Two days of history, gardens, architecture, antiques, Southern food, music and more. Open to view will be 17 private homes and 11 historic sites dating from 1700s to the early 1900s. Tour guests are greeted by members of the Woman’s Club in colonial period attire and docents sharing the history, architecture and stories of each unique property. Start the weekend off by attending Boogie on Broad with “The Tams”, Friday 7-10pm (free event presented by Destination Downtown Edenton).

ContactCost

108 North Broad Street
Edenton, NC 27932

(252) 482-2637
www.EdentonPilgrimage.org

Updated February 25, 2019