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Annual Lexington MO Historic Homes and Garden Tour

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Event# 660-259-4711

Event Details

The Worthington Home & Garden 1611 South Street
The Stiers Carriage House & Garden - 17th Street
The Lloyd House & Garden - 1601 Franklin
The Berry/Bohling House - 115 South 17th
The Russell House 118 South 17th
The Wentworth Campus and Hall of Honors

Open Saturday 10-4 , Sunday 12-4

$13 In Advance • $15 Day of Tour •
$11 each (in advance) for group of 10+

40 minutes east of Kansas City take Hwy 24 to Missouri Business Route 13

Tickets available at Lexington Tourism Bureau, local Main Street merchants and on visitlexingtonmo.com with PayPal

Annual Lexington MO Historic Homes and Garden Tour

Address : 927 Main Street Lexington MO
Phone : 660-259-4711   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $13 in advance $15 Days of Tour

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