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The Minneapolis-St. Paul Home Tour

Saturday, April 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Sunday, April 25 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

It’s the 23rd Annual Minneapolis & Saint Paul Home Tour, a free, self-guided event in celebration of city living and home improvement inspiration. A total of 27 neighborhoods and more than 50 homes are represented on the Home Tour this year. Take advantage of this event to talk with others about a future remodeling project and to get fresh ideas for your current home.

Here’s what you’ll find when and if you go this year:

  • Homeowners sharing their remodeled home and stories,
  • Professionals sharing how they help clients with remodeling, expanding and building, and
  • Classes and informative talks.

The Home Tour Guide is available around town near newspaper stands, in libraries (while quantities last) and online at www.MSPHomeTour.com. The Guide groups homes geographically and provides icons for highlighting specific interests:

  • Whole-house renovations
  • Space additions, basement or attic finishing
  • Kitchen remodel
  • Bathroom remodel/addition
  • Historic preservation/adaptation
  • Green construction or solar features
  • Landscaping
  • New construction

Homes are also rated for accessibility relative to the number of steps. You’ll be asked to remove your shoes so wear easy to remove shoes if you have them. Shoe coverings will be provided as well for those who prefer not to remove their shoes. The Home Tour takes place regardless of weather conditions.

Home Tour Passports are issued at the first home you visit. You’re asked to show your passport at each subsequent home you visit.

Complete the survey on the back of the passport and return it to the reception table at the last house you visit. Completing and turning in the survey allows you to be entered into a drawing to win a free professional design consultation. Ten free consultations will be given away through the drawing process.

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