Candlelight Tour Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I pick up my ticket for the tour?
Even though you purchased a ticket online, you don’t need a physical ticket to go on the Candlelight Tour of Homes. Instead, you’ll present a tour booklet to the volunteer at the entrance of each featured home before entering.
If you purchased tickets online before the tour, you’ll pick up your tour booklet at the ticket table at St. Paul United Methodist Church (UMC) on Saturday, December 10, or Sunday, December 11, between 5:30–9:30 PM.
If you did not buy ticks online, you’ll purchase and pick up your tour booklet at the ticket table at St. Paul UMC on Saturday, December 10, or Sunday, December 11, between 5:30–9:30 PM.
Are children allowed on the tour?
Children under 12 may attend the Candlelight Tour for free. Children 12 and above will need a tour booklet to attend the tour.
Will I be able to see the inside of the featured homes on the Candlelight Tour?
Yes, after presenting your tour booklet to the volunteer at the entrance, you’ll be able to walk through the featured homes. However, homeowners might have some areas closed off for your safety, to confine pets, or for other reasons.
Are restrooms available on the Candlelight Tour?
Restrooms are available at St. Paul UMC. Unfortunately, bathrooms are unavailable in the homes featured on the tour.
Is there a shuttle service during the Candlelight Tour?
No shuttle service is offered during the tour. Some of the featured homes may be close enough to each other that you can walk to them; however, you’ll most likely need a car to drive to all of the featured houses. Street parking should be available near all of the featured homes.
Will food be available for purchase during the Candlelight Tour?
The Artists Market will also feature a bake sale where you can get a baked good and hot beverage for a donation.
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