Heathwood - Walking Tour
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Columbia’s Heathwood neighborhood derives its name from Moses Chappell Heath, who established the community east of the city in the early 20th century. Heathwood is a name associated with land developed by both Heath, starting in 1914, and his son-in-law Burwell Deas Manning, Sr., starting about 1940. The centerpiece of this development was Heathwood Hall, M.C. Heath’s home, which no longer stands. A desirable retreat from downtown Columbia, other families began to build within the newly established subdivision during the 1920s and 1930s.

Join HCF at 2 p.m. for this guided walking tour highlighting the architecture and history of Columbia’s historic Heathwood neighborhood. The tour is free for Historic Columbia Foundation members, $6 for non-member adults and $3 for non-memberyouth (age 17 and under). Tickets can be purchased by calling 803.252.1770 ext. 24 or by email at reservations@historiccolumbia.org. Walk-up registrations are also accepted. The tour will meet at Heathwood Park, 800 Amelia Rd.

Heathwood - Walking Tour

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