All the information you need for getting around the tour on October 26th is below! Plus, the 2019 Tour Book is here! It includes more information about the architects, residences, products and materials. It is also a good guide for getting around on Tour Day.
Residences are open for self-guided touring between 9AM – 5PM. If you would like, there are a few events throughout the day!
Start at any house and go at your own pace. Signs will be posted at each residence to designate parking areas.
812 Runnymede Road
Raleigh, NC 27607
4709 Cypress Ford Drive
Fuquay-Varina, NC 27526
5 North Swain Street
Raleigh, NC 27601
109 Georgetown Road
Raleigh, NC 27608
44 Cedar Street
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
723 Holden Street
Raleigh, NC 27604
130 Hunt Street
Durham, NC 27701
123 Hillcrest Road
Raleigh, NC 27605
– Houses are open for self-guided touring 9AM – 5PM; architects and docents are available for questions.
– Tickets, confirmation email, or money for Tour Day admission.
– A map is included with your ticket, but a GPS, or smart phone with QR reader, is a good aid. Look for our AIA Triangle Home Tour signs!
– Slip-on shoes (some houses require sock-feet or booties, booties are provided).
– Good walking shoes.
– Depending on weather, umbrella and sunscreen. Tour will take place rain-or-shine.
– Photography is allowed, please be courteous as these are private residences. You may also wnat a notepad & pencil can help record ideas.
– No toilet facilities are available on the tour; please plan accordingly.
– Please leave water & snacks in the car.