OctoberTour FYI

  • Posted: Sunday, October 6, 2013 12:01 a.m.

Questions — Visit the Historic Salisbury Foundation booth located on West Bank Street near South Fulton Street.

Trolley — Free trolley service is available for Tour ticket holders. A trolley runs the tour route, which is marked on the tour map, throughout Saturday and Sunday. Trolley service is available one-half hour before and after Tour.


Restrooms — J. W. Hall House, 315 East Bank Street, and on Saturday at the Rowan Public Library.

Cellular phones — Must be turned off while touring sites. No interior photographs or videos are permitted.

Photography — Photographs are not permitted inside private homes.

Footwear — OctoberTour is a walking tour. Low heeled, soft soled shoes or sneakers are recommended. No high-heeled or spiked soles are permitted.

Children — When touring homes, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Strollers must be left outside.

Smoking — Not permitted at tour sites.

Pets — Not allowed at any of the events.

Please do not touch homeowner’s treasures and respect any doors that may be closed.

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