2024 Tour of Homes: April 26-28 | Festival: Sat April 27 & Sun April 28

Tour of Homes

Friday, Saturday & Sunday

April 26-28 | 12-4pm 

Step right into our 2024 Tour to check out the amazingly diverse offerings we have in store for you this year. Visit the Inman Park United Methodist Church, which has been on tour every year since 1972. Enjoy all the amazing homes and the fabulous garden on the 2024 tour, stroll our beautiful tree-lined streets, and we think you’ll understand why Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes is still Atlanta’s best-loved neighborhood event.

52nd Inman Park Tour of Homes

Check back soon for the full list of homes on tour.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
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Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
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Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
Sponsored by:

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.

The flat is used for short-term rentals, often to members of Atlanta’s film industry. Natural light fills each room from the multitude of windows. The eclectic decor features paintings by Jon’s mother. The large master suite incorporates an old sleeping porch converted to a dressing room and master bath. The first-floor apartment boasts new bathrooms, an updated kitchen, and a bright sunroom opening up to a new rear deck.

Heart pine (upstairs) and oak (downstairs) hardwood floors gleam throughout the house. Many of the original fireplace tiles have been restored, as have steam radiators which stand as proud reminders of the home’s vintage, although they are no longer needed for heat. Jon’s interest in urban farming can be seen behind the house in the beautifully designed vegetable garden, which backs up to the gymnasium of the former Bass High School, now Bass Lofts Apartments.
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Important Details

  • One child under 12, no ticket required, may accompany and be supervised by each ticketed adult.
  • Tour tickets are valid for the entire weekend of Festival but each house can only be visited once per ticket.
  • Digital tickets may be used as is with QR codes (photo IDs required), or may be exchanged for paper tickets during Festival. 

Tour of Homes History

The Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes originated in 1972. Pioneering neighbors on that first tour opened their newly purchased homes to showcase their ongoing restoration efforts. The once grand neighborhood had gone through desperate times since its beginnings in 1889. The purpose of the first Tour was to persuade mortgagers and insurance companies that this run-down, red-lined neighborhood was worthy of their investments, and to convince politicians and the public that this unique, historic neighborhood was deserving of support. The rest is history, for thus began Atlanta’s first and longest-running neighborhood festival and the largest festival in Georgia that is run totally by volunteers.
That first Tour of Homes included 25 stops, among them houses, gardens, and other historic sites, all for a ticket price of one dollar. In subsequent years, our tour has continued to offer something for everyone, showcasing Victorians, Bungalows, American Four-squares, Classic Revivals, American Small Houses, townhomes, and loft conversions in former industrial buildings.
A few years later in the 1980s, when yet another challenge arose, proceeds from the Inman Park Festival and Tour of Homes helped fund lawsuits in city, county, and state ourts against the Georgia Department of Transportation and other entities during the ten-year battle to prevent a planned six-lane highway from destroying Inman Park and other in-town neighborhoods.

Using Digital Vouchers


You may use a digital voucher in either of the following ways:

  1. Take your voucher to the Tour of Home ticket table to exchange it for a physical ticket booklet, which you may present at each home you wish to visit. (You will not have to show your ID at each home if you are using a paper ticket.)
  2. Show your voucher with the QR or barcode (either on your phone or printed on paper) at the door of each home along with your photo ID (preferably a driver’s license) for admission. The name on the ID must match the name on the voucher. If there is a discrepancy, you will be asked to proceed to the Tour of Homes ticket table for clarification. Paper tickets will be available for sale at the ticket table during Inman Park Festival Tour of Homes hours. Digital vouchers may be purchased online at any time during Festival weekend. No entry to homes on tour will be granted without either a paper ticket booklet or a voucher with photo identification.
Tour of Homes Ticket Table
Located on Euclid Ave at Elizabeth St.
Hours:
Friday, April 28: 11 AM–4 PM
Saturday, April 29: 11 AM–4 PM
Sunday, April 30: 11 AM–3 PM