Select Page

Join us for the longest running home tour in the Midwest.

No commercials. No channel flipping. All history. Marshall’s 55th Annual Home Tour is a documentary you can touch, with 180 years of story and style built into the walls of 8 different architectural classics. Purchase tickets today to start planning the trip of a century—and a half.

Private Homes

Tour eight private homes in a variety of architectural styles.

Babcock Home

Year Built: 1870
Style: Italianate

Larson Home

Year Built: 1868
Style: Italianate

Hamilton Home

Year Built: 1873
Style: Italianate

Baril Home

Year Built: 1911
Style: Queen Anne
First time on tour!

Wirtz Home

Year Built: 1838
Style: Greek Revival

Martinez Home

Year Built: 1867
Style: Remodeled to Romanesque Revival

Hershock Home

Year Built: 1907
Style: Modified Queen Anne

Nielson Home

Year Built: 1890
Style: Queen Anne
First time on tour!

Meet Marshall’s Living Legends.

Sept 8-9

Advance Tickets are $20, available until midnight Monday, September 3; $25 thereafter. Tickets are valid for BOTH days. Children under 12 free.

Businesses & Attractions

Tour two historic commercial buildings, a church, and a church rectory.

Northfield Mandolin

Year Built: 1874
Style: Italianate

The Stuart Building

Year Built: 1852
Style: Fine Marshall Sandstone

St. Mary’s Rectory

Year Built: 1852
Style: Gothic Revival

First Baptist Church

Year Built: 1850-51
Style: Updated to Romanesque in 1876

Judy Babcock

Jay Larson

Rev. David Good

Renee Baril

Ken & Lyne Wirtz

Dr. Carlos Martinez & Terrisa Morrison

Sam Corcoran & Kory Hershock

Linda & Dean Neilson

Adrian & Katie Bagale

Mark Stuart

Stacy Conton

Jeff Hamilton

Join us for the longest running home tour in the Midwest.

Sept 8-9

The tour is centered at the Honolulu House Museum located at 107 N. Kalamazoo Avenue in Marshall, Michigan. The tour is unstructured. Visit the 19 sites at your own pace. Free shuttle buses are available. Most tour sites are walkable from the Honolulu House. Tickets are good for both days.
 
  • Saturday 9am – 5pm, Sunday 10am – 5pm
  • Marshall, Michigan
  • Eight private homes
  • Two commercial buildings, a church, and a church rectory
  • Seven museums
  • A juried fine arts and crafts fair on the Honolulu House Museum grounds both days
  • Civil War encampment at the Capitol Hill School
  • Civil War Ball in front of the Honolulu House on Saturday evening
  • Free parking downtown and at Capitol Hill School near the county fairgrounds
  • Free shuttle buses
  • Food venues at local churches

For places to stay, eat, and play, visit choosemarshall.com 

Advance Tickets are $20, available until midnight Monday, September 3; $25 thereafter. Tickets are valid for BOTH days. Children under 12 free.

Important PayPal Notice

We’ve been notified that PayPal is currently unable to provide an option to purchase more than 1 ticket at a time. We apologize for the inconvenience and hope that the problem will be resolved shortly. In the meantime, you may order by phone by calling 269-781-8544 between 12:00 and 4:00. Or, you may send an email to info@marshallhistoricalsociety.org. Include a phone number and the best time for us to call you.

Tickets will be available all weekend at the Ticket Booth in front of the Honolulu House, 107 Kalamazoo Ave. The ticket booth opens at 8:30 Saturday & 9:30 Sunday.
Holler Box