In Dallas, April has long been the month of the home tour. With behind-the-scenes peeks at modern abodes, charming Tudors, and everything in between, it’s a month Dallas architecture and real estate lovers look forward to all year. And though April feels like eons away in this moment, the tour-filled month is truly just around the corner. To help you plan, we’re mapping out of a few tours you’ll want to plug into your calendar.
Park Cities Historic Home Tour // April 9
The Details: Four of the neighborhood’s architecturally and historically significant homes will be on display. Guests can also stop by the tour’s 1st annual classic and antique car show at Burleson Park. A portion of the proceeds will be used to preserve and maintain the Park Cities House at Dallas Heritage Village.
Price: Advanced tickets can be purchased at Park Cities Tom Thumb stores for $20 starting the third week of March. Tickets are $25 on the day of the tour.
The Details: Mid-century modern enthusiasts will visit some of the neighborhood’s most eclectic, colorful homes, whose innovative designs helped to shape the northeast side of White Rock Lake.
Price: Advanced tickets are $15 at participating merchants. Tickets are $20 on the day of the tour.
Hollywood Home Tour // April 29-May
The Details: The 25th anniversary of the Hollywood Home Tour features five of the historic community’s whimsical cottages and Tudor homes. A preview auction party will take place on Friday, and Hollywood Art in the Park returns on May 1.
Price: Tickets are $15 at Curiosities starting April 1 and at the featured homes during the tour weekend.
Swiss Avenue Mother’s Day Home Tour // May 7-8
The Details: The history-filled tour returns for its 43rd year along with its special Mother’s Day Brunch in Savage Park. Tour guests will see multiple Classic Prairie Foursquare homes, along with a Spanish Mission Revival, a charming Tudor Revival, and a Dutch Colonial that looks out of a fairy tale.