Oct 2, 2011 5:58 PM by Matt Stafford

Homeowners open doors for historic tour

Folks in Pueblo are got to see inside some of the area's historical homes. A total of six homes in the Aberdeen neighborhood were opened to public as part of the Historic Pueblo Home Tour.

This is the eighth year the group Historical Pueblo has put on the tour and president David Webb says it usually draws a big crowd. He says the homes are easily recognizable to people who drive by them every day but never get the chance to see inside.

"People love to see what's inside the homes, how they're constructed, and a lot of people like to see how they're decorated on the inside as well," Webb, said.

The tour is offered on the first Sunday of October each year.


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