Visit Us during the Annual Victorian Home Tour Victorian Days in Willimantic! Saturday & Sunday, June 1st & 2nd, 2013, 11am – 4pm.
Guided Tours through Willimantic’s Beautiful Victorian Gems and Beautiful Gardens.
Guided Tours throughout the Weekend
Victorian Homes * Elks Lodge * Windham Mills * Windham Town Hall * Historic South Windham * Lantern Tour * Garden on the Bridge * Wright’s Garden * Old Willimantic Cemetery * Railroad Museum
*NEW THIS YEAR*
Homes of Windham Center
Highlight of Events
Art Space @ 480 Main Street
Windham Regional Arts Council – MEMBER ART SHOW
Opening reception: Friday, May 31st, 7-9 pm
Music. Refreshments. Open to Public – Free
Gallery opens weekends 1-4:00 through June 22nd
Windham Mills Tour
Saturday, June 1, 10:00-11:30 am – Guided Tour with Historian, Jamie Eves
Walking Tour of the Windham Mill Complex including mill buildings, raceways and worker & manager housing with emphasis on 19th century mill ecosystem. Free.
Thursday, May 30, 7:00pm
Walking Tour of North Windham Village
Historian Bev York discusses different styles of architecture and village history.
Meet at the cemetery on N. Windham Rd. Ext.
$10.00 per person
Saturday and Sunday, June 1 & 2: 11:30, 1:00, & 2:30 PM
Call 860-428-7573: Reservations only.
Advance Tickets, information and brochures are available at Potpourri Quick Copy (700 Main Street, Willimantic) or by calling the Event Manager Lynn Duval at: 860-428-7573. For directions, click here.
Event Days: Ticket sales are located at the Kramer School Exhibit Hall, 322 Prospect Street, Willimantic. The hall opens at 9 AM. Home Tours run from 11 AM until 4 PM. House Ticket includes Complementary Gardens & Tour Program
Included with Ticket:
- Tour Programs $3.00 (complementary with purchase of a home tour ticket)
- Entrance to the Exhibit Hall at Kramer School
- Architectural Talk & Slideshow
- Free Parking
- Horse & Wagon Ride
- Brass Band Concert (at First Congregational Church)
- Garden on the Bridge Tour
- Museum Cafe – where you can purchase desserts & beverages
Victorian Days Event Manager: Lynn Duval: 860-428-7573
Victorian Days Chair: Pam Horrocks: 860-456-1666
If you would like to volunteer for this event, please contact: Pam Horrocks @ 860-456-1666 or email: Rhorrocks@snet.net