Lynchburg, VA - Rain or shine -- Lynchburg's Historic Garden Week will go on Tuesday, April 29. The annual event started way back in 1921. Proceeds go towards the restoration and renovation of historic landmarks all over Virginia -- including Poplar Forest and Point of Honor in the Lynchburg area.You can buy tickets to tour all five homes tomorrow for $30 or $15 to see just one home. Headquarters are at Oakwood Country Club on Rivermont Avenue. For more information on the event click here.For a link to all of the homes on this year's Historic Garden Week tour check here.
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