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Join the Guild of Volunteers for the 12th Annual Holiday House Tour on Saturday, December 3. Concord’s holiday charm will be on full display in these festive, unique houses. Gather your friends and bundle up to enjoy this one-of-a-kind holiday tour!
The theme for 2022’s Holiday House Tour is “Concord Through the Ages”. The tour will showcase some remarkable Concord homes from the 17th century to the 21st century and everything in between. Visit quintessential colonial era New England homes of the early and pre-Revolutionary period. Delight in a lovely Victorian home with a large covered front porch. Walk through homes with ultra modern design that invite nature and light into the interior spaces, and relish the private setting of a stunning contemporary waterfront estate.
Tickets: Members $45; Non-Members $55
Online ticketing has closed. Tickets can be purchased on the day of the tour at the Concord Museum between 10 am and 2 pm. If you purchased your tickets online in advance, please plan to stop by the Concord Museum between 10 am and 2 pm to pick up your ticket booklet and map.
Please note that the Holiday House Tour is intended for adults and children over 10. A ticket is required for each attendee, both adult and child over 10. Adults may bring a baby under 1 who is in a front carrier, at no charge, but strollers are not permitted, no exceptions.
The Holiday House Tour is Rain or Shine! If it’s raining, please consider bringing a plastic bag to store your umbrella in as you tour each home. There will be floor mats to dry your shoes as you enter, and shoe covers to wear over your shoes while in each home.
Please note — photography is not permitted at any of the homes, either inside or outside.
The Holiday House Tour is presented by the Concord Museum’s Guild of Volunteers as a benefit for the Museum’s education initiatives.
Nikki Amodio Design is a full-service interior design studio based in Concord, MA. Her philosophy is client centered, focusing on collected, functional and authentic interiors. Nikki began her career in design as a magazine art director in New York City and Boston. More recently, Nikki started her interior design studio and has been helping clients create their dream spaces. Nikki values strong client relationships and collaboration. Home is more important than ever now, so creating spaces that reflect beauty, function, and delight is paramount. See it all play out on her Instagram!
Barbara Elza Hirsch is a French-American interior designer and the principal of Elza B. Design, Inc. in Concord MA. She brings a unique sense of color and European style to her work, creating laid back and soulful interiors that are both joyful and functional. Her award-winning designs have been featured in numerous publications. Be on the lookout for her upcoming feature of a custom-built Concord home in New England Home magazine in Spring 2023! For this Concord Holiday Tour House, Barbara complements a gorgeous contemporary home with modern and organic touches. When not designing spaces, Barbara enjoys her farmhouse living in Acton, with her family and two vivacious dachshunds. Connect with Barbara on Instagram and Facebook.
Michelle McArdle of Michelle McArdle Designs, Concord, has been a member of the Concord Museum Guild Board for more than eight years. During that time she has planned, organized, and done fabulous decorations for many of the Museum’s fundraising events, including the Holiday House Tour. A gifted and talented designer, Michelle’s interior design and home staging business covers Concord and the Greater Boston area. Michelle lives in Concord and enjoys the company of her two daughters.
Regina Nowselski of Compulsion Interiors specializes in room makeovers and prepping houses for the real estate market. Her work has been featured by Pottery Barn, Benjamin Moore, Boston Interiors and Home Sense. Having been a designer for the Concord Kitchen Tour, Regina is delighted to return to the tour circuit this year for the Concord Museum’s Holiday House Tour. Connect with Regina on Instagram.
Jessika Lewand owns Holiday, a clothing boutique she opened in Beacon Hill twenty years ago. Holiday is now much closer to home located at 44 Main Street (upstairs) in Concord Center. Her passion for all things design spills over to interiors. You can find her endlessly arranging flowers, scouring antique markets, fluffing pillows, and dreaming up where next to hang wallpaper. Jessika and her husband Mark reside in Concord with their 6 year old boy/girl twins and Maine Coon Cat, Louisa May.