What homes are on the tour?
A map showing all the six homes featured on the tour is located at https://tinyurl.com/yd2tvtl6
Where can I park?
Ample, free street parking is available on N. MacGregor Lane adjacent to Spurlock Park and Brays Bayou. We encourage visitors to walk from home to home rather than drive as parking may be limited within the neighborhood.
Do I need to purchase a ticket in advance?
No. Tickets can be purchased at any house on the tour route up until 1:30pm. However, you must purchase a ticket to participate in the tour.
May I purchase tickets in advance?
Yes. Your order confirmation email will have a QR code that our volunteer will scan at any home on the tour to check you into the event and issue your punch card. Houses will open at 10AM, but entry at any given time during the tour may be limited based on the capacity of the home.
May I purchase tickets for only a few of the homes on the tour?
No discount or partial tickets are sold. One ticket allows you access to all homes regardless of whether you opt to visit all of six.
Is the home tour handicap accessible?
Given the historic nature and private residence status of each of the homes, the homes are not accessible by wheelchair for this one-day event. Most of the residences have short flights of stairs to enter the homes and there may be some changes in floor elevations in some of the homes.
Are children allowed on the tour?
Yes; however, children must purchase a ticket. Strollers are not permitted in the homes.
What is the appropriate attire for the tour?
Dressing casually is best. Some homeowners may require the removal of shoes before entering. Please be prepared to remove shoes or slip disposable booties over shoes. High heels are discouraged.