Make plans now to join us for the 31st Annual Victorian Holiday Home Tour on December 7th & 8th! Old North Knoxville features beautiful homes built in the Queen Anne, Craftsman/Bungalow, Neoclassical Revival, and American Four Square style. To help you kick off your holiday season, Old North Knoxville neighbors will open the doors of select homes in a variety of these styles, restored and decorated for the season for your viewing pleasure! If you’ve never been on the tour before, find out what to expect or learn more about the neighborhood.
Candlelight Tour: Saturday Dec. 7th, 2019 4:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Afternoon Tour: Sunday Dec. 8th, 2019 12:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Please take a look at some of the homes scheduled to be on the 2019 tour.
TICKETS: Advance tickets are $10 and will be available either online or at any area Elder’s Ace Hardware store. Advance tickets will be available for purchase online after November 1, 2019 and will be available in area Elder’s Ace Hardware stores beginning November 18, 2019. Find more details about purchasing tickets here.
Many thanks to Elder’s Ace Hardware stores, our partner for advance ticket sales this year! They have six area locations for your convenience: in the Broadway Shopping Center at the corner of Broadway and Woodland, in Bearden (next to EarthFare), in Rocky Hill (next to Butler & Bailey Market), in Farragut (near the intersection of Kingston Pike and Shipley Ln.), in Halls (across from Gondolier), and in South Knoxville (next to United Grocery Outlet). You can click on the logo below for directions and more details on their locations.
PARKING: Park and ride continuous bus service is available beginning at the Tennova Hospital (formerly St. Mary’s Medical Center) parking lot off Woodland Avenue next to Fulton High School.
ORNAMENTS: Each year since 2003, Old North Knoxville has commissioned a limited edition ornament to commemorate the Holiday Home Tour. The ornaments are available to purchase at the Home Tour and also at the Time Warp Tea Room in Happy Holler on Central Avenue. Ornaments cost $15 each, and you can find more details here.
Take a look at some of the beautiful homes that have been featured in previous years: