Historic Rosedale, at 3427 N. Tryon Street, has been part of Charlotte’s history since 1815, when the house was completed by Archibald Frew, a tax collector and postmaster for the town of Charlotte.
The last people to live in the house were Mary Louise and Alice Davidson, sisters who sold the home and land to the Historic Preservation Foundation of North Carolina in 1985.
Historic Rosedale is offering several special events this fall. Please follow the links below to purchase your tickets, when required. Note: the Haunted History Tours always sell out.
Autumn Market Day at Historic Rosedale
Historic Rosedale is hosting an Autumn Market Day on Saturday, November 14th, 2020, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. This is an old-fashioned community yard sale and vendor market. This is your chance to shop for unique gifts before the hustle and bustle of the holidays.
While you’re shopping, you can stroll the gardens and grounds and listen to presentations on our historic 1815 home, the oldest wood frame house in Charlotte. Visit our Blacksmith shop that will be operating with demonstrations throughout the day. Explore the local community – we are just minutes from all the fun in Noda, right down the street from the Noda Brewing Company, and near to uptown and the university area. This event will be held rain or shine and face coverings are encouraged.
It’s free to shop.
Haunted History Tour at Historic Rosedale
Historic Rosedale, along with Charlotte Area Paranormal Society, is offering a Haunted History Tour. The tour will be held outside in the gardens and grounds surrounding the historic 1815 house and reconstructed blacksmith shop.
These tours sell out every time. The next one is Friday, November 20th, 2020, from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Please check in at 6:30 p.m.
The cost is $15 for early bird sales, and $20 the week of the tour.
These Our wildly popular Haunted History Tours are all the rage in the Queen City! Come spend your evening with the Charlotte Area Paranormal Society (CAPS) and Historic Rosedale staff to discover how many of our former residents have chosen to remain behind.
The full haunted history tour will be held outside in the gardens and grounds surrounding the historic 1815 house and reconstructed blacksmith shop.
Spaces for this tour are limited to 20 persons for a personal yet properly social distanced experience – and to prevent any guests from being left behind as lingering souls themselves! Appropriate for ages 8 years and above.
This event takes place rain or shine – no refunds will be given. This is not a Ghost Hunt. Please purchase your tickets online and bring proof of your receipt (on your phone) on the night of the event for a contactless experience – this receipt will serve as your ticket. No other tickets will be issued.
Some safety measures:
- Face coverings must be worn on the tour.
- Restroom facilities will be open at 50% capacity.
- Hand sanitizer will be available.
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