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Haas-Lilienthal House Tour

Thursday, October 6,

at the Haas-Lilienthal House

2007 Franklin Street

Doors open at 5:30 pm

Seating is limited.

Purchase tickets through SF Heritage:

Meet Rob Thomson, president of the Victorian Alliance, as he introduces you to the Alliance’s work to highlight historic homes in San Francisco over the past 48 years. The organization also seeks new ways to see and learn about our City’s rich history. Self-guided tours will launch in October 1 (no app is required), and Rob will introduce the interactive maps showcasing 3 historic neighborhoods.


Meet CEO and president Karalyn Monteil and Communications and Program Manager Kerri Young, of San Francisco Heritage, as they introduce the magnificent Haas-Lilienthal House as it reopens to the public. SFHeritage has launched its effort to showcase the importance of cultural heritage in our City centered at the Doolan-Larson House in the Upper Haight and the Haas-Lilienthal House in Pacific Heights.


See the Victorian Alliance’s originally-produced short videos of Victorian homes in San Francisco and—a special treat—the moving of an intact Victorian over the course of several blocks (The Englander House, from 807 Franklin to 635 Fulton).


After the program, the H-L House will be open to tour, with small plates and drinks provided.  Doors close at 8 pm.

Photo: Haas-Lilienthal House courtesy San Francisco Heritage

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