Heritage Tour of Historic Homes & Buildings

Saturday, Dec. 10 & Sunday, Dec. 11, 2022        noon to 5 pm both days

West Volusia Historical Society presents an unforgettable tour of 8 historic homes and 4 historic buildings ready for the holiday season.

This year’s tour features three DeLand neighborhoods: two areas in the Old Northwest Historic District, one near Stetson University and one closer to downtown DeLand, both of which were developed in the early 1900s; and the Historic Yemassee Neighborhood, which contains some of the oldest buildings (1890s through 1920s) associated with DeLand’s black commercial life.

$30 per person in advance; $35 on days of event. Admission fee is good for both days. Tickets are NOT refundable.

To make reservations:

  • call 386.740-6813             
  • stop by the Conrad Center during our office hours: Tuesday - Saturday, Noon to 4 pm.              
  • order below. NOTE: online advance reservations close at 4 pm on Friday December 9.            

All prepaid ticket booklets are available at the Conrad Center (137 W Michigan Avenue) on both Saturday and Sunday.

Information &

Purchase Tickets:

Phone 386-740-6813,

or stop by the WVHS Conrad Center 137 W Michigan Avenue 

Tues - Sat, noon to 4 pm

Purchase online at the link below

Purchase Tickets Here

For a quicker check in on the day of the tour, request a receipt and bring it with you 

Heritage Tour of Historic Homes and Buildings 2022

You may pay with PayPal or with your credit card. Select "Buy Now" and scroll down for credit card option.

Check in Day of the Tour

Come to the WVHS Conrad Center 137 W Michigan Avenue 

12 noon - 5 pm.

Park in a designated lot either on  Michigan Ave or on Florida Ave.

In Conrad you will receive a tour booklet with map and wrist band which will give you access to the homes on the tour.

Tours begin at the WVHS Conrad Center, 137 W. Michigan Ave., DeLand. Pick up your program booklet and wrist band on the day you begin your tour, either on foot or board one of the vans that circle the route all afternoon. Ample parking is available in the grass lot on West Michigan Avenue east of the DeLand House Museum, and on Florida Avenue in the paved lot behind Stetson University's Davis Hall. We encourage you to use the free transportation provided because parking is limited on some streets. Many of these historic buildings are unfortunately not handicap accessible.

Walk around each neighborhood at your own pace, and catch a van between them, or to return to Conrad.