Festival of Historic Houses


The Providence Preservation Society is showing visitors the architectural examples that make Providence unique, and their owners are inviting you to come inside and see these remarkable spaces! From Prospect Street to Monohasset Mill, it's a full weekend of tours and events. Pictured is one of the "MonoMill" units scheduled to be open to the public.

WHERE: Locations throughout Providence

WHEN: Friday, June 7 through Sunday, June 9

COST: Tickets purchased in advance are $35 per day for PPS members/$40 per day for non-members. Advance two- day tickets are $75. Day-of tickets are $45. The Friday evening cocktail event is $125 and includes a ticket for either a Saturday or Sunday tour.

MORE INFO: Call Angela Kondon at PPS at 401/831-7440; email akondon@ppsri.org; or visit www.ppsri.org


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