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NEW FOR 2024

How about pairing some fresh luncheon fare provided by Spoon Lickers Catering with your 76th annual SPGC tour experience? Lunch will be served from 11:30 AM to 2 PM at the century-old Boyd House at the Weymouth Center in Southern Pines. This Tour Day buffet lunch is an added fundraising avenue supporting the youth riding program serving at-risk teens, Weymouth Equestrians. A limited number of lunch passes will be sold for $20 each. These are available for purchase now through our ticket sales page until Friday, April 12th.

RAFFLE:  Advance purchase of a lunch ticket also enters you in a prize drawing for the chance to win a gift certificate from Spoon Lickers Catering, a fantastic R. Riveter purse, and an aromatic gift basket from Lazy Fox Lavender Farm. All raffle items are from military family-owned businesses.

MENU:  Buffet lunch choices will feature a variety of freshly made sandwiches, salads, seasonal fruit and cheese skewers with fig sauce and more. Desserts and your beverage choice of iced tea or water are also included.

PARKING:  Designated parking for the Southern Pines Home and Garden Tour will be clearly marked in the parking lot of Weymouth.


Our 76th Annual

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Stylish interiors meet fabulous floral design amidst a range of distinguished architecture.

Floral design intersects with an enticing group of houses at the 76th annual Southern Pines Garden Club Home & Garden Tour on Saturday, April 13th. Come view over 60 fresh flower arrangements throughout stunning houses across Moore County.


From an air of mystery at the Village of Pinehurst estate where the famed “Pinehurst Princess” met a puzzling death in the 1930s, to the charming lavender farm that is now a young military family’s bustling homestead and tearoom on the outskirts of Cameron, the 2024 tour will be a glorious day. From a downtown Southern Pines loft where a once industrial space is now a beautifully crafted home showcasing the owners’ collection of fine art, to the contemporary design, furnishings and color schemes of a modern farmhouse style that evoke warmth and comfort, this tour is quite a collection of “idea” houses. From a century-old Georgian to a fascinating contemporary two-story, architectural buffs will be fully engaged.


Our 2024 Home & Garden Tour presents a range of styles for inspired living in our modern times. Enjoy this year’s collection of houses, gardens, even a working farmstead.

Getting Started on Tour Day

On tour day, full price tickets will also be available at all tour stops and online for $30.


On the 13th, we welcome guests to begin their visits at any home or garden on the tour. Please bring your e-ticket printed or on your mobile device screen. Wherever you decide to begin your day, you will first check in and exchange your e-ticket for an official Tour Passport. The Tour Passport grants access to all of our tour stops from 10am-4pm and serves as your guide along the way. (Note: your e-ticket is only used for the one time, initial check in. From that point, you'll need your Passport for entry to the tour homes and lunch, if applicable.) If you also purchased a lunch ticket with us, those tickets are separate and will also be scanned when you initially check in for the day. Your Tour Passport will be specially marked for  luncheon access. Need another copy of the email? Just let us know.

We provide a general overview map in the Passport and a printable map can be downloaded from our site; we recommend using an online mapping system to plan your route in the order that is most convenient for you. A Google Map of the tour is available here


We also encourage guests to use carpooling whenever possible. Parking for groups and carpools is available at the Campbell House and the Weymouth Center. If your group is planning to arrive by bus, please email Michelle ahead of the tour to minimize issues or delays while navigating our smaller residential areas.


Look for SPGC directional signs to be placed along the tour route. Parking directors at each home are available to answer questions and direct traffic. For most locations, drop off areas and limited parking is available for those needing improved accessibility; we ask that tour-goers seeking accommodation speak to the parking attendant on site. Please note: some locations on the 2024 tour will have known mobility challenges; at least one featured home is accessed by a flight of stairs.

Our Featured Tour Stops

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Woodlawn Cemetery

The Southern Pines Garden Club is thrilled to have the 2024 Home & Garden Tour proceeds benefit the landscaping and beautification of Woodlawn Cemetery in West Southern Pines, one of the first incorporated black townships in North Carolina (1923). Located at the corner of West New York Avenue & Pine Street, since its founding in 1928, this neighborhood cemetery is the resting place for more than 175 veterans from the township, and where memorial and veteran services are conducted throughout the year. Listed on the N.C. Historic Black Cemetery Registry, this peaceful burial ground shaded by towering pines is on acreage that was donated by the Buchan family and is now under the care of the Southern Pines Land & Housing Trust.

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