DECEMBER 4&5, 2O21
Dressed in their holiday finery...
Returning on the first full weekend in December, the Holiday Home Tour gives visitors a rare glimpse inside several beautiful Victorian mansions and townhouses
stylishly dressed for the holidays.
Ticket headquarters is at the Old Louisville Visitors Center in Central Park
TRADITIONAL VICTORIAN TEA
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is the setting for this traditional Victorian tea party which will offer a variety of teas and a sampling of savory and sweet treats. This is an all-ages event and reservations are required. The museum is located at 1402 St. James Ct.
EVAN WILLIAMS BOURBON TASTINGS
Tour-goers 21 and over can relax between tour stops and enjoy a premium bourbon tasting hosted by the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience. Tastings are held at the Louisville Bourbon Inn (1332 S 4th Street) from 12-5pm Saturday and
1-5pm Sunday, as part of their admission ticket.
HOLIDAY GIFT BOUTIQUE
Get a head start on your holiday shopping during the tour at the Gift Boutique, hosted by The Woman’s Club of Louisville. The clubhouse is located at 1320 S. 4th Street and will be open Saturday and Sunday from noon to 6 p.m.
$30 – Presale
$35 – At the Door
$60 – Victorian Tea & Holiday Home Tour
Groups of 25 or more receive a 20% discount. Contact Us for more info
Shuttle vans circulate continuously between the parking lots, the Visitors Center in Central Park, and each home on the tour and run every 10-15 minutes, stopping at the Trolley Stop signs. All tour homes are typically within easy walking distance for most people.
Free parking behind Cochran Elementary School, 500 W. Gaulbert Ave., behind the school on Lee St. Tour patrons may also park for free at the Filson Historical Society on 3rd Street, and in the Woman’s Club parking lot, located behind the Clubhouse.