On Tour Day, print out your payment confirmation receipt email and bring it to Will Call, in the Ticket
Room at the Hotel Gallery located at 101 East Main Street, to receive your ticket for the tour. Will Call is open from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
Preview Night tickets are available online starting September 1 st and at Tipp Monroe Community
Services starting November 1 st .
How do I get to the Christmas in the Village Home Tour?
The charming and historic downtown district of Tipp City, Ohio is quite easy to access from I-75. From I-75, take exit 68 (OH-571/ West Milton-Tipp City). Follow the signs to Tipp City and continue driving east over the railroad tracks. The Ticket Room is located in the Hotel Gallery on the left at the corner of Second and Main Streets (101 E. Main St.).
Parking can be found on Main St. or on the side streets in the downtown district.
On Tour Day, start at the Ticket Room in the Hotel Gallery at 101 E. Main St. located at the corner of Second and Main Streets. If you have placed an on-line order, exchange your receipt for a ticket at Will Call. If you already have a ticket, check out the historical displays of featured home, indulge in some complimentary Christmas goodies, or catch the shuttle to either end of the Christmas in the Village Tour.
Upon completion of payment, please print out the confirmation receipt email and bring it with you to Will Call, in the Hotel Gallery on the left at the corner of Second and Main Streets (101 E. Main St.),
to receive your ticket for the tour. Will Call is open from 10:00 AM – 4:00 PM.
Downtown Tipp City Partnership Partnership (DTCP) is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization and a National Trust for Historic Preservation and Heritage Ohio organization. The DTCP is the leading advocate for downtown business and property owners. We directly serve the business owners, property owners, and residents of Downtown Tipp City Partnership, but our work also impacts the surrounding comunity and visitors. A healthy, active, economically strong town cneter supports stable property values, good schools, and civic involvement throughout the City, not just in the downtown area.