Come savor the bounty of our local peach harvest and visit the porches of five exquisite homes in Lexington. Hear the history and stories behind each...from a front porch perspective. Your tour ticket includes live music, a historic talk at each stop and featured peach-themed treats at downtown businesses.

Celebrate Our Harvest. Share Our History.

Hospitality of Historic Proportions.

If Only Lexington's Porches Could Talk...

On July 22nd, They Will.

Here's your opportunity to visit five exquisite homes in Lexington and hear the history and stories behind each...from the front porch perspective. The tour begins at 10am through 2pm. This is a relaxing, tour-at-your-own-pace way to learn the history of homes from Lexington's past. Your tour fee includes a porch map of participating homes and musician locations.

Lexington’s iconic landmark is your starting point.

As the first stop on your tour, you’ll learn about the oldest working courthouse West of the Mississippi, and the story of that cannon ball!

Since you’re already in the central business district in town, be sure take some time before or after your tour and explore our diverse shops downtown, many are housed in various architectural styles. Welcome!

Your Tour Begins

on Lexington's

ULTIMATE

FRONT PORCH

Your Tour Begins

on Lexington's

ULTIMATE

FRONT PORCH

There's

More on
24

Plan your day around a short and beautiful scenic drive along Highway 24. Stop by one of six nearby wineries, find fresh fruit & veggies at roadside stands or visit historic sites and venues along the way. There's plenty to see and do on your way to Lexington!

Traveling to Lexington from Kansas City?

Traveling to Lexington from Kansas City?

Take the Tour, Score Some Peaches. Learn More About
Lexington

Follow these links to our main site...find out more about fun stuff to do in and around town.

Wineries/Orchards

Downtown Shopping

Historic Sites & Venues

Coming September 9 & 10: Walk-through tours of Lexington's finest historic homes and historic structures.

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