Holiday House Tour Last Notes

Did you procrastinate on getting tickets? You are in luck! We still have both Party tickets for Saturday and daylight tickets for Sunday available for purchase at the Hexagon House, 530 Amherst St. You can also pick up Sunday tickets at The Final Yard, Kimberly’s, Winchester Book Gallery, and Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center. Sunday tickets are also available for order online through EventBrite.

Even better, the Bough and Dough Shop at the Hexagon House, 530 Amherst St., will be open until 6 PM today, tomorrow, and Sunday to accommodate shopping during First Friday and the Holiday House Tour.

The weather forecast for the weekend appears decent, with overcast skies and no chance of precipitation. Winds may be your only damper to waiting outside, so be sure to dress warmly if you have to wait in line or for walking between sites.

We heard from multiple guests Courtfield Avenue may be the hardest address to find, so if the wind doesn’t take them out, we will have additional signage directing you from Clifford Street and Academy Lane toward Courtfield Avenue. You can also check the map on your phone via Google Maps.

If you ordered tickets online via Eventbrite, remember to bring your PDF ticket (printed or on your phone) as you start your tour. If you’d like an official ticket, you should be able to pick them up at any of the houses on the tour.

Be on the lookout for the Winchester Little Theatre costumed carolers again this Sunday to enliven your tours. Be sure to thank the volunteers, as well!

Thank you, and we hope you enjoy the tours and stop by the Hexagon House for hot drinks and some holiday shopping!