Evening event to feature festive décor, live entertainment, exquisite refreshments, and nine never-before-seen homes. Tickets on sale soon!
Illuminated by the warm glow of candlelight and colorful cheer of holiday lights, more than 10 architecturally significant homes will be open for visitors to explore when the Flamingo Park neighborhood of West Palm Beach, Florida hosts its 24th Holiday Historic Home Tour on Sunday, December 4, 2016, from 5 to 8 p.m.
Located just a few blocks south of Cityplace and downtown West Palm Beach, the Flamingo Park historic district is noted for its many fully-restored historic houses, mostly built in the 1920s through 1940s in architectural styles ranging from Spanish Mission and Mediterranean Revival to American Foursquare and Frame Vernacular. The annual holiday-themed tour is hosted by the non-profit Flamingo Park Neighborhood Association and is widely regarded as one of the finest home tours in the region.
Veteran tour patrons will enjoy an almost entirely new experience this year, as nine of the 11 homes currently slated to participate in the 2016 event have never before opened their doors to previous tours. While most of the homes on the tour will be new, the event’s most popular aspects will return, including festive holiday décor, complimentary drinks and light hors d’ oeuvres for all patrons, live music, and free shuttle service.
Tickets for the tour will be availble soon to purchase in advance for $50 on Flamingo Park's secure online store. Tickets will also be available on the evening of the tour for $60. The check-in tent will open at 4:30 p.m. and all homes will open at 5 p.m. Since this event serves alcohol, guests age 21 and up will be issued a wristband.
More details, including the location of the check in tent, retail ticket purchase locatons and other specifics will be released in the weeks leading up to the tour. For complete information, including online ticket sales, bookmark this page. Better still, frequent tour updates, including photos and weekly sneak peeks of the homes on the tour will be available on the Flamingo Park Facebook page, facebook.com/FlamingoParkNeighborhood.