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Usher in the Holiday Season with Historic Boulder’s 36th Annual Homes for the Holidays Tour.

For ONE DAY ONLY guests are being given the chance to walk through some of the most inspiring private homes in Boulder’s Chautauqua Heights neighborhood. This self-guided tour features FIVE distinct residences, dating from 1897 to 1925, including the former home of Astronaut Scott Carpenter and his family.

Tour at your own pace, learn about local history & architecture. enjoy the unique festive décor at each home while ushering in the holiday season.

Ticket Price

$40 Non-member ($50 Day Of)
$30 Members
$20 Students
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FAQs

To protect the privacy of the homeowners, we do not release the map/addresses until tour day.

Yes, all participants must pick up your sticker ticket and tour guide booklet—it’s the admission ticket you will show to enter each house.  The stickers and tour booklet it will be available for pick up starting at 9:00 am at the Highland City Club.

Yes, Tickets will be available on the day of the event at the Highland City Club – 885 Arapahoe Avenue, Boulder CO 80302  The Day-Of Ticket price is $50 so you are encouraged to buy your tickets in advance.

No interior photos allowed to respect the privacy of the homeowners.

Yes, children are allowed on the tour. Children 12 or under attending the tour must be accompanied by an adult at all times. Children under 5 years of age do not need a ticket but must be carried at all times. No strollers allowed in homes.

No, This tour is self guided, you may start at any location and finish at any location. You may visit the homes anytime between 9am – 5:00 pm. Peak hours for the tour are 1-3 pm so plan accordingly.

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The New Local

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