Saturday, April 2, 2011
11 AM - 2 PM
Tour: 10 AM to 4 PM
Tour cost: $10.00
Tickets are available on the day of
the event at the the Town Pavilion
11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
at Pine Apple Promotions Headquarters
on Hwy 10
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Pine Apple Promotions
PO Box 97
Pine Apple, AL 36768
Apple Promotions welcomes you to our town and hopes you enjoy our
Front Porch Hospitality. We invite you to "sit a spell and
visit" in old-fashioned Southern Style! Many of the homes on the
tour are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
sites include an 1852 historic barn and log cabins, the 1927 library,
a blacksmith shop, the 1902 bank building, four cemeteries and two churches.
The Town of
Pine Apple was founded in 1825. Historic housing dates from
1850's to 1950 containing many fine examples of homes from 1870
through the early 1900's, a particularly valuable period when not many
structures were built elsewhere in the Black Belt region of
Alabama. The Pine Apple Historic District is on the National
Register of Historic Places. House styles in Pine Apple include
antebellum planter style, central passage houses, coastal/creole
cottage types, one story T and L plan cottages, high style Queen Anne,
Colonial, Revival and Craftsman.
While touring this year be sure to visit the newly built art studio
located behind the Bennett's house and to take the drive to the
community of Awin to tour the Pugh's recently restored log
cabin. Also don't miss the Harmon's newly restored home
"Moss Hill" featured for the first time and well worth the
Picnic concessions, hamburgers and
hotdogs with all the trimmings, will be available at the Pine Apple
Promotions headquarters on Highway 10from 11am to 2pm. All sites on tour are marked with
pineapple signs in the front. The open parlors are so
designated. Refreshments are served on several porches.
Restroom facilities are available at Pine Apple at Moore Academy, in town at the Library/Fire
Department, and at the churches.