You're Invited to the 39th Annual
Grant Park Candlelight Tour of Homes
Saturday, December 14
Sunday, December 15
One of the most eagerly anticipated events of the holiday season in Atlanta, Historic Grant Park’s Candlelight Tour of Homes first began in 1980 as a benefit for a pioneering community daycare center.
Over the years, the tour has grown and evolved into a fundraiser for three cherished community organizations: St. Paul United Methodist Church (UMC), Grant Park Cooperative Preschool (GPCP), and Grant Park Parent’s Network (GPPN).
The Candlelight Tour provides an intimate and charming way to experience both the past and present of the historic Grant Park neighborhood. And you’ll soon realize that “Candlelight Tour” isn’t just a slogan, as you’ll be enchanted by the warm glow of candles and holiday lights at every stop.
There is hardly a more delightful way to experience the Grant Park neighborhood, which was founded by Col. Lemuel P.Grant in 1885, and consists largely of original Victorian, Queen Anne and Craftsman homes that were constructed between 1885–1910.
This year we have partnered with the Historic Oakland Foundation to offer a special combo ticket for both Oakland Cemetery's Holiday Tour of Eternal Homes at Victorian Holiday and the Grant Park Candlelight Tour of Homes for $35 each, which includes a special 75-minute holiday tour of Oakland Cemetery that starts at 3:15 p.m. This tour is limited to 25 participants and we expect it to sell out, so purchase your combo ticket now!
Please visit our www.candlelighttourofhomes.com to learn more about our other events during the tour, such as our Artists' Market, Candlelight Concert, Children's Christmas Pageant Dress Rehearsal, and Winter Wonderland. We'll post more details as they become available.
Tickets are $20 each if purchased online by Friday, December 13. On the day of the tour, tickets can be purchased at St. Paul UMC for $25 each. Save by buying your tickets now by clicking on the button below!