JOIN US FOR  ANOTHER EXCITING TOUR!

While the tour fulfills the educational objectives of Long Beach Heritage, the proceeds of the event are dedicated to the restoration and support of the historic Bembridge House, a landmark owned by our organization. Please know that we expect the event to sell out with over 600 visitors and volunteers participating. Ticket sales will begin at the end of April. You don't want to miss it!

SUNDAY, JUNE 1, 2014 FROM NOON TO FIVE

2014 Great Homes TOur

LONG BEACH HERITAGE presents a tour of six distinguished homes representing the architectural history of Long Beach. Docents will highlight the interior and exterior features and the history of the homes. Proceeds benefit the historic Bembridge House.

The tickets are $35.00 for members and $40.00 for non-members through PayPal or mail a check to Long Beach Heritage, PO Box 92521, Long Beach, CA 90809 with a self-addressed stamped envelope. Download postcard here.

    Tickets, maps and instructions will be mailed if the order is received by May 25th. After that time, paid tickets will be held in "Will Call" at 3319 East First Street where they may be picked up between 12:00 and 2:00 on the day of the tour. Extra tickets will be available for sale at the same time & place.

 

Great Homes Tour House 1

Naples yacht club contemporary. This home features: multiple outdoor living spaces and a sun drenched living room and kitchen. With this home’s uncompromising views you have an entertainer’s delight on the canal.

Great Homes Tour House

A charming suburban home built in 1956 and designed by famous architect Edward A, Killingsworth for Mrs. Burt Galleher. Flanking wings add an uncommon detail integrating interior and exterior spaces. 

Great Homes Tour House 3

Fully restored turn of the century manse with exceptional interiors. Located in Willmore historic district but originally located further downtown. Once the home of Long Beach mayor Ray C. Kealer.

Great Homes Tour House 5

Charming 1920s Spanish Revival located in the beach side community of Bluff Park. Lovely detailing invites one into the home through an enclosed patio. Fans of the HBO hit series Dexter will recognize this charming home.

 
Great Homes Tour House 2
 
A Naples home representing the canal lifestyle. This three-tiered 3,000 square-foot custom home has three bedrooms and four bathrooms. Posters by 20th Century artist Leonardo Cappiello and an array of glass pieces bring this home to life.
 
 
Co-sponsored by American Institute of Architects Long Beach/South Bay

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