History & Tourism

RichHistory Weekend: Secret City Tour

30 Apr , 2019  

This week we’ll be looking at events at a handful of the venues participating in this coming weekend’s RichHistory Weekend. Fifteen Richland County sites are participating in this edition, and History for Children is the focus of this year’s lineup of family-friendly events. A “Passport to History” is being distributed to fourth grade elementary school history classes, with teacher information packets. Each site will have prizes, and students obtaining passport stamps from four different sites will be entered in a prize drawing.

A part of RichHistory Weekend since its first year, Downtown Mansfield, Inc. (DMI) will hold its 2019 Secret City Tour on Saturday, May 4 beginning at 10:00 AM. Take a peek into some of Mansfield’s most exquisite historic buildings and architectural gems on this self-guided tour. This year’s event is held in conjunction with RichHistory Weekend and the RichHistory Alliance.

Buildings on the 2019 Secret City Tour include:

  • 128 North Main Street
  • 121 North Adams Street
  • 127 North Diamond Street
  • 31 East Fourth Street
  • 159 North Walnut Street
  • 46 Park Avenue West
  • 80 West Third Street
  • 126 North Franklin Street

Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased online or on event day at the DMI HQ at 128 North Main Street. This is a self-guided tour and photography is welcome. Many of the buildings are currently undeveloped, participants should dress accordingly and be prepared to walk.

The Secret City Tour has been made possible thanks to our friends at Real Living Home Team. For additional information, please contact 419-522-0099 or info@downtownmansfield.com

Downtown Mansfield, Inc. is a non-profit organization whose mission is to stimulate economic development, improve the appearance and create a positive image of the downtown as a desirable place to work, live, shop and invest.

View coverage and photos of the 2017 Secret City Tour at this locationA full list of RichHistory Weekend activities can be accessed here.

Photos: Downtown Mansfield, Inc.; 1812Blockhouse

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