Join us November 13th & 14th 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the return of the Midtown Holiday Home Tour presented by Ivy Tech Community College.

After a brief pause in 2020 due the pandemic, this nearly 40 year running tour features some of Indy’s most remarkable homes. As Indianapolis celebrates its Bicentennial, visit some of the historic homes built by families that have played an important role in shaping the city’s history.

Buy Advance Tickets here.
For Day-of Tickets, visit the Parry Mansion to start your tour. (Credit/Debit Card Sales Only)

Want to Volunteer?

Volunteers receive a courtesy ticket for themselves and a guest. To Volunteer, visit one of the links below:
Home Docent
Classic Car Docent

Proceeds from the tour support Midtown Indy, a nonprofit community service organization working to cultivate an equitable, healthy, and sustainable community in which stakeholders of all incomes, backgrounds, and races have access to the resources they need to thrive! Learn more about the work of Midtown Indy here.

Masks will be required for all attendees. To promote social distancing, entry to homes will be staggered. To purchase tickets on days of Tour, please visit the The Parry Mansion located at 3650 Spring Hollow to begin your tour.

Tour homes include:

The Parry Mansion
3650 Spring Hollow
Homeowners: Dr. J. P. & Mrs. Shannon Gentile
Decorators: Mrs. Gentile & Charles Mayer
Home Sponsor: Bedel Financial
The Hare-Tarkington House
4270 N. Meridian Street
Tim & Doris Anne Sadler
Decorators: Jenni Egger Designs & Bliss Event Design
Home Sponsor: Mark Holeman Landscape
4909 N. Meridian Street
Dr. Jose Morena & Dr. Victoria Golebiowski
First head host: Chad Leitschuh
Second head host: Ed Talucci
Decorators: Engledow
Home Sponsor: Good Living Indy

Custom classic cars, including several from Indianapolis-based manufacturers, will also be on display at each home.

This 1941 Cadillac Convertible Coupe owned by Jeff Shively, will be on display at the Hare-Tarkington Home.

1924 Cole 890 Royal Master Body, owned by Mark Olson will return to Colehaven for the Holiday Home Tour. It is the last car Mr. Cole owned before he died. The car probably spent many a night in the Colehaven garage.

Matt Whetstone is the owner of this rare 1913 Overland Model 69 Roadster that will be on display at the Parry Mansion.



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