Take a trip through time...on the annual Spring Tour of Homes & Artist Market in Washington, Georgia Saturday, April 4, 2020. This year we celebrate 240 years since becoming the first city in America named for General Washington. We are proudly showcasing a variety of unique historic homes and and other venues during the Tour.
Visit a selection of historic private homes and public venues. Stroll around our stately Square - take in the quaint shops and restaurants. Enjoy magnificent stained glass in our beautiful churches and the Mary Willis Library, near the Square. Visit the Artist Market and Showcase at the Livery, where you can view and purchase works by local and regional artists and artisans.
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