The Owensboro Symphony’s Christmas Tour of Homes features exquisite architecture, beautiful furnishings, and gracious hospitality. This intimate tour experience allows guests to look “behind the doors” at some of our city’s most beautiful private residences.
The Annual Christmas Tour of Homes sponsored by Jagoe Homes will feature homes located at 100 Allen Street, 905 Griffith Avenue, 1921 Mayfair Avenue, 109 E. Second Street, and 922 Walnut Street.
On the self-guided tour on Saturday, December 8, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. visitors will see holiday decorating ideas, as each home is spruced up with uniquely adorned Christmas trees, holiday wreaths and an array of twinkling lights, garlands, bells and bows along with several unexpected surprises.
“Our annual Christmas Tour of Homes is a favorite for Owensboro,” said Gwyn Payne, General Manager for the Owensboro Symphony. “People love to see the wide variety of outstanding residences that are each unique in their architectural and interior design.”
Tickets for the self-guided tour are $25 per person in advance or $30 the day of the tour. Tour tickets can be purchased at Kuntry Kutter, 122 East 18th Street; Preservation Station, 9661 State Route 56; Studio Slant, 624 Emory Drive; Trisons, 507 Frederica Street; and Welborn Floral, 920 East 4th Street. Tickets are also available at the Symphony Office, call 270-684-0661 or purchase online at TheOSO.com.
Day-of ticket sales will be available at the Owensboro Symphony Academy, 211 East Second Street, from 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Light refreshments and entertainment will be provided at the Academy throughout the day.
“This is a major fundraiser for the Symphony and we are so appreciative of those who attend and for those who allow us to feature their homes,” Payne said.
Proceeds from the Christmas Tour of Homes support the education and community engagement programs of the Owensboro Symphony Orchestra.