FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homes and churches in a southwest Fort Wayne neighborhood opened their doors Saturday for a tour.
Developed in 1915, the Harrison Hill Neighborhood is located south of downtown Fort Wayne in the 46807 zip code. The neighborhood hosted a House & Garden Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in celebration of their official listing in the National Register of Historic Places.
During the tour, local artists sold their work at an art market hosted by Bread and Circus. Tourists could check it out at the neighborhood entrance on Calhoun Street near the half circle loop of South Cornell and South Seminole Circles. Food trucks on South Harrison Street offered lunch and snacks to those wandering through the neighborhood.
Tickets could be bought in advance for $15 online or purchased at Saturday’s event for $18. Children ages 12 and under got in for free. Tickets could be picked up in the grassy boulevard of South Harrison Street just south of Redeemer Lutheran Church, or near the Harrison Hill Elementary School entrance.
Parking was available at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Harrison Hill Elementary School, and throughout the neighborhood.