61th Annual Home Tours

Brought to you by OId Island Restoration Foundation

Friday, December 29 & Saturday, December 30   

Friday, January 15 & Saturday, January 16 

Friday, February 12 & Saturday, February 13 

Friday, March 12 & Saturday, March 13  

ADULTS: early bird (up to two weeks prior to tour) $35.00; regular price $45.00.
Children 12 & under are FREE w/ accompanying adult.

Friday 13 Saturday 14

Friday 13 Saturday 14

Friday 13 Saturday 14

Friday 13 Saturday 14

10:00 am – 1:00 pm
Start your tour at anyone of the homes on the list below
The Oldest House Museum, 322 Duval Street
Key West, FL 33040 United States
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The annual Key West Home Tours™ is one of the oldest and longest-running home tours in America, with the first tour in 1960. Old Island Restoration Foundation (OIRF) conducts the tours and they are funded in part by our generous supporters. Each tour features five lovely homes and gardens reflecting the varied tastes and originality of their owners.

You will be enchanted by exquisite restorations, creative renovations and delightful interiors featuring art collections, antiques, and much more. All proceeds from the tours stay in our local community fulfilling OIRF’s mission of “Celebrating and sustaining Key West’s unique architecture, culture, and history.” Grants are provided to local homeowners and non-profits to fix up their buildings in the historic district, scholarships are provided to Key West High School students and funds are used to maintain Key West Oldest House Museum and Garden.

March Home Tour House Descriptions

1519 Florida Street:  A 1950s family compound of three separate houses include 1515 Florida Street and 1400 Johnson, formerly a doctor’s office. All are bound together by a private courtyard and feature tropical gardens, colorful art collections and inventive décor.

1402 Johnson Street:  Gutted and raised during a 2018-2019 renovation, this charming 2bed/2bath home was built in the 1940s and perfectly exemplifies space redesigned and well used for compact living.

1316 Laird Street:  Built in 1918, the locally known “5-door Schoolhouse” offers spacious living that was expanded with an addition in 1993. Exceptional indoor-outdoor living includes pool house and guest house.

816 Eaton Street:  The elegant “eyebrow house” is a uniquely Key West architectural style. Its more than 2000sf of living space was completely renovated in 2013-14, with much of the Dade-county pine walls salvaged.

March Home Tour Tickets include FREE Admission to HTA’s newest Key West History Museum, Sails to Rails Museum at Flagler Station.  Free admission good only on Friday, March 13 & Saturday, March 14.  Hours 1pm-5pm.  Please present your Key West Home Tour ticket for admission.  Location: 901 Caroline Street.


NOTE: There is no transportation offered between homes during this event. This is a walking or biking tour.