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Holiday Candlelight Tour, Southold NY

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Southold Holiday Candlelight Tour

The Southold Holiday Candlelight Tour of this North Fork Hamlet’s historic district will be held as always on the Friday afternoon following Thanksgiving. A stroll around the dozen or more festively decorated buildings is just the thing to work off some of that turkey dinner and get into the holiday spirit. The tour is sponsored each year by Southold Historical Society.

Southold Historic Houses and Lighthouse

The Society owns and maintains over a dozen buildings in Southold.  They are concentrated on Main Street and the corner of Maple Lane, and two other sites operated by the Society including  Horton’s Point Lighthouse. The buildings open for the  Candlelight Holiday Tour range in date from 1750 to 1900 and include several houses, barns, outbuildings, and commercial structures.

Holiday Candlelight Tour: Location and Times

The Holiday Candlelight tour location is the Museum grounds on the Main Road opposite the Firehouse, east of Maple Lane and lasts from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Friday November 29, 2013. The annual tree lighting at 5:00 p.m. will be accompanied by caroling led by the Southold High School Chorus Ensemble.This is a must see on my holiday calendar and there is no admission charge, although donations towards upkeep are happily accepted. My guests will also enjoy being part of history, as the Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast, built in the 1860′s fits right into the historical theme of the weekend. Visit my website for special offers for a weekend stay including free tickets to the Cutchogue Holiday House tour which takes place the next day or Shellabration happening the same weekend in Greenport village

Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast decorated for the holidays

The Historic 1860′s Shorecrest Bed and Breakfast decorated for the holidays

 

Voodoo Field of Horrors

For the  whole family

Haunted House, a Dark Mansion & Entertainment Oh LLC Presentation

$20 Adults, $10 Children, cash only

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research.

Enchanted Trails

North Fork Audubon hosts their annual, magical Enchanted Trails.

Walk the trails and tour custom built fairy habitats. Then Create Your Own Dwelling!

Family fun. $5 per person, maximum $20 family suggested donation.

Proceeds benefit North Fork Audubon Society

Voodoo Field of Horrors

Two shows, one that’s for the  whole family–from 2 to 5pm, and one that’s PG-13, from 7 to 10 pm.

Haunted House, a Dark Mansion & Entertainment Oh LLC Presentation

$20 Adults, $10 Children, cash only

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research.

Mysteries of the Manor

Tour the Sylvester Manor House on Shelter Island and hear Tales Tall and True.  

Guides will spirit visitors through the house while sharing Sylvester family ghost stories and lore created over the 360-year history of the Manor.

Outdoor kids activities will include bobbing for apples and halloween-themed arts & crafts.  The grounds are available for self-guided touring. Historic house tours require a reservation and $5 fee at door. House tours best suited for ages 8 and up.

Email info@sylvestermanor.org to RSVP for the event and/or schedule your house tour.

Enchanted Trails

North Fork Audubon hosts their annual, magical Enchanted Trails.

Walk the trails and tour custom built fairy habitats. Then Create Your Own Dwelling!

Family fun. $5 per person, maximum $20 family suggested donation.

Proceeds benefit North Fork Audubon Society

Voodoo Field of Horrors

For the  whole family

Haunted House, a Dark Mansion & Entertainment Oh LLC Presentation

$20 Adults, $10 Children, cash only

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research.

Voodoo Field of Horrors

Two shows; one that’s for the  whole family–from 2 to 5pm, and one that’s PG-13, from 7 to 10 pm.

Haunted House, a Dark Mansion & Entertainment Oh LLC Presentation

$20 Adults, $10 Children, cash only

A portion of the proceeds will be donated to breast cancer research.

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