Good Brick Tour offers virtual visits of historic homes, Esperson buildings

Myer-Hall House Good Brick Tour
The Myer-Hall House in Cortlandt Place is on the virtual Good Brick Tour schedule this year. (Courtesy Preservation Houston)

The Myer-Hall House in Cortlandt Place is on the virtual Good Brick Tour schedule this year. (Courtesy Preservation Houston)

Preservation Houston's Good Brick Tour program will allow viewers to virtually step into historic Houston homes and buildings throughout October.

Donors who contribute $25 will also be able to access an exclusive tour of the Esperson buildings downtown. The tour includes a rare look at the temple-like structure atop the Niels Esperson Building.

Here is the lineup of virtual tours, which will be made available on Preservation Houston's YouTube channel.

Oct. 10: The Myer-Hall House in Courtlandt Place, a Tudor revival-style home that was recognized in 2010, a century after its original construction

Oct. 17: The W.L. Foley Building, the home of William L. Foley’s dry goods store, located near Market Square


Oct. 24: The Rosenbaum House, located in Meyerland, which received a 2015 Good Brick Award for a restoration of its midcentury architecture

Oct. 31: (with donation) The Niels Esperson Building, built in 1927, and the Mellie Esperson Building, built in 1941