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2014 Good Brick Tour
In 1932, Jesse and Edith Moore built their dream home on the banks of Rummel Creek, 17 miles west of downtown Houston: a cabin of pine logs harvested from the surrounding forest. Eighty years later, the Moores' patch of wooded paradise remained intact in the midst of urban sprawl, but time and weather had taken their toll on the little cabin.
A unique restoration plan was needed to keep the structure safe for future generations, and thanks to some hand-cut cypress logs, a few polyester straps and lots of careful planning, the cabin — now at the heart of the Edith L. Moore Nature Sanctuary —View more
A tour ticket ($25 in advance or $30 at the door) includes admission to all locations on both days of the tour.
A $50 Patron-level ticket also includes an invitation to an exclusive kickoff party at the NuSmile Building, a 2014 Good Brick Award winner, the evening of Friday, May 2. (The NuSmile Building will only be open for that event.)
Buy your tour tickets online ($50 Patron, $25 general admission) through May 1 or at any tour location ($30) except Bethel Park on the tour weekend.
INDIVIDUAL DATES & TIMES*
Additional time info:
Noon to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, May 3 and 4
Various, Houston, TX 77001
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