The 2023 Historic Deutschtown House Tour has been postponed until 2024.
The Historic Deutschtown House Tour is held every 2-3 years.
Historic Deutschtown House Tour
Our self-guided tour featured distinctive restored homes, many built in the late 1800s, along with some modern surprises. Tour-goers can expect a diverse array of interiors, architecture and styles, as well as beautiful gardens.
To get a feel for what to expect, view a photo gallery of the tour in 2014.
Tickets are $15 in advance and will be on sale in mid-2024. If you purchase a ticket online, your name will be on a presale list at the check-in table. Tickets purchased at the check-in table on the day of the event are $20.
Volunteers and Houses wanted!
We’re currently looking for houses for the 2024 tour. If you’re interested in being on this year’s tour, please contact tour organizer Benjamin Weaver email@example.com.
Our tour can only run with the help of many volunteers. Check-in, greeters and house-volunteer opportunities are available. All opportunities have multiple shifts and volunteers can attend the tour for free. Signup to volunteer here.
Where can I park? Free parking is available in the lot adjoining Pittsburgh Grand Hall (entrance near Nash and Avery streets). In addition, parking in the municipal lot on Middle and Foreland streets and parking on any of the neighborhood streets is free, since the tour is on Sunday.
How long will the tour take? The self-guided tour through 8 locations is designed to take approximately 2–3 hours to complete. The tour locations close to visitors at 4 p.m.
Is food available as part of the tour? Though food is not available or allowed in the homes, several area establishments are open for business.
Is the tour wheelchair-accessible? No, it is not. A majority of the tour stops have steps leading up to their entrance and inside.
I can’t make the tour this year. Will there be a tour in 2025? The Historic Deutschtown House Tour is generally held every 2-3 years. The next tour will be in 2026 at the earliest.