The Larchmont Historical Society’s annual House Tour has become an eagerly anticipated “Rite of Spring.” Please join the LHS for a lovely Saturday evening, May 19th, from 4-7pm, as we celebrate three fantastic Manor homes as well as unveil the newly restored Engine One, the 1922 American LaFrance fire engine that served Larchmont until 1948. Returning to Larchmont after a three year restoration, Engine One gleams in its original colors of white with red trim and red wheels, refurbished engine and radiator panels.
This years’ tour will feature a grand 1880’s Queen Anne, a classic 1920’s waterside Colonial, and the gardens and porch of a turn of the century Victorian, where the restored Engine One will be on display. Engine One is Larchmont’s 1922 American LaFrance pumper. It has just returned from almost 3-year museum-quality restoration in Maine, re-creating its like-new appearance in 1922.
A reception will run concurrently with the house tour, from 4-7pm on the front porch of 14 Pryer Lane, the Victorian home where Engine One will proudly be unveiled.
Tickets, $45 ($35 for LHS members) are available in advance by mail, House Tour Tickets, c/o LHS, PO Box 742, Larchmont, NY 10538 or, online below. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the tour, May 19th, at 14 Pryor Lane where Engine One is displayed.
Tickets are also available at the following Larchmont real estate agencies: Houlihan Lawrence, Coldwell Banker, Weichert and Julia B Fee.
Regardless of how you purchase your ticket, you can also pick up your ticket on the day of the tour at Engine One at 14 Pryor Lane.
Tickets No Longer Available Online – purchase your ticket on the day of the tour at Engine One at 14 Pryor Lane.