The Daylight Tour is the main attraction of the Holiday House Tour weekend, taking place on Saturday and Sunday afternoons and drawing crowds of up to 500 visitors.
Date: December 1 and 2, 2018
Holiday House Tour Tickets go on sale in mid November at The Final Yard, Kimberly's, Winchester Book Gallery, Winchester-Frederick County Visitors Center, and the Bough & Dough Shop at the Hexagon House.
View a PDF of the 2018 Holiday House Tour program booklet
We are so pleased the 2018 Bough and Dough Shop was a success. Stay tuned for our 2019 schedule, coming soon!
Hours of Operation: TBA
Location: The Hexagon House, 530 Amherst Street, Winchester
Items for sale: Fresh cut greenery, wreaths, baked goods, and local artisan crafts are available for holiday gift-giving and decorating. Books and artwork featuring historic subjects may be available on a year to year basis. Tickets for the Holiday House Tour and memberships to PHW are also available. The Shop offers complimentary hot drinks to its visitors. Get a sneak peek at the Shop layout and artisans.
The Holiday House Tour requires a tremendous amount of effort and energy from volunteers. To make the event successful, PHW is always looking for people to lead tours as docents, provide musical entertainment, or help decorate the homes.
Donations of fresh greenery are also welcome. The Shop is always in need of magnolia, berried holly, nandina berries, boxwood, pine, and other greenery. If you would like to donate greenery, PHW volunteers can trim your trees and bushes for you. Please contact PHW for more information or let us know how you can help.
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