Historic Home Tour

You’re Invited!

Historic Roosevelt is deeply rooted in historic preservation and features a blend of adaptive reuse, residential, commercial and mixed-uses living side by side with public-friendly transit, parks and renowned culinary destinations. The result is a thriving and diverse community of residents, local artists and businesses.

The Historic Roosevelt Home Tour is the primary fundraiser for our neighborhood and provides funds for community-building and place-making, promoting livability, beautification, advocacy and education. This includes neighborhood holiday parties and luminarias, movie nights, neighborhood clean-up, crime prevention education, tree-planting, beautification, and art. Information on these initiatives will be available at the Home Tour.

The Historic Roosevelt Home Tour is organized by the Roosevelt Action Association, a team of volunteers who live in and advocate for the neighborhood. We look forward to sharing all the things we love about our wonderful Roosevelt Historic Neighborhood.

Tour Tickets Now Available

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Tickets can also be purchased day of the event at the tickets booth (cash or credit card) located at the corner of Portland St. and 3rd Avenue.

For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

F&B Options

Roosevelt is home to some of the best restaurants in Phoenix! Stay tuned for special offers just for ticket buyers.

A Day to Enjoy Phoenix’s History

The Historic Roosevelt Neighborhood Home Tour by the Roosevelt Action Association features many historic properties from Phoenix’s first “suburb.” Come learn about early Phoenix history by taking a rare glimpse into history and architecture of Historic Roosevelt’s homes.

The Historic Roosevelt Neighborhood is a modern name for a series of neighborhoods that grew North of the city between 1893 and 1930 and it spans from McDowell to Van Buren and from Central Ave to 7th Avenue. The Roosevelt Action Association hosts a family friendly and informative historical home tour where you can explore turn-of-the-century architecture (Bungalows, Neoclassical, Tudor, Period Revival and Southwest Vernacular Homes). The tour usually takes place on in the Fall season.

For more information, check out the Frequently Asked Questions.

See Past Tour Homes

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Historic Home Map

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