An enchanting self-guided tour through the heart of Historic Edenton and surrounding country side, highlighting prime examples of beautiful homes with architecture spanning across two centuries.
Private homes and Plantations are open to view, dating from the 1700’s to the early 1900’s. Guests are greeted by members of the Woman’s Club in colonial attire and docents share the history, architecture, and stories of each unique property. A list of houses on tour will be posted below.
The Pilgrimage Tour of Historic Homes and Sites is a biannual fundraising event put on by the Edenton Woman’s Club to support Historic Preservation and Education.
Join us in an 1800’s afternoon ritual; Teatime.
Tea and biscuits will be served by ladies dressed in costume at the 1767 Chowan County Courthouse
FREE with purchase of Ticket
Reservation Required – call (252) 482-2637
Friday & Saturday 2:00 PM
Steeped in Time: Tea and Traditions
Exhibit by Museum of the Albemarle
The exhibit highlights the century’s old history of one of the world’s favorite beverages. Across the globe, tea is consumed second only to water. Hot, cold, sweet or unsweet, this drink has helped shaped modern society and continues to grow in popularity.