When: Saturday, December 12 and Sunday, December 13 from 5 to 7 p.m. each night.
Where: Visitors will also get tour of the following:
- Phillip Catholic Church – Old Sanctuary, 113 2nd Ave. South
- Cumberland Presbyterian, 615 W. Main Street
- Lotz House, 1111 Columbia Avenue
- Ty’s House – Hard Bargain Association, 608 Mt. Hope Street
- O’More College of Design, 423 S. Margin Street
- Landmark Booksellers, 114 East Main Street
- The home of Lisa and Brian Beathard, 704 Fair Street
- The home of Kelly and Chad Dannenfelser, 315 Fourth Ave. South
- The home of Ann Johnson, 1211 Carnton Lane
- The home of Lydia and Tom Miller, 1328 Carnton Lane
- The home of Erika and Marcus Frazier, 1508 Holmes Circle
- The home of Rebecca and John Burns, 1136 Carnton Lane
Cost: Advance tickets are $30 per person or two for $55 and include a tour of all homes and churches. Tickets at the door on Dec. 12 and 13 are $32 per person or two for $60. Groups of 10 or more are $25 each. Please note that tickets are non-refundable.
Details: Visitors will enjoy the various styles of holiday decorations. For example, the Lotz House is decorated as it would have been in the mid-1800’s during the time period of the 1864 Battle of Franklin. The dining table will feature fresh pulled cotton, harvested nuts, fresh apples, magnolia leaves and holly for decorations. It makes the visitor feel as if they have stepped back in time to the days of the Lotz family celebrating the holidays.
Benefit: Homes for the Holidays Candlelight Tour benefits Bridges Domestic Violence Center and historic preservation
Register: Tickets will be available at these locations:
- Lotz House, 1111 Columbia Avenue or by visiting lotzhouse.com
- Bridges Domestic Violence Center by calling 615-599-8064 or by visiting bridgesdvc.org
- Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, 150 4th Avenue North G-250
- Rebecca’s Furniture and Design, 117 3rd Avenue North
- FirstBank, 510 Columbia Avenue, Suite 106