From its start as the Salisbury Female Academy to slaves and slave traders to the Civil War and four generations of the Hall Family—there are many stories which have unfolded within the walls of the 1820 Dr. Josephus Hall House.
On Friday and Saturday evenings this October, tour the Hall House by candlelight and hear about the lives and deaths of the people connected with the site over the past 194 years.
Tours will take place at 6:30 and 8 p.m. and will be limited to 20 people each. Tickets are $20 per person. Gather your friends and reserve your spots before they sell out by calling 704.636.0103.
The Hall House is located at 226 South Jackson Street in Salisbury.
Looking for that wood door, window or mantel for your next project? You've found the right place. We even have the kitchen sink.
Historic Salisbury Foundation recently opened our Architectural Salvage Warehouse at 224 East Horah Street. This operation not only provides a resource for homeowners and contractors working on historic buildings or projects, but also keeps this re-usable material out of the local landfill. Prices are very reasonable and proceeds benefit Historic Salisbury Foundation's programs in the community.
OctoberTour 2014 is quickly approaching and we'd like to invite you to become a sponsor of this popular, fun-filled weekend. This year's tour will highlight eleven private homes in the southern portion of the West Square Historic District, as well as the Fulton Heights Neighborhood. Many houses in Fulton Heights have never been on OctoberTour before, which should make this year's tour well-attended.
Our marketing focus will be within the range of 1 to 1 ½ hour drive from Salisbury. We will distribute 6,000 full-color brochures, 2,000 tour booklets and tickets and 200 posters for the event, and would like to include your name or logo on these for our visitors. We will also recognize our OctoberTour sponsors on octobertour.com, at our Patron's Party and in our online business directory.