Long Beach home tour
Once a year, Long Beach Heritage invites the public to view some of the unique homes that make up the city’s rich architectural history. The 2016 Great Homes Tour, on Sunday, June 5 from 12-5 pm, will showcase five architecturally distinguished homes in the Bluff Park, Naples, Virginia Country Club and Bixby Knolls areas of Long Beach, two of which, were designed by noted architect Edward Killingsworth.
Once a year, Long Beach Heritage invites the public to view some of the unique homes that make up the city’s rich architectural history. For the 2014 Great Homes Tour on Sunday, June 1 from 12-5 pm, six distinguished homes of distinctive architectural character will take the spotlight.
The California Heights Home and Garden Tour returns Sunday, October 20, 2013, from 10:00am to 4:00pm. Check in begins at 9:30am at Longfellow School, 3800 Olive Ave. Guest speaker presentation at 10am.
Presented by the California Heights Neighborhood Association (CHNA) and sponsored by local realtor, Lewis Ebersole, the tour showcases five vintage homes, two charming gardens and a refreshment house in the California Heights Historic District of Long Beach, consisting mainly of modest Spanish, Tudor and other revival style homes dating from the early 1920s.
This 1937 Spanish Colonial in California Heights features Andalusian influence.
Once a year, Long Beach Heritage invites the public to tour some of the unique homes that make up the city’s rich history. The 2013 Great Homes Tour on Sunday, June 2 from 12-5 pm, will showcase five homes with distinctive architectural character.
The work of five early Long Beach architects and a special opening of CSULB’s Earl Burns Miller Japanese Garden will be featured during Long Beach Heritage’s annual Great Homes of Long Beach Tour on June 5 from 12-5 pm.
Ed Begley, Jr., Author of "Living Like Ed: A Guide to the Eco-Friendly Life", supports the National Solar Tour.
The 5th District Solar and Sustainability Taskforce announced that the 2010 Long Beach Solar Tour is returning on Saturday, October 2 to educate the community about the benefits of solar technology.
If you listen to the news it’s easy to start thinking that February 14 is all about flowers, hearts and romance. Not true! In fact, we found quite a few Long Beach events happening over Valentine’s weekend that have nothing at all to do with love and lace.
Villa Riviera restored entrance. Photo by D.W. Gastélum, Nov. 2009
The iconic Villa Riviera will open its doors to the public for a special Valentine’s Day Home Tour and reception on Sunday, February 14, from noon to 4:00 p.m.
Tour the Innovative Kress loft Homes at a benefit event for For The Child on Saturday, October 24. Join owners of a variety of lofts in their living space to see and hear how they have creatively turned these open spaces into homes with style and the building into a fabulous place to live and share a sense of community.
On Sunday, June 7, Long Beach Heritage celebrates “A Century of Style” with its annual Great Homes of Long Beach tour. From noon to 5 p.m., ticket holders will be welcomed inside six architecturally distinguished homes in the Belmont Heights, Bixby Knolls, Los Cerritos and Willmore City neighborhoods of the city.