Feel the joy of the season while supporting great causes by touring beautiful and historic homes across Huntington Township.
Visit the  Holiday House Tour hosted by the North Shore Holiday House and those conducted by both the
Huntington Historical Society and Northport Historical Society. 


photo courtesy of North Shore Holiday House

November 30th: North Shore Holiday House

North Shore Holiday House is an independent, not-for-profit organization, that has provided free summer experiences to more than 200 Long Island children from low-income communities. Tour beautiful Lloyd Harbor area homes that are professionally decorated for the holiday season. A delicious lunch, compliment of Honu Kitchen & Cocktails in Huntington is included in the $85 ticket price. At lunch you will get to see and the opportunity to purchase tickets for wonderful raffle baskets. A $50 ticket option is also available which is just for the tour not the luncheon.  Click here for photos of past events and more information about NSHH


photo courtesy of the Huntington Historical Society

December 3rd: Huntington Historical Society's Historic Holiday House Tour

Each year in December the Huntington Historical Society arranges tours of local residences that date from Colonial times. The owners of these houses, open their homes as a service to the community and the Society, to demonstrate life styles throughout our country’s history. Every year the tour is unique, with a different theme. Also have the opportunity to tour the Society's two decorated house museums. A scrumptious array of refreshments is offered at the Conklin Barn. Tickets and sponsorships go towards the ongoing work of the Huntington Historical Society. Click here to purchase tickets and for more information. 


photo courtesy of Northport Historical Society

December 10th:  Northport Historical Society's Holiday House Tour

“Homes for the Holidays” is a holiday-inspired self-guided tour of houses and historic sites ~beautifully decorated for the holidays! You won’t want to miss this wonderful Northport tradition.This year we have the iconic Thompson Building, built in 1889, on the tour, as well as many other eclectic places. Tour goers will enjoy  music, sweet treats, and surprises along the way!
Click her to purchase tickets and for more information.