Calling all historic home aficionados.

One of Little Rock’s favorite traditions will once again grace the Quapaw Quarter this spring. Now in its 58th year, the annual Tour of Homes will feature historic homes and impactful buildings, all opening their doors for the public to enjoy May 13-14.

"The Tour of Homes is our oldest function and our largest event each year," says Quapaw Quarter Association Executive Director Patricia Blick. "Every tour is an opportunity to showcase and highlight a historic neighborhood, great properties, good preservation work and bring approximately 1,000 people into an area some have previously never visited."

The 2023 tour highlights the Capitol View and Stifft Station historic neighborhoods, featuring six homes during daytime tours and one only accessible during the nighttime candlelit tour and popular Sunday brunch: the historic Woodruff School. 

Homes on the 2023 tour include:

  • 317 Johnson St.
  • 2512 W. Sixth. St.
  • The Stueber House
  • 223 S. Martin St.
  • The Powell House
  • 2500 Grove Circle
  • The Woodruff School (only open Saturday night)

Tours will take place noon-4 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday. The candlelit tour and dinner begin at 5 p.m. Saturday, while Sunday brunch begins at 11 a.m.

If you can't wait until May, the QQA is also hosting a preview party on Monday, April 3, at White Water Tavern complete with food, drinks and live music. 

Proceeds from the tour and other QQA events benefit the nonprofit’s historic preservation programs. Learn more and purchase tickets on the QQA website, and follow along on Facebook and Instagram for the latest.