2018 Good Brick Tour

An inside look at the best in local preservation
Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28

Join Preservation Houston for a unique insider's look at a selection of current and former Good Brick Award-winning restoration projects during the 2018 Good Brick Tour, noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, October 27 and 28.

The Good Brick Tour is your chance to explore these outstanding examples of historic preservation and to meet the property owners, architects and designers behind them. Admission to the tour includes entry to all featured locations on both tour dates. (One-time admissions to single locations will also be available at a reduced price during the tour weekend.)

Tour locations

  • Heights Textile Mill, 611 West 22nd Street in Houston Heights, an 1894 mattress factory and textile mill restored as studios and offices

  • 934 Louise Street, a 1921 bungalow in Sunset Heights

  • 2119 Lubbock Street, an 1892 Folk Victorian-style house in the Old Sixth Ward Historic District

  • 67 Tiel Way, a 1950 MacKie & Kamrath-designed home in River Oaks

  • 3702 Audubon Place, a distinctive 1921 Craftsman-style home in the Audubon Place Historic District


Tickets will be sold for $30 at all tour locations during the tour weekend. A ticket is valid for one admission to all tour locations on either day of the tour.

Single-site admissions will also be available for $10 at all tour locations.

We accept cash, personal checks and major credit cards.


Are you or your company interested in sponsorship opportunities for the Good Brick Tour? Benefits include logo/name recognition during the tour, complimentary tour tickets and Preservation Houston memberships. E-mail us with questions or download a sponsorship form.

Thanks to our 2018 Good Brick Tour sponsors

Print sponsor


Neoclassical Sponsors


Tudor Sponsors

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Queen Anne sponsors

Jordan R. Baucum
Angela Bishop
Claire & Jeff Granberry
Heights Clock Tower, LLC
Lynn & Ty Kelly

Craftsman sponsors

Kalinda I. Campbell
Cheryl Joseph
Ogletree Deakins