Admit it - how many times have you driven, walked or jogged by one of Hannibal's refurbished Victorian homes, especially those that have been converted into some of Missouri's most popular Bed and Breakfasts and thought, "I sure would like to see what that place looks like on the inside."

And, whenever you're in the Downtown Historic District and you look up at the increasing number of loft BNB's/apartments, tell me you haven't asked, maybe out loud, "I wonder what they've done with the place?"

This Friday and Saturday, you can get at least a few of those questions answered, as four lofts and four homes/BNB's will be featured in the annual Home and Loft Tours, as the Victorian Festival of Christmas heads into its final weekend.

Friday will be loft night. The featured locations on the tour include:

205 North Main - above Charlee & Tru

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213 North Main - above The Powder Room, featuring the Americana, Pistol Annie and Woodsman Rooms

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117 South Main - above American Decor

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511 Birch Street - The Quarry House

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The homes/bed and breakfasts that will be on the Home Tour Saturday include:

The Dubach Inn at 221 North 5th

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The Belvedere Inn at 521 Bird

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The home next to the Belvedere at 214 North 6th, and

The Laura Hawkins Frazier House at 210 North 5th

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The tours are on the main floor only and will run from 5 to 8 p.m. each night.

Tickets are $10, and you can buy yours by going here.

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