Experience California history, old world craftsmanship and designer interiors as you tour five unique Calistoga homes during Sharpsteen Museum’s 2nd Annual Through Doors and Gates Home Tour.
Highlight of this year’s tour is Villa Amorosa, a beautifully restored three-story, 20-room Queen Anne Mansion, circa 1904. Also on tour and within walking distance of the museum are the “Lillie House” Gothic Revival style home built in 1870 and one of the oldest surviving homes in Calistoga, and a two-home Artist compound featuring furnishings and artwork from the Arts and Crafts period.
And back by popular demand, the Sisters of the Holy Assumption will serve refreshments as they open the doors and gates of their Monastery, a two-story property originally a railroad boarding house in the 1890s and now home to the Orthodox sisters.
Guests will be delivered to and from the mansion via a comfortable five-minute shuttle ride from the museum and will begin their tours and pick up their wristbands at the Museum. Ticket sales will begin at 9am on the day of the event. They are also available at the Sharpsteen Museum located at 1311 Washington St. in Calistoga (10-4 daily).
Saturday, 28 September, 2013
Cost:$45 in advance l $50 day of event.
Calistoga, CA 94515
Event Contact Info:DeAnn Wylie