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Downtown Mansfield, Inc. (DMI) has announced that it will hold its summer 2023 Secret City Tour on Saturday, May 6 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.

Take a peek into some of Mansfield’s most exquisite historic buildings and architectural gems on this self-guided tour. With continued interest in downtown development, this tour offers a unique look to the past while challenging us to reimagine the future of these great spaces. 

Buildings on the tour will include 44 West Fourth Street, 17 East Temple Court, 104 North Main Street, 111 North Main Street, 201 North Mulberry Street, 134 North Main Street, 19 East Fourth Street, and 137 North Main Street (pictured). 

“The Secret City Tour is one of our most loved events.” Jennifer Kime, DMI CEO, stated. “Whether people are looking for a location to locate their own business, just take photos or for the sake of pure curiosity, the tour is always a great opportunity to see unique, often unseen spaces in downtown. This year, the tour offers several spaces that have not been included in previous years.” 

Tickets are $20 per person and may be purchased 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. For additional information, please contact 419-522-0099 or [email protected].

For photos from the 2017 edition of the Secret City tour, click here.

Source: DMI; Photo: 1812Blockhouse

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