Virginia Highlands Tour of Homes

10698692_720020434733761_1744877349799508874_nTour, eat, and shop! It’s time to celebrate the start of the holiday season with the 22nd Annual Virginia Highlands Tour of Homes!

WHEN
December 3rd – 4th, 2016
Saturday | 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Sunday | 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

WHERE
Ticket Headquarters | Corner of Virginia Ave and Barnett St
Virginia Highlands | Atlanta

Known as one of Atlanta’s most charming and historic neighborhoods, the Virginia Highlands will be the perfect spot to enjoy gorgeous architecture and interior design while spreading some holiday cheer!

THE HOMES

Eight beautiful homes and a special History Tour will be featured throughout the festive 2-day event. Each home’s unique style and design will showcase the neighborhood’s character.

This year’s line-up includes a custom modern home with beautiful gardens and rooftop deck, a recently renovated California-style bungalow, a charming 1925 cottage with recent updates, a classic 1917 bungalow with beautiful indoor and outdoor living spaces, and a quintessential 1909 bungalow in which a recent renovation both restored original features and created modern living spaces for the current owners. The tour includes three other fabulous historic homes transformed for the modern world.
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THE FOOD

From 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. on both days of the tour, local restaurants will provide food tastings at each of the Tour Homes. Delicious fare will be featured from Virginia Highlands returning favorites, including: Highland Tap, Atkins Park, The Cook’s Warehouse, Fontaine’s, and Marlow’s Tavern.

New to the this year’s Tour, Highland Bakery, Press ‘n Grind, Taco Cowboy, Tapa Tapa, Après Diem, Pea Ridge, and DBA Barbecue will also be serving up their tasty dishes!

TICKETS

  • Advance | $25
    Available through December 2nd at 5:00 p.m.
  • Children Under 10 | Free
  • Tickets Including 45-minute Van Tour | $30
  • Tickets Purchased During Tour Weekend | $30

VHCA

Proceeds from the Virginia Highlands Tour of Homes will directly benefit VHCA, a non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the quality of life in the community through neighborhood park improvements, planning and preservation, and other community efforts.

Between the neighborhood’s unique variety of shops, eclectic restaurants, and historic architecture, guests are sure to delight in a weekend of shopping, eating, and soaking up the charming scenery!

More information on the 2016 Virginia Highlands Tour of Homes.