Wayne Theatre Alliance to present third annual Christmas Home Tour

Begin the holiday season with WTA’s third annual Christmas Home Tour featuring some of Waynesboro’s finest homes and special institutions. Wayne Theatre Alliance’s one-day tour begins at 10 am on Saturday, Dec. 3 and continues to 4 p.m.

A special option for this year’s tour is the Home Tour Bus which will take visitors to each of the five homes and three institutions. Also new is the option of lunch at the Waynesboro Country Club.

The Christmas Home Tour represents a broad range of the residential areas in Waynesboro. The Paradiso home on Wayne Avenue and the Plummer House on Ivy Street provide windows into one of Waynesboro’s older homes and one of its newest. Also on the tour are the historic Plumb House with its homespun, pre-Civil War finery and the P. Buckley Moss Barn, Cottage and Museum. In between, visitors will enter the Scott House, one of the first build in the Westwood subdivision in 1945, the Zawhorodny House designed by the well known architect Daley Craig and the Curry-Montgomery House built in 1959 by an Atlanta architect who sought to bring a touch of the French Quarter to Waynesboro. Each home is decorated for the holidays in its own unique style.

Tickets for the tour are $20 in advance and $25 on the day of the tour. Tickets for the Home Tour Bus are $30 and must be purchased in advanced since seating is limited. Advance tickets are available at the WTA office at 533 West Main. Reservations may be made by calling 540-943-9999. Tickets on the day of the tour may be purchased at the Plumb House or at WTA’s Gateway at 329 West Main.



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