2019 Holiday Parlor Tour Ticket


Pick up for House Tour Tickets is at the Ticket Booth located just inside the Lafayette Park entrance at the corner of Mississippi and Lafayette.

Online ticket sales end at 5 PM on Saturday, December 7, 2019. Limited day of tickets may be purchased at the Park House on Sunday, December 8, beginning at 9:30 am.



Lafayette Square Holiday Parlor Tour

Advance tickets can also be purchased at the following Lafayette Square businesses.  The ticket price is $25 per ticket and will be available at these locations from November 14 to December 6.  Children under 12 are free.

  • Forrest Gallery
  • Four Muddy Paws (tickets also available at their Edwardsville, IL location)
  • Looking Glass Design
  • Park Avenue Coffee
  • Polite Society
  • Square One Brewery and Distillery
  • SqWires Restaurant and Annex
  • Mayo Ketchup

Experience the wonder of the holiday season by touring Lafayette Square on Sunday, Dec. 8 from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm. The self-guided Holiday Parlor Tour begins at the Park House, 2023 Lafayette, where tour-goers pick up their tickets, starting at 9:30 am. This year’s tour features unique homes, including Victorian-era “painted ladies” and two apartments in a beautifully renovated historic building that once housed canvas awnings and mops. Visitors are also in for a musical treat; singers from Opera Theatre St. Louis will perform songs of the season at one of the tour homes.

The day-long celebration includes a Holiday Market in the Fountain Plaza on Park Avenue where visitors can shop for unique gifts, art, Lafayette Square merchandise, and sample delicious offerings from Lafayette Square’s top-rated restaurants. A feature not to be missed in the market is special guest, Santa! Tour-goers can also ride in a horse-drawn carriage through beautiful Lafayette Park.

A trolley is available to transport tour-goers around the neighborhood.

A limited number of day of tour tickets are $30 per person. Children under 12 are free.

The Lafayette Square Holiday Parlor Tour is presented by the Lafayette Square Restoration Committee (LSRC), a non-profit neighborhood organization, which seeks to facilitate the preservation and redevelopment of Lafayette Square, respecting its special historic character and enhancing its overall livability.