Tickets: Advanced ticket sales ended Friday (5/17) at 5pm. Saturday (5/18) and Sunday (5/19) you may buy tickets for $35 at each house using cash or check, or by cash/check/credit card at our Tiny House tour headquarters at the corner of Longview and Sherwood streets.
Group Ticket Rate: Group ticket sales of more than 15 tickets are $25 per ticket. Please contact our office to purchase tickets at this special rate before Friday (5/17).
Tour Headquarters: The “Tiny House” at the corner of Longview and Sherwood Streets serves as the Lindley Park Tour Headquarters with general tour information, ticket sales, credit card sales, and Will Call. Visit our Tour Shop here!
How it works: The tour is a self-guided tour in which participants may explore each site on their own pace. Informed tour docent guides will be stationed throughout the homes to answer questions and to help you make your way through. Don’t be shy about asking questions!
Tour Magazines: A limited number of printed magazines can be found at our Tour Headquarters. If you already hold a ticket there is no need to stop by Headquarters. Magazines are available on a first-come, first-served basis at each Tour house. Once they are no longer available, please use the E-Mag linked and read on your phone, or smart device. Yes, we can recycle your tour magazine for others to use!
Getting Around: Upon arrival at Tour Headquarters or individual houses, you will be provided a tour magazine guide that you may use to learn more about the history of the community. A tour map will be included in the program guide for navigation. All of the houses are around 5-10 minutes apart. Limited shuttle service will be available, see our tour map for reference.
Walking and Biking: Lindley Park is an early twentieth-century neighborhood with narrow streets and ample sidewalks. It is a wonderful walking and biking neighborhood.
Water: Stay hydrated by visiting the Hydration Station for free water.
Gardens: Lindley Park was established by J. Van Lindley, an important horticuluturalist, philanthropist, and wholesale nurseryman. His legacy lives on in the landscaped parks, private residential gardens, and the Greensboro Arboretum located in Lindley Park. The arboretum is located at 401 Ashland Drive, and contains 14 plant collections on 17 acres of land. It was opened to the public in 1991, and is open to the public from 8am until 8pm.
There’s an App for that: Beyond the homes on tour in Lindley Park, you can learn more about other neighborhoods by checking our Walking Tour App on our website at no cost!
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