FORT WAYNE, Ind. (WANE) – Homes and church buildings in a southwest Fort Wayne community opened their doors Saturday for a tour.

Produced in 1915, the Harrison Hill Community is positioned south of downtown Fort Wayne in the 46807 zip code. The neighborhood hosted a Home & Garden Tour from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in celebration of their formal listing in the Nationwide Sign-up of Historic Spots.

Throughout the tour, neighborhood artists offered their function at an artwork market place hosted by Bread and Circus. Holidaymakers could test it out at the community entrance on Calhoun Avenue in close proximity to the 50 % circle loop of South Cornell and South Seminole Circles. Meals trucks on South Harrison Road offered lunch and snacks to people wandering as a result of the community.

Tickets could be purchased in advance for $15 on the net or bought at Saturday’s party for $18. Young children ages 12 and under got in for absolutely free. Tickets could be picked up in the grassy boulevard of South Harrison Road just south of Redeemer Lutheran Church, or near the Harrison Hill Elementary College entrance.

Parking was available at Redeemer Lutheran Church, Harrison Hill Elementary Faculty, and in the course of the neighborhood.