Explore Cottontown with Historic Columbia on Sunday, October 14 during our Weekend Strolls and Rolls program presented by Seed Architecture.
Established in the late 1890s, Cottontown is listed as part of the “Bellevue Historic District” in the National Register of Historic Places and is protected as an architectural conservation district by the City of Columbia. Bounded by Grace Avenue, Bull Street, Elmwood Avenue and Main Street, the neighborhood is remarkable as an intact example of one of Columbia’s earliest planned suburbs.
The tour will meet and begin at the North Columbia Fire Station No. 7 located at 2622 North Main Street. Space is limited.