Exploring the Museum District: A Whiskey House Adventure

Exploring the Museum District: A Whiskey House Adventure

Last weekend, I had the pleasure of volunteering at the Museum District Mother's Day House Tour, and let me tell you, it was a blast! This annual event is always a highlight for our community, and this year was no exception.

Each year there are anywhere from eight to ten immaculate homes that participate in the tour, sponsored by the Museum District Association.

This year I was stationed at the "Whiskey House," owned by someone with an incredible collection of spirits from all over the world. Talk about impressive! But what made it even better was the group I was with - all guys this time, which was a first for our team of docents. It turned out to be a hilarious and bonding experience for all of us.

The home we were volunteering at was once part of the same plot of land as an old farmhouse dating back to 1915? Sadly, the farmhouse burned down in the late '90s, but from its ashes rose six stunning homes that perfectly capture the essence of the early 1900s, similar to the beginning days of development in The Museum District.

Our hosts joked that while other homes on the tour were sharing intricate stories of their past, ours was more about guys just "hanging out." But hey, we still learned something cool about the neighborhood's history!

Volunteering at the House Tour is always a rewarding experience, and I can't wait to see what homes will join the lineup next year. Until then, I'll be reminiscing about the Whiskey House and the memories made with my fellow docents. Cheers to the Museum District! 🥃🏠

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