Buggy Museum Garden Tour
Time & Location
About The Event
The garden tours will start at 1 p.m. and run until 5. Homes featured on the tour include:
The McGregor Home (401 Market St.); The Holman House (101 E. Chestnut St.); The Ward House (836 Chestnut St.); The Miller Home (257 Chestnut St.); The Greeney Home (288 N. 8th St.); and The John House (6155 Pleasant Grove Rd.)
In addition to the lovely gardens, each of these homes offers a unique glimpse into the architecture and history of Mifflinburg. Home owners will be on hand to share stories, answer questions and provide insights on their successes as well as some of the “challenges” they’ve encountered in their gardens, lawns and landscaping. In addition, artists, crafters and musicians will be at various locations throughout the day to further enhance your experience.
What else is going on? Plenty! The Mifflinburg Buggy Museum (598 Green St.) will be open that day for tours of the museum, a visit to the gift shop or a chance to walk around the grounds. Your admission to the garden tour also covers the museum. The Artisan corner Co-Op at 500 Chestnut St. will be displaying window boxes with a “twist.” Stop by and check them out. JC Clayworks will demonstrate wire tree wrappings and C & K Unique Creations will give you an opportunity to make your own fairy garden!
Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 the day of the tour and can be purchased up to the start of the event. Purchase tickets online at www.facebook.com/mifflinburgbuggy. Tickets can be purchased prior to the tour at Dr. Dave Holman's, The Tack Room in Vicksburg, Reiff’s Greenhouse, Brookside Greenhouse, Martin's Greenhouse and Engle's Greenhouse. They can be purchased at the Museum on the day of the event. You will receive a brochure with the addresses and a map when you purchase your tickets.
You may start your tour at any of the gardens. If you have any questions please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
So join the museum and swing open the garden gates that welcome you into the landcapes and gardens of Mifflinburg. This is a great opportunity to spend the afternoon in quiet contemplation, gather ideas for you own home improvement projects and welcome back the sun!