15th Framingham House Tour
Join us for a tour of the following sites:
- A 1749 gambrel-style home fashioned after the Wayside Inn and owned by Henry Ford from 1932-1947
- An artfully restored shingle-style bungalow in the Salem End Rd. neighborhood
- A stately stone Italianate mansion built by an iron dealer who was one of Massachusetts’ richest men in 1851
- A mid-century modern ranch refurbished by its master craftsman owner in a country setting
- A charming cape-style cottage, that was once a stable for a nearby mansion, infused with the owner’s art
- Don’t miss refreshments at a stunning new office space in a former Saxonville Mill warehouse with cutting-edge design incorporating the mill’s history.
This tour is the Framingham History Center’s largest fundraiser and all proceeds benefit our operations in support of our FHC’s mission. We are a non-profit 501c3 organization. We are not funded by the Town of Framingham and we are dependent on your participation in events like this, membership dues, donations and bequests. Thank you.
House Tour Volunteers NeededJoin our team of 100+ House Tour Volunteers! Responsibilities:
- Monitor an assigned location in the home, keeping watch and guiding guests
- Choose a shift - either 11:45 - 2:30 or 2:15 - 5:00
- Wear a white top, black pants or skirt, and a welcoming attitude and smile!
- Come with the energy to stand and move about for the entirety of your shift.
- A FREE House tour ticket - go see the other homes while you're NOT on duty
- Celebrate the team's success at a complimentary Volunteer Appreciation Dinner