Historically Bold Tours: History Evolved
September 14, 2019 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
The 1850’s Mahan-Proctor house will offer a conversational experience with the former library director and the principle architect who played a role in transforming the property. You will hear the actual plans and action taken to restore this historic property, see photos and get to have a conversation with the expert.The final property will open doors to the public only on this day in the name of preservation. The Rodes family will welcome you through the front doors of the two-story property with Flemish bond brickwork known as Montgomery-Rodes. The owners will provide education on the history of each phase of the restoration process. Get exclusive access to historical evidence, property blueprints, old photos and more.Parking and Accessibility: Parking will be available at Danville City Hall. Please note that this is a walking tour for which parts will take place outdoors. Some buildings and facilities are not handicap accessible. This is a guided tour and not an open house so please arrive 15-20 minutes early.
Preservation Kentucky’s Tour120 is an exciting new statewide heritage tourism program designed to raise awareness of the importance of historic preservation and heritage tourism to Kentucky’s communities. The year-long program launched the weekend of May 18th during National Preservation Month and continues throughout the year, with tours of historic buildings on the same days throughout the state to make a large impact on the public and provide a cohesive branding and promotional opportunity for the sites that participate. The goals are to showcase Kentucky’s diverse historic architecture, increase visitors to historic sites, spark interest in all age groups and get folks out into their own and neighboring communities to explore the built environment that tells our Kentucky story.
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