The Santa Clara Historic Home Tour is viewed by many as a Santa Clara tradition The tour is sponsored by the Historic Preservation Society of Santa Clara with the assistance of the Old Quad Residents' Association. Dozens of volunteers work long hours each year to bring you this event, please join our volunteer ranks if you are able to do so. Proceeds from the sale of tickets benefit non-profit groups in Santa Clara and historic preservation projects such as the Santa Clara Senior Center Historic Images Project

The tour shows how vintage buildings have been restored to create delightful homes. Sharing these jewels helps demonstrate the value of keeping historic neighborhoods intact.

The Historic Preservation Society of Santa Clara was founded in 1998 to operate the city-owned Harris-Lass House Museum. It is a nonprofit public benefit corporation composed entirely of volunteers who conduct tours, run the gift shop, raise funds through special events, and do some maintenance and restoration work at the museum. The Old Quad residents' Association was founded in 1979 as an advocacy group for the preservation of local heritage and the 19th century neighborhood known as Santa Clara's Old Quad District. The group's mission is to encourage historically-compatible development (including parks and heritage trees) and foster community spirit in the Quad by hosting social and cultural events.

Prior Years Santa Clara Historic Home Tours:

2017 Tour
2016 Tour
2015 Tour
2014 Tour
2013 Tour
2012 Tour
2011 Tour