Annual Las Senoras de Socorro - Home and Garden Tour

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Annual Las Senoras de Socorro - Home and Garden Tour

The Wickenburg Home and Garden Tour raises funds for the Desert Caballeros Western Museum. Mark your calendar and invite all of your friends for what's sure to be a fun and entertaining day. You and your guests can enjoy a self guided tour of 5 beautiful desert gardens including two luxury home interiors.

The homes are located in the Wickenburg neighborhoods of Wickenburg Ranch, Saddle Ridge and Matthie Ranch. Each unique garden will host a fabulous, local boutique offering new and vintage western fashion, pottery, jewelry, museum gifts, and plants. 9 am - 4 pm.

Annual Las Senoras de Socorro - Home and Garden Tour

Address : Begins at the Community Center Wickenburg AZ
Phone : 928-684-2272   (Always call and confirm events.)

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Admission Fee : $25.00

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