Activities with the Dogwood Festival continued Sunday, including the Quincy Preserves House Tour.
This afternoon, six historic homes in town opened their doors to visitors.
Quincy Preserves volunteers were on hand to show people around, and to explain some of the history and architecture of the property.
They say this type of event always draws in a crowd.
"For a lot of people, it's the history - some people like to see how people decorate their homes, that's really important to a lot of people, and some people it's a combination of the two, and it's just a fun afternoon," says Vicki Ebbing.
She says there will be another historic homes tour in the fall.
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