Holiday House Tour & Tea

  • You're Invited
    You're Invited

    Join us for the 74th Annual Holiday House Tour and Tea on Saturday, December 9, 2023.

    We are thrilled to return to our traditional in-person format this holiday season, offering tours of three stunning homes in addition to a visit to the historic IPC Sanctuary and an Afternoon Tea option in the IPC Great Hall. Come back to this page in October to see the homes featured on this year’s IPC Holiday House Tour.

  • Ticket Sales Begin on November 1
    Ticket Sales Begin on November 1

    You will be able to purchase tickets online, at IPC (3100 Highland Avenue, 35205) during daily office hours, and at each home on the day of the Tour. Don’t forget that Holiday House tickets make a great gift for friends and family!

    Tickets for the in-person home tour are priced at $40, while the ticket that includes the home tour and Afternoon Tea at IPC is available for $75. Children are welcome to attend with a parent for $20.

  • The 74th Holiday House Tour and Tea
    The 74th Holiday House Tour and Tea

    The Afternoon Tea will be held in the IPC Great Hall, also adorned in festive décor, where you can enjoy a delightful assortment of finger sandwiches, homemade treats, and delicious sweets from our beloved Holiday House Cookbook.

    The event runs all day and creates wonderful opportunities for you to spend time with loved ones during the Advent Season.

  • In Our Community
    In Our Community

    Of importance, Holiday House is not only a fun-filled event but also a vital part of IPC's community outreach, generating funds for programs that directly benefit women and children in need.

    Learn more about IPC, its history, and our work in the community»

A Longstanding Holiday Tradition

For more than 73 years, IPC's Holiday House has attracted thousands of visitors from our community and all over the South, both in person and virtually. We invite all to join us for this year’s fundraising event as we showcase beautiful homes and IPC's Sanctuary, all decorated for the holiday season.

A Look Back at Previous Tours

In the News