Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2022 Midtown Holiday Home Tour presented by Ivy Tech Community College! We look forward to seeing you again in 2023. Check back for a save-the-date in the summer. 

Please join us on November 12th & 13th from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the Midtown Holiday Home Tour presented by Ivy Tech Community College.

Buy Tickets in Advance

For day-of tickets, visit 5829 Central Avenue to start your tour. We accept 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 Tour Docents Classic Car Docents



Why attend the Midtown Holiday Home Tour? 

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!


Tour Homes:



5829 Central Avenue




5606 N. Meridian Street
  • Homeowners: Suzanne Davis

  • Decorator: Suzanne Davis

  • Home Sponsor: Hope Plumbing




65 W. 54th Street exterior65 W. 54th Street




4290 N. Meridian Street




3666 Watson Drive exterior3666 Watson Road






Classic Cars:

1967 Corvette Roadster

See this 1967 Corvette Roadster with a 427 4 speed, courtesy of Rick Allen, at 529 Central Avenue.

1955 Chevy Bel Air Coupe

Andy Wolf is the owner of this restored 1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Coupe which will be at 65 W. 54th Street. The car features a 265 cid V8 engine.

1957 Ford Thunderbird Roadster

This restored 1957 Ford Thunderbird Roadster features 4-barrel carbs and a 3-speed manual with overdrive transmission. Find it at 4290 N. Meridian Street courtesy of Stan Cuppy.

1966 Land Rover

This restored 1966 Land Rover is painted British Green and will be dressed for the holidays. Find it on display at 5606 N. Meridian Street courtesy of Dan Williams.

1952 Ford F1 Pick-Up Truck

Visit 3666 Watson Road to see this restored 1952 Ford F1 Pick-Up Truck courtesy of Marvin Brethauer.

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