The Cave Creek Museum is presenting an inside look at some of the most unusual homes in the Northeast Valley on Sunday, March 16th from 10am-4pm.
Homes Through Time Home Tour is returning to give participants an opportunity to view four homes. Their style ranges from traditional to unconventional. Three of the homes are occupied, but the owners are generously offering the public visits to raise money for the Cave Creek Museum.
The fundraiser to benefit the Cave Creek Museum has occurred on and off since 2006. The self-guided tour gives participants the option to view the homes in the order and pace of their choosing. Docents will will be present in each home to point out aspects of each home and provide other areas of interest.
The museum will open early at 8 a.m. on March 16 to sell tickets, which cost $35 the day of the event, 6140 Skyline Drive. Tickets will include information about the homes, including locations. No pets, food, beverages or photography will be allowed within the homes and no children under the age of 12 will be admitted. Some homes are on uneven terrain and may not be handicapped-accessible. Visit cavecreekmuseum.org for more information.
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