By 1812Blockhouse

Mansfield, with its rich architectural past, is opening its doors to the public once again. The Downtown Mansfield, Inc. Secret City Tour is back this fall, offering a unique opportunity to explore some of the city’s most exquisite historic buildings and architectural gems. Here’s everything you need to know about this exciting event.

A Journey Through Mansfield’s Architectural Past And Future

The Secret City Tour is scheduled for this Saturday, September 16 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM. As in years past, this is a self-guided exploration that allows participants to take a peek into some of Mansfield’s most remarkable structures, each of which holds promise for future use.

These buildings, some of which are currently undeveloped, represent a blend of Mansfield’s rich history and architectural innovation. Participants are encouraged to dress accordingly and be prepared to walk, as the tour involves exploring various locations.

Tickets and Participation Details

Tickets for the Secret City Tour are priced at $20 per person and can be purchased online or on the event day at the DMI HQ at 128 North Main Street. Photography enthusiasts will be pleased to know that photography is welcome during the tour.

For additional information or inquiries, please contact Downtown Mansfield, Inc. at 419-522-0099 or email at [email protected].

The Downtown Mansfield, Inc. Fall Secret City Tour is sponsored by Lori Sjostedt, a realtor with Keller Williams. Secure your tickets today and be part of this extraordinary exploration of Mansfield’s secret cityscape.

What’s On This Year’s Fall Tour

DMI has informed 1812Blockhouse that it is working on having eight buildings open for the fall tour. Over the next two or three days, we will be providing short highlights on some of those structures. Stay tuned!

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