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Hall House Christmas tours start Dec. 5

The Dr. Josephus Hall House opens for weekend holiday tours beginning Dec. 5. Regular tours will be held 1-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays Dec. 5-20.
A special candlelight tour will be held 6-8 p.m. Christmas Eve. Admission for the weekend tours is $5 per person or $3 for members of Historic Salisbury Foundation. The candlelight tour is by donation.
Although built about 1820, the Victorian elements added by Hall in 1859 dominate the architectural and decorative style. The house provides a backdrop for the Victorian Christmas d cor.
Swagged greenery, fruits and berries, antique toys, heirloom quilts and coverlets transform the house and transport visitors back in time.
Each room will delight young and old and many have made the tour part of their family holiday traditions. Christmas tours have been held every year since Historic Salisbury Foundation purchased the house in 1972.
The Hall House is located at 226 S. Jackson St. in downtown Salisbury. For more information call the Historic Salisbury Foundation office at 704-636-0103.

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