On Saturday, December 7, from 11:00am to 4:00pm, seven of Concord’s most beautiful private homes will be open to the public for the Concord Museum’s Guild of Volunteers 9th annual Holiday House Tour. All of the properties are professionally decorated in the holiday spirit by local and Boston-based interior designers. From Greek revival to Mid-Century Modern and more, each house will be decorated in a different holiday theme. The Concord Museum welcomes you to spend the day in Concord, a small town with a big history, and enjoy the elegant streets, charming cafes and shops, as well as the many historic homes.
This year the Holiday House Tour is co-chaired by Joanne Roser and Patty Flint. The Guild of Volunteers is organizing this event as a benefit for the Museum’s educational initiatives. Holiday House Tour ticket sales benefit ongoing educational programming at the Concord Museum, which welcomes 14,000 school children annually for curriculum-based educational programs for students of all levels and learning styles.
Tickets may be purchased online, at the Museum, or by phone through December 5: $40 Members, $50 Non-members; on December 6 or day of: $45 Members, $55 Non-members. No refunds; no photography. Tickets may be purchased online at concordmuseum.org; or by calling (978)-369-9763, ext. 222.
Tickets and maps can be picked up at the Concord Museum, 53 Cambridge Turnpike, Concord, MA. 01742 starting at 9:00am on the day of the event.
Category: Community Events