Fairy House Tour returns to Portsmouth

The 15th annual Portsmouth Fairy House Tour, the long-standing charity event produced by Friends of the South End, is the world’s largest fairy house tour and features more than 250 handcrafted fairy houses made by local artists, florists, garden clubs club members, businesses, families and local school children.

The event takes place on the grounds of Prescott Park, the Governor John Langdon House and Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth’s South End. Tracy Kane, the Fairy Houses Series® author and illustrator, will be on hand both days to greet ticket holders and sign autographs. In addition to the more than 250 fairy houses built by students, families and community organizations, the Fairy House Tour features a judged competition among 10 select houses built by creative professionals.

The Fairy House tour, sponsored in part by ParentingNH, is September 21 and 22, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. each day, rain or shine.

For more information and tickets, go to www.portsmouthfairyhousetour.com.

Here’s a chance for you to bring your family to see the tour for free. Enter to win a family pass, valued at $25, by clicking here by September 15.

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