The Museum of Culpeper History has organized the first-ever Holiday Tour of Homes on Saturday, December 6th. You’ll enjoy music, singing, holiday tea, and re-enactors, too. All decked out in their holiday finery, the homes are located along historic S. East Street, a nationally designated historic district in Culpeper, where a trolley will drive visitors:
…one that General AP Hill resided in (The Hill House), a restored Victorian vernacular (the Ruf Residence), a newly constructed Carriage House (at the Ludwig residence), Fountain Hall B&B, the historic Guinn House, and the Victorian residence of the Granillo family are all along S. East Street. An added bonus right down the street is the Burgandine House, considered the oldest residence in Culpeper (on the Museums grounds), which will be outfitted with Colonial re-enactors in a tavern setting. Finally, visit Junior Baker’s barn-turned-home six miles south of town on Rt. 29.