Come by bridge or boat to explore the homes, gardens and history on Virginia’s Eastern Shore. Bordered by the Atlantic Ocean to the east and the Chesapeake Bay to the west, the Eastern Shore Peninsula is renowned for agriculture, seafood and small-town life.
The 2019 tour focuses on the bustling bayside town of Onancock. Founded in 1680, Onancock features a deep-water port, historic buildings and churches. The maritime town is complemented by vibrant shops, galleries and restaurants.
Travel south to visit perennial tour centerpiece and National Historic Landmark, Eyre Hall, an acclaimed ancestral property displaying some of the country’s oldest continuously maintained gardens.
Saturday, May 4, 2019 9:30-5:00, RAIN OR SHINE
- $40 per person via advance local sale includes six tour homes and Ker Place
- $50 per person on day of tour
- Single site ticket $15
- Children 5-12, $20 (sold only on tour day)
$40 per person plus $2.80 service fee, now until 10:00 am May 4, 2019.
LOCAL ADVANCE TICKETS
$40 per person from March 27 – Thursday, May 2, 2019, available at the following locations. Payable by cash or check only.
- Long & Foster-Chincoteague Resort Realty Main Office, Chincoteague Island
- The Book Bin, Onley
- Ker Place, Onancock
- Rayfield’s Pharmacy in Nassawadox and Cape Charles
DAY OF TOUR TICKETS
The price is $50 per person on the day of tour. Cash, checks and credit cards accepted. Day of Tour tickets may be purchased at the following two locations only:
Ker Place, 69 Market Street
Onancock, VA 23417