May 13-14, 2017
Noon-6 p.m. both days -- RAIN OR SHINE
Tickets are available online and will be available at specified locations soon.
$15 online / $20 weekend of the event

Buy Tickets and Posters

The Fairmount Historic District in Fort Worth, Texas will host the 35th annual Fairmount Tour of Historic Homes, May 13-14 this year. There will be 5 beautiful restored homes on this year's tour as well as a newer build and the Walker-Reeves house as a special bonus property.

Fairmount is located on Fort Worth's popular Southside and is noted as the largest historic district in the southwest filled with beautiful Craftsman bungalows, Prairie-style four squares and Victorian houses.
If you are interested in volunteering, please email our volunteer coordinator at for more information and to sign up for a shift. You do not need to live in Fairmount to volunteer to help! We need docents, ticket takers and help with various other tasks. All volunteers will receive a free ticket to the tour and an invitation to Wine Down. Thank you for your support, we can't have a successful tour without our fabulous volunteers.
Interested in advertising in the home tour booklet? Every home tour visitor will receive a booklet at the tour detailing the houses, their locations and information as well as area businesses. If you'd like to advertise your business in the booklet contact our home tour director, Julie Mathis, at for more information.
HOME TOUR POSTERSHome Tour Poster 2017
Our home tour posters are available for sale on our website! Pre-order a 2017 Home Tour poster TODAY! Posters are $10 each (11×17) and printed on heavy stock suitable for framing. Buy one today!
The Fairmount Tour of Homes highlights the beautiful homes that we have in our historic neighborhood. Each year, 6-10 homes are selected for the tour and hundreds and hundreds of people tour these homes to appreciate the architecture and take a step back in time.

Proceeds from the tour are the primary source of funding for Neighborhood Association endeavors. Recently, the association used profits from past Home Tours to help offset the cost of capital improvement projects such as installing period-style streetlights, replacing signs marking the boundaries of the Historic District, and enhancing area landscaping.

Questions or comments? Contact the home tour committee at


All proceeds from Home Tour are used to benefit the neighborhood.

Copyright © 2016. Fairmount Neighborhood Association. All rights reserved.