Get in the holiday spirit and see how local residents deck their halls!
The 18th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes (HTOH), presented by the Junior League of Columbus, is back in full swing and in-person. Come kick off the holiday season on Saturday, December 3rd, 2022 from 12-5pm and tour some of the beautiful homes in Dublin.
You’ll receive a program at check-in with a map of homes to tour as well as holiday recipes from our very own Junior League members.
HTOH Early bird tickets (September only)
- $25 per person
- $100 for a holiday bundle of 5 tickets.
HTOH Regular tickets (Starting October 1st)
- $30 per person
- $100 for a holiday bundle of 4 tickets.
HTOH Day of Event Tickets
- $35 each at event check-in.
We will kick off our 18th Annual Holiday Tour of Homes with a special celebration on Friday, November 18th from 6:30-10pm at one of our featured homes on the tour. Guests will enjoy hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, and a signature Holiday cocktail while mingling with friends old and new. There will also be a limited silent auction and raffle for guests to enjoy. Attire is Holiday Chic. Tickets will include the celebration party as well as one ticket to the tour on Saturday, December 3rd.
Kickoff Party/HTOH Early bird tickets (September only)
- $65 per person
Kickoff Party/HTOH Regular tickets (Starting October 1st)
- $75 per person
- $130 for a holiday bundle of 2 tickets.
Purchase your tickets below
Complimentary savory and sweet bites are served in every home.
At each home you will be offered shoe booties or you can opt to take off your shoes and carry them until you exit. Shoes with laces or heels are not recommended. Shoes that slide on and off easily are the best option.
While some homes are close together, you should plan to drive to almost all the homes. For ease of parking, we recommend car-pooling with other attendees in your group.
Under no circumstances can tour attendees park in the driveways of tour destinations. Please plan accordingly.
Proceeds from the Holiday Tour of Homes support the programs and mission of the Junior League of Columbus, which looks to promote volunteerism, develop the potential of women and improve communities through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Today, the Junior League of Columbus, focuses on two main projects. Bridging the G.A.P., launched in 2020, focuses on youth aging out of Foster Care. The League helps Guide, Advocate, and Provide these youth in Central, Ohio. Since 1976, the Kelton House Museum & Garden, focuses on historical house tours, special events, and educational opportunities; including its youth age program surrounding the home’s history as a stop on the Underground Railroad.
Thank you to our event partners and sponsors.