House Tours

The 39th Christmas House Tour returns to historic Georgetown and features four stunning homes decorated in “Mistletoe and Holly” for the holidays.  The residences on this year’s Tour are beautifully restored examples of period architecture, and we are so grateful to the families who have opened their homes to support this event.  Each house will feature local floral designers’ seasonal creations, tours from community docents, and live carols and holiday music from the talented students at St. Albans.  The Georgetown neighborhood is always scenic but never more so than in the holiday season.

This year’s guests will have the opportunity to tour private homes including a former Washington Post columnist’s renovated Victorian with attached carriage house, a recently renovated spacious free-standing home with large backyard (especially rare for Georgetown), an Italianate “villa” with 13’ ceilings and a stunning circular staircase, and a home built during the Civil War and previously owned by the chief Washington correspondent for the New York Times.

For the safety and privacy of our gracious home owners, we do not release addresses in advance. Please plan to arrive at St. Albans Senior Circle, which is the main entrance to the school, and take our complimentary shuttles to, from and in between the houses. Programs that profile each of the homes, including their addresses, will be available at the school and on the shuttles.  Once you arrive in Georgetown, the homes are within walking distance of one another.  Parking Info for CHT.

Proceeds from House Tour tickets go directly to the St. Albans Parents Association to benefit teachers, students and our STA community. 

December 3, 11am-4pm
December 4, 10am-4pm