Join Preservation Houston for a unique insider's look at a selection of current and former Good Brick Award-winning restoration projects during the 2015 Good Brick Tour, noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 2 and 3.
The Good Brick Tour is your chance to explore these outstanding examples of historic preservation and to meet the property owners, architects and designers who guided them. Admission to the tour includes entry to all features locations on both tour dates. (One-time admissions to single locations will also be available at a reduced price during the tour weekend.)
- 515 Caroline Street downtown, the former National Cash Register Building (1929), restored as a home and office
- 2337 Blue Bonnet Boulevard in Old Braeswood, a modernistic home restored to its original 1937 appearance
- 1100 Milford Street in Turner Addition, a 1919 home converted to the office of Gabriel Architects
- 317 Sampson Street in the Second Ward, a Victorian cottage that was saved from demolition and restored as a guest house
- 1635 South Boulevard in Boulevard Oaks, a restored 1928 Katharine Mott-built home
- 1702 Washington Avenue, originally built in 1903 as Fire Station No. 6 and now home of Axiom
- $25 advance purchase — Admission to all tour locations will be available for $25 online through Thursday, April 30. Buy your advance purchase tickets now using the form below.
- $30 at the door — On both tour days, admission to all tour locations will be available for $30. Tickets will be sold at every tour location during the tour weekend.
- $10 single location — During the tour weekend, a single admission to one tour site will be available for $10. Single-site admissions will be sold at every tour location.