The Details

Important information to help you plan your tour experience.

WHAT: A self-guided home tour showcasing mid-century modern and contemporary modern homes.

WHEN: Saturday April 27 and Sunday April 28, 2019.  The homes are open 12 pm to 5 pm each day.  Ticket Will Call at Hexter Elementary is open from 11 am to 4 pm each day.

WHERE: You can start the tour at Hexter Elementary to buy your tickets and/or to pick-up your online tickets.  Or, you can start your tour at any of our homes!  You can purchase a ticket at any home.

COST:   During tour weekend, tickets are $20 each and can be purchased at each home on the tour and also at Hexter Elementary. Children 12 and under are free.

More About Tickets

  • ONLINE TICKET BUYERS:  You do NOT need your printed online ticket, just arrive at Hexter Elementary on tour weekend (starting at 11 am) and provide your name. You will be given a printed ticket program.
  • You can purchase tickets during tour weekend at any home on the tour, and at the Hexter Cafe for $20 each.
  • Tickets are good for either or both days.
  • Each tour home may be visited only once.
  • The tour homes may be visited in any order.
  • Tour homes are open Saturday and Sunday 12 pm until 5 pm.
  • Children 12 and under are free and do not need tickets.
  • All sales are final, no refunds will be provided.
  • All ticket money is donated directly to Hexter Elementary School.

What happens at the White Rock Home Tour?

  • If you bought your ticket online, go to Hexter Elementary Will Call to pick-up your paper ticket(s).
  • If you need to buy a ticket, you can go to any home on the tour, OR Hexter Elementary.
  • This is a self-guided tour.  You drive and park at the homes.
    THIS YEAR, OUR TWO HOMES ON FOREST TRAIL DON’T HAVE STREET PARKING.  THEREFORE, PLEASE TAKE OUR SHUTTLES FROM A PARKING LOT AT 9601 WHITE ROCK TRAIL, STARTING AT 11:30 AM.
  • Once you safely park and arrive at a tour home, you will be welcomed by tour volunteers who will either: (1) check your printed ticket, or (2) assist you to purchase a ticket.
  • At these homes, you will need to put on shoe covers over your shoes, or remove your shoes if you’re wearing socks:

10033 Lake Highlands Place
8828 Capri
6522 Trammel
2408 Loving

At these homes, you can wear sock or bare feet. No booties and no shoes:
8020 Forest Trail
8034 Forest Trail

At this home, you can wear shoes:
10249 East Lake Highlands

  • WRHT Docents (usually parent volunteers and teachers at Hexter Elementary) will guide you through the home and will happily answer any questions you have about the home.
  • None of our homes this year have photography restrictions, so feel free to snap away and share your photos on social media.
  • Enjoy the experience of touring each home and have a wonderful time! We hope you will be inspired by the architecture, interior design and landscape architecture. Most of all, we appreciate your support of the White Rock Home Tour and Hexter Elementary. See you April 27 and 28, 2019!

Frequently Asked Questions + Answers

Q:  Is this a rain or shine event?
A:  Yes! The tour must go on!! Rain or shine, a home tour is a great way to spend a rainy day.  Bring your umbrella and we’ll be ready for whatever Mother Nature has planned.  TOUR LIFE HACK:  if it’s raining, please wear shoes that can easily be removed and wear booties or sock feet inside the homes — this prevents having wet shoes and therefore wet booties.  Thank you!

Q:  Must I wear booties inside the homes?
A:  Yes – everyone (children included) must wear the provided booties or sock feet inside 4 of our tour homes:  Capri, Trammel, Lake Highlands Place and Loving.  Please plan ahead to wear shoes that are easily removed that you can wear with socks, or, wear shoes that are easily covered with the booties.  For the two homes on Forest Trail, you will not wear booties –please remove your shoes and tour in either bare feet or sock feet.  We appreciate your help with this!

Q:  Is the WRHT kid-friendly?
A:  ABSOLUTELY! The White Rock Home Tour is a fun event for the entire family.  Children 12 and under are free.  We ask that parents hold the hands of small, rambunctious children inside the homes around fragile art and home goods.

Q:  Is the WRHT pet-friendly?
A:  We allow small pets only if they are carried or kept in a bag.

Q:  Is photography allowed inside the homes?
A:  YES.  We encourage you to snap away and share your photos.

Q:  Is this booklet/program thing my actual ticket?
A:  YES.  The booklet IS the ticket.  Present your booklet to volunteers at each home to gain admittance into the home.  Notice the back cover is a check-list of all the homes.  Volunteers (usually Hexter Elementary students) will check-off each home as you visit.

Be sure to stop by Hexter Elementary) open from 11 am – 4 pm both Saturday and Sunday during the tour for food/drink,  restrooms & more!  Come check-out our wonderful school!

GET MAP & PARKING INFO

Please pick-up your on-line tickets at Hexter Elementary Will Call

ONLINE TICKET BUYERS:  please pick-up your paper ticket(s) at HEXTER ELEMENTARY WILL CALL (9720 Waterview Road, Dallas, 75218) from 11 am until 4 pm on tour weekend.

You don’t need to bring your printed Eventbrite ticket, we just need your name.  Thank you for your help as we centralize online-ticket pick-up at Hexter Elementary.  We look forward to seeing you April 27 and 28!


If you don’t want to stop by Hexter Will Call to pick-up your paper ticket, you can go to any home on the tour and give your name to the ticket takers, and they’ll welcome you into the home…however, they won’t have your PAPER TICKET at the home.