A view of homes found part of the Phoenix Windsor Square neighborhood.
Phoenix Windsor Square tours return following hiatus
Staff Reports | Digital Free Press
Named by Money magazine as one of the 10 “Best Big City Neighborhoods to Live In” as well as New Times’ “Best Neighborhood,” Windsor Square is one of the most desirable historic neighborhoods in Phoenix.
And after a break during the pandemic, the biennial Windsor Square Home & Garden Tour is returning from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov, 6.
Participants have the opportunity to tour 10 historic properties — featuring eight homes and two gardens — showcasing some of the latest design trends, while at the same time exploring original classic architectural features dating back to the 1920s, according to a press release.
In addition to the homes on display, visitors will be able to check out offerings of arts and crafts vendors, a beer garden and the Valley’s best food truck fare.
The cost for this year’s 13th biennial tour is $25 day-of-event. However, prior to the event, tickets are available online for $18 (children 12 and under are free).
Want tickets? go here.