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Save Old Cleburne is a non-profit organization founded in 1976 by local old house lovers wanting to make a difference. S.O.C. was formed to promote preservation and to get the community involved in Cleburne's local history.

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45th Annual Tour of Homes

Funds raised by this tour support Save Old Cleburne and their programs.

Event Sponsors:
Harmon Insurance Agency, LLC        Bennett's Printing & Office Supply
Godley Estate Sales                             Troy Vinson Jewelers, Granbury

Candlewalk Holiday Market, 425 Granbury

Steet-JN Long Gym Building

Start your shopping early for Christmas! Come join us for Candlewalk Holiday Market with Vendors and Food Trucks . The Grinch will make an appearance too!! 

United Presbyterian Church, 1510 West Westhill Drive

The United Presbyterian Church came into being in 1972 when the congregations of the Anglin Street Presbyterian Church merged with the First Presbyterian Church. circa 1868 and 1875. The building houses the original 476 pipe organ from the First Presbyterian Church and stained glass windows from the original Main Street and Anglin Street buildings. Self guided tour.

Fellowship Hall is hosting a mission fair and refreshments.

Open 1:00-6:00


Antique Findery, 201 E. Henderson

Downtown Cleburne

Antique Findery is the ‘ A Little Shop with a Big Heart and Fantastic Finds’ offering a mix of antiques, vintage and collectibles. Stacy and Lora McNabb love Cleburne’s historic buildings and small town feel. Lora loves that the shop owners downtown work together and help each other thrive.

Open Tues-Sat 10:30-5:30 Sunday 12-5:00.

Open until 7:00 during Candlewalk.

Featured on Tour

Bus Depot and Marketplace, 215 E. Henderson

Downtown Cleburne

The Bus Depot is filled with holiday and handcrafted decorations! It offers a variety of vintage furniture, candles, handcrafted gifts, boutique clothing and Metal yard art. The 1890’s building was the site of Central Texas Bus Lines from 1933-1960.

Bus Depot mural on the east side of the building for photo ops.

Open Tues-Sat 10-6:00. Sunday 12-4:00

Layland Museum. 201 North Caddo

Tour the Museum, built in 1905 as the Cleburne Carnegie Library. It served as a library for more than 70 years. On exhibit now is “The Mustang Foundation: Art from the Cowpasture Bank” features 47 works of art that was commissioned and collected by Lowell “Stretch” Smith Jr., many by artist George Hallmark and cartoonist Lex Graham.

Open Tuesday-Saturday 11-4:00

Hours open during Candlewalk 11-8:00.

Free Admission

Dotey-Kirkham House

Bearing a Texas Historical Marker, the Dotey-Kirkham House was built in 1865. The Southern Colonial Cottage has two front rooms with fireplaces on either side of a central hallway. Early in the 1900’s, two wings were added behind each front room. Owned by the Johnson County Historical Commission.

It is open Saturday December 2nd for Tour.

Hours open 1:00-8:00pm. Free Admission


About Save Old Cleburne

We are a non-profit organization founded in1976. Our commitment is to help promote preservation and local history in our community. 
We meet every 2nd Monday of the month at the Liberty Hotel in Historic Downtown Cleburne at 7 pm. Everyone is welcome!

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Save Old Cleburne is committed to exceeding your needs. Questions, comments or special requests? We’d love to hear from you, so don’t hesitate to reach out today.

PO Box 711 Cleburne, TX, 76033 USA

817-933-4836 or 817-437-8210

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Candlewalk Driving Tour Winners

Congratulations to our 2022 Winners!
First Place:
811 Concord St.

Second Place:
205 Sunset

Third Place:
1519 Surrey Pl. 

2022 Participating Homes

#1.   811 Concord Street

#2.  1118 West Westhill

#3. 205 Sunset Drive

#4. 705 W. Smith

#5. 404 Prairie Ave.

#6. 801 Prairie Ave.

#7. 215 W. Heard

#8. 308 W. Wilson

#9. 506 W. Wilson

#10. 505 West Buffalo

#11. 415 North Anglin Street

#12. 1519 Surry Place

#13 707 Second Street

Choose your favorites!
Scan the QR code to cast your votes TODAY! 

Voting ends December 30, 2022

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