The 2020 Chincoteague Historic Homes Tour will take you inside some of the most unique and historical places on Chincoteague Island.
Many thanks for your participation in the Historic Homes Tour! All ticket sales will benefit the Museum of Chincoteague Island's Historic Building Record initiative to collect and save information on the Island's historic homes and buildings.
The Historic Homes Tour begins at the Museum of Chincoteague Island (7125 Maddox Blvd.). You must present your online pre-purchased ticket in order to pick up your official tour ticket and guide book. Doors to the Museum will be open at 10:30 AM
No children under the age of 12 please.
They buildings featured on the tour will include:
The Disharoon-Cobb House (6338 Church St.) owned by Jane & Glenn Wolffe
The Hancock House (6265 Hancock Lane) owned by Craig & Patti Beitzel
The Sweet Sunshine Studio (6282 Cleveland St.) owned by Patricia Farley
The Hattie Bunting House (3594 Main St.) owned by Dan Thomas & Debbie Hennel
The Old Dickerson Store (6368 Circle Dr.) owned by Lisa Cannon & David Johnson
The Chincoteague Island Library (4077 Main St.) owned by Chincoteague Island Library
The Chincoteague Cultural Alliance building (6309 Church St. ) owned by The Chincoteague Cultural Alliance
The Island Bay Spa (3877 Main St.) owned by Jean Boland
The Miles Hancock Decoy Carving Workshop (7125 Maddox Blvd.) owned by Museum of Chincoteague Island
Points of Interest
The Captain Timothy Hill House (5122 Main St.) owned by Louisa Flaningam & Paul Brzozowski [not open during tour]
The Old Town Jail (6287 Cropper St.) owned by the Town of Chincoteague Island [not open during tour]