Come CELEBRATE the centennial of the welcomed annexation and the 120th anniversary of the founding of the Harvard School, now HISD's Harvard Elementary, which opened on September 18th 1898.
Mister McKinney is offering FREE tours (a $39.95 value) when you simply "FOLLOW" his new Twitter and Instagram pages: @MisterMcKinneysHistoricHouston and @HoustonHistoryBus
Tours last 50 min. on the famed 20 passenger open-air Houston History Bus and includes a mini tour of Mister McKinney's Historic Houston Heights Tour, which tells the story of how the Houston Heights was created, the historic homes and majestic mansions and the stories behind them. Come discover the Houston Heights in a WHOLE NEW WAY!
Houston Heights Tours are at 5:30pm & 6:30pm to take advantage of the cooler weather and the fact that sundown is at seven thirty in the evening in the fall. (You can always book a private bus tour if you want a different tour time than the free tour times offered.)
These tours are made possible by the generous donations of the following businesses: Yenny Mattei REALTOR® with Boulvard Realty, Charles H. Mansour, Fee Attorney of Fidelity National Title, German Cortes of Farmers Insurance and Laith Daik of Texas Loan Star, Inc. (Thank you for your donation in bringing local history to the public!)
Please fill out the form below, priority is given to the forms filled out correctly and completely. You will get an confirmation e-mail with the meeting location, CONFIRMATION of your first or second choice time/date of tour.
*** Be sure BEFORE to "LIKE" @MisterMcKinneysHistoricHouston and @HoustonHistoryBus on social media as well. It costs you nothing and you will also learn about future FREE tours! ***
(Since this is a social media free ticket promotion, if you don't have any social media, you can make a donation of $18.91 per person at: www.HoustonHistoryBus.org * Please forward your GoFundMe receipt to: HoustonHistoryBus@gmail.com as proof of donation.)
Thank you for taking the time to fill out the form, we look forward to celebrating the historic Houston Heights!