Saturday March 9th, 2024
Join us at this grand ball for a night of dancing, food, music, and glamorous guests dressed in Regency finery and elaborate masks-the perfect recipe for a scandal! This night will be a historic preservation fundraiser with the proceeds from this event going to support the preservation efforts of the Hunter House Victorian Museum and the Historic Martin Mansion.
While this masquerade ball for preservation will be hosted by the Historic Martin Mansion, tickets and information will be provided by the Hunter House Victorian Museum. If you would prefer to pay over the phone or via cash or check, please call 757-623-9814. Payment is required to make a reservation. All tickets are non-refundable.
A Toast of Preservation
Spirit of Stars
Royal Regency Treatment
Who We Are
Hunter House Victorian Museum
The Hunter House Victorian Museum is a non-profit 501(c)3 historic house museum with a mission to tell the human stories of late 19th and early 20th century life through the lens of the everyday experiences and collections of the Hunter Family, their staff, and their local community in order to foster a commitment to preserving local heritage, inspire an appreciation for the broader historical narrative, and reach diverse communities through inclusive, accessible, educational, and innovative programming.
The Historic Martin Mansion
The Martin Mansion, home to the Woman’s Club of Norfolk since 1925, is located in beautiful historic Ghent in Norfolk, Virginia. The Alvah Martin Mansion was built circa 1909. It is a 10,000 sq. ft., 21 room, brick Georgian revival and is available for a limited number of rentals per year. It is closed to events during August. The Woman’s Club purchased the Mansion in 1925 from the Martin Family; the home was originally sold in 1920 to the Virginia Club, a gentleman’s organization now located in downtown Norfolk.