Hoboken House Tour

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Tickets are still available for the 32nd Annual Hoboken House Tour which will be held on Sunday, October 21st from 10am-4pm. The tour will feature approximately 10 homes and condominiums, plus special points of interest. The homes are kindly opened to visitors by Museum supporters to help raise funds for the many events and programs the Hoboken Historical Museum organizes annually. This self-guided walking tour takes about two to three hours and this year they will be offering uptown and downtown ticket options, making it very convenient for Harlow residents to pick up their tickets.


The tour offers an outstanding collection of homes, which appeals to fans of mod, eclectic décor and traditional.  Last year some of the highlights were:

  • A beautiful uptown townhome with gorgeous period details and stunning contemporary decor
  • A Bloomfield St home with carefully restored 1870s-era plaster molding complete with all modern-day conveniences
  • A spectacular home with great style on Castle Point Terrace complete with an outdoor pool
  • A stunning home on Garden Street featuring local art, salvaged treasures and a modern kitchen
  • Several newly finished homes and condos with unique features, such as a 1,000 SF wrap-around terrace, a three-story central atrium, and a stunning art studio.


Homes may be visited in any order and once you check in, you will be given a map and tour program/booklet with details of each home. The Hoboken House Tour is a lot of fun and attracts people from all over Hudson County and even the suburbs of northern New Jersey.


If tickets are not sold out, they will be offering a limited amount of same day tickets available at either of the Museums: Fire Department Museum at 213 Bloomfield Street, Hoboken or Historical Museum at 1301 Hudson Street, Hoboken.


Hoboken Historical Museum

1301 Hudson Street

(201) 656-2240