Thank you for purchasing a ticket to this year's Mad About Modern Tour! By purchasing a ticket to this event you are an important part of advocating for these unique pieces of our historic built environment.
This page contains quick links to information about the Thursday, September 28 Kickoff Event, the Silent Auction, the addresses and map of the Tour Homes, and a link to this year's Digital Guidebook.
The 2023 Digital Guidebook can be accessed using the link below.
Be sure to join us for a special kickoff celebration at the Museum from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm on Thursday, September 28. This year’s event recognizes the contributions of women to the Queen City’s built environment and features a panel discussion with Regan Stewart of True Homes, LaToya Faustin of She Built This City, Susan Mayer of SVM Historical Consulting, and Carolyn Kibler retired Architectural Project Manager.
Other activities include live music, a cash bar, and a silent auction including artwork, vintage pieces, and other midcentury inspired items. A full list of items will be available here prior to the start of the event and bidding will remain open until 4:00pm on Saturday, September 30.
This event is free and open to the public and we hope to see you there.
There are seven stops on the 2023 Mad About Modern Tour which may be visited in any order. Simply choose where you wish to start and go to the check-in table at that stop. There you will show your ticket for scanning and receive a MAM Wristband for entry at the remaining 6 stops. You will also receive your shoe covers (keep these throughout the day as you visit each location) and a quick guide to the homes. Your Digital Guidebook can be accessed at anytime by scanning the QR Code on the quick guide which will bring you to this page.
Below you will see a map of the seven in person stops available on this year's tour. Click the button labeled "More Homes in This Series" to see the full list of homes and addresses.
Street parking is available at each of the homes. Please wear comfortable shoes and plan to park within two to three blocks of each location. Garinger High School and the Charlotte Museum of History each have free parking lots available onsite for when you visit.
Please note, the Waxhaw home is a bonus virtual tour available in your guidebook. This home is NOT available for in-person viewing.