What's a trickle tour? It's where Modernist fans visit a new or newly remodeled - unoccupied - Modernist house at a trickle of the normal rate, dramatically reducing the number of people. By using timed admission, there will be only 4-6 people in each house at any given time, usually less. Plus there's greater flexibility in selecting a tour time and ticket price. Participants must wear masks while onsite and maintain a minimum six-foot distance with event staff and other participants.
The Fine Print
Participants are welcome to take photos inside and outside the houses.
Participants must sign a liability waiver before entering.
For public health, participants must wear masks while onsite and maintain a minimum six-foot distance with event staff and other participants.
Strollers are not allowed.
No food, drink, or smoking in the houses.
Please do not touch anything in the houses. Bathrooms are not available onsite.
To protect floors, participants must remove shoes or bring shoe booties before entering.
The tour runs rain or shine. Once payment is made, there are no refunds for any reason except for tour cancellation. However, you can transfer tickets to others, just have them ask for tickets in your name at registration.
Architects can get self-reported CEU hours if arranged in advance with the AIA.
Any questions? Please contact us below. Proceeds benefit the documentation, preservation, and promotion programs of NCModernist!