RICHMOND, Va. (CBS19 NEWS) -- Historic Garden Week in Virginia is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, with three days of tours in Central Virginia.

On Saturday, there will be tours of Morven, which will cost $20.

On Sunday, three properties will be available for tours in the North Garden area of Albemarle County.

Two of them are private homes and one is a garden. Tickets cost $50.

Finally, on Monday, free tours of Carr’s Hill, the University of Virginia’s president’s house, will be offered.

People will also be able to see the Pavilion Gardens and the Memorial to Enslaved Laborers.

The money raised by ticket sales goes back into the community.

"The money goes to the Garden Club of Virginia, and the club is not just using it to redecorate their clubhouse,” said Leslie Harris, the chair of Virginia Historic Garden Week 2023. “The money really goes all over the state to restoration projects such as Monticello, and the Pavilion Gardens here at the University of Virginia. So you can feel good about your ticket because these homeowners have volunteered their homes and these volunteers their time, the money goes to really good things."

Some of the money will also support scholarships for aspiring botanists.

Historic Garden Week involves properties from across the state, including Richmond, Staunton, Lexington and Harrisonburg.

Tickets and more information are available here.