Old Town Tustin Home and Garden Tour
Sat., Sept. 24, 2022, 10 am to 3 pm

The Tustin Area Historical Society hosts our popular Old Town Tustin Home and Garden Tour Saturday, September 24, 2022. named The Heart of Tustin: Welcome Home. Our tour is always such a wonderful celebration of Old Town - the homes, the gardens, the people, and the businesses, and we know so many of you look forward to it.

  • Festive Opening Ceremony (9:30 am)
  • Tour of Vintage Homes and Gardens (opening at 10 am)
  • Live Musical Entertainment
  • Vintage Car and Travel Trailer Show
  • Maypole Dance
  • Horse-drawn Trolley
  • Quilt Show by Flying Geese Quilting Guild
  • Guided Tree Walk with Guy Stivers (10:30 am)
  • Expanded Marketplace of Craft Vendors
 

Our start location will be at the Tustin Presbyterian Church courtyard at 225 W. Main St. Tickets will be available at $30 each on the day of the event (or purchase advance sale tickets online at a discount). Wear comfortable walking shoes. The self-guided walking tour will take approximately 90-120 minutes, however, we will also have other events listed above to make your day even more pleasurable. (And don't forget that we have some great local restaurants and coffee shops within walking distance.) Tickets purchased online will be available at the church courtyard for pickup at our Will-Call table.

Here's a map of the start location.

View or download our Home Tour Brochure.

Click links at the bottom of the page to see photos of previous tours - including homes, gardens, cars, and more.

Pre-sale tickets are available now at a discount and can be purchased online either by credit card or PayPal using the link below.


Ticket Purchase




For see photos from previous tours, please click this link.


Museum Open Hours

Our renovated museum is open three days a week: Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10 am to 3 pm, and Saturdays from 11 am until 3 pm. Admission is free to all! Our location is at 395 El Camino Real at Main St.

If you have any questions, email us at tustinmuseum@att.net or leave a message at the museum at 714-731-5701.