Repeat the Lebanon Historical Walk as a self-guided tour!

The December 4, 2021 historical tour was a wonderful event! It's striking how many improvements have been made to downtown Lebanon buildings and storefronts just in the past few years. The emphasis seems to be on modernizing through restoration. More of the old brick and original windows are being exposed on the inside and outside of the shops. The owner of the Bloom boutique and tea shop spoke of how it took a year to remove the plaster on the inner shop walls to expose the original brick underneath.

The tour was jointly sponsored by Build Lebanon Trails, the Lebanon Museum, and the Lebanon Downtown Association. Alysia Rodgers, the tour leader, is Economic Development Catalyst for the City of Lebanon and has been responsible for the grants that have made many of these improvements possible.

If you missed the tour, you still have a chance to benefit from it, thanks to the printed tour guide that was prepared by Linda Ziedrich, vice-president of the Lebanon Museum Foundation board of directors. The locations in the guide are included as markers in this Google map:

You can view the PDF tour guide below right on your device as you walk the tour or download it and print it ahead of time. Use the icons in the top bar of the PDF to navigate and download.

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