Holyoke Tours 2023 and beyond

2023 Holyoke Massachusetts area guided tours and presentations — FREE and OPEN to the public. Keep checking back since information will change. Presented by Robert Comeau.

The overall theme of the 2023 tours will be the sesquicentennial of Holyoke as a city.

Sign up at Eventbrite for most of these tours. The Holyoke Preservation Trust is the host for most of the events.

If you have a group that wants a tour of any site that I have done in the past or present, then see the RATES page.  For non-profits, tours are low cost but you need to provide the bus unless it is walking.  For other groups, tour leader will be paid and transportation is needed unless it is walking.  I can change the trip to suit the group.  There are many possible stops to take on the tour.

Community and Anniversary Fields walking tour (100th anniversary) – September of 2023

Ashley Reservoir Walking Tour – 5rd annual

Whiting Street Reservoir Walking Tour – 6th annual

Holyoke Canal System Walking Tour – walk along the first and second level canals – 8th annual

Holyoke Canal System Bicycle Tour – ride along the canals

Veterans Park Walking Tour – 5rd annual

North High Street Historic District Walking Tour – Walk 5 blocks down (to Lyman Street) and then 5 blocks back up (to Appleton Street)

Maple Street Walking Tour – park at the circle at the northern end of Maple Street in Holyoke – Be capable of walking 3 miles

Third Level Canal Walking Tour

A House in Holyoke through Time

Fairfield Avenue Walking Tour

Northampton Street Walking Tour

Holyoke City Hall Inside and Out – November 2023 in Holyoke

Wistariahurst – October 2023 in Holyoke

Holyoke Heritage State Park and the Canal Walkway Tour – June 2023 in Holyoke

Sacred Heart Church and its Neighborhood Walking Tour (A Sidewalk Walking Tour) – Saturday from 11 AM to noontime – meet at the back of the church along Chestnut Street in HOLYOKE

CHICOPEE

Calvary Cemetery of Chicopee and St Matthew Cemetery of Springfield

A House in Chicopee through Time – 30 Emerson Street – presentation at the Chicopee Public Library

St Stanislaus Cemetery – a 2024 tour for its 100th year.

SOUTH HADLEY

South Hadley Canal