Historic Garden Week Eastern Shore of Virginia House & Garden Tour

Eyre Hall
Venue
Various
Address
32383 Lankford Highway
Cape Charles, VA 23310
Region Eastern Shore
Locality Northampton
Date(s)/Time:
Saturday, April 26, 2014 (9:30 AM-5:00 PM)
Betsy Seybolt, Tour Info: (617) 275-6998
Mills Wehner, Tour Info: (757) 693-0788
ES Tourism Commission: (757) 787-8268
Betsy Seybolt, Tour Info bb33bos@yahoo.com
Mills Wehner, Information wehner@chathamvineyards.com
Eastern Shore Garden Tour www.esgardentours.com
Historic Garden Week VA www.vagardenweek.org

Welcome to the Historic Garden Week tour on the Eastern Shore of Virginia, sponsored by The Garden Club of the Eastern Shore and the Garden Club of Virginia.  Homes will be open on Saturday, April 26, 2014.  Tours benefit the restoration of historic gardens and landscapes in Virginia.  This year's tour will feature the following homes in Accomack and Northampton Counties. 

  • Eyre Hall
  • Chescape
  • Mount Hope
  • Meadville
  • Hills Farm

The 2014 house and garden tour tells the story of four centuries of architectural trends and development. There are fine examples of masterfully designed gardens, woodwork, paneling, faux painting and murals.  Each secluded, pastoral setting provides insight into how life has evolved on the Eastern Shore of Virginia over 400 years.

For more information about ticket purchases bus tours, local accommodations or related questions, contact Betsey Seybolt or Mills Wehner. Tickets available at all Va. Shore Bank locations-Cape Charles, Exmore, Onley and Chincoteague; the Book Bin-Onley; Ker Place-Onancock and Rayfield's Pharmacy-Nassawadox and Cape Charles. Cash or Check only. Full ticket price includes admission to all locations.



Admission Fee: Advance Ticket Sales: $35 through April 25

Last Updated: 1/13/2014 3:13 PM
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