The Barlows, the Barretts, the Reads… explore homes of Redding’s colonial families on April 16

The Barlows, the Barretts, the Reads…Join the nonprofit Histoury on April 16th at 1:00 pm as we explore the homes of Redding’s colonial families, such as the Old Stone House and the Saltbox that once belonged to the famous colonel Horsefeathers.


Purchase your tickets HERE.

Many other Georgian, Federal, and vernacular homes will be showcased along the way, including the site of one of Redding’s earliest crimes. Learn about beehive ovens, parson’s cabinets, fence viewers, and more! Happening in the Connecticut area, this is a one-time cultural experience. Spots are very limited!

Histoury is an organization that brings to life architectural tours that are both entertaining and educational. Made up of experts in tourism and history preservation, our team creates one-time tours in the New York, Connecticut, and Massachusetts areas that both inform and inspire!

Learn more: Histoury | Architectural History Tours


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