Welcome to the Terrace Park Historical Society

TPHS_house_tour_poster_2014_12x18_v6-page-001News Flash – Save the Date!   The 2014 “Welcome Home” House Tour is scheduled for Sunday, Oct.5.

Ticket prices are $15 ($12 members) and $20 at the Village Green on the day of the tour.  The Tour will begin at the check-in table in the gazebo on the Village Green.

For information about the houses on the Tour,  go here.

How to purchase tickets:

At our website store using a credit card (processing is through Paypal, but you don’t need a Paypal account). Your on-line receipt will be your proof of purchase. $15 ($12 members)

In person at our office on the lower level of St. Thomas Church, Thursdays from 1 – 4 pm, from board members who have tickets to sell, or from the House of France at 3225 Madison Road in Oakley from 1-5 pm. $15 ($12 members)

Pre-ordering by phone. Leave a message on our office answering machine at 248-1777 and we will put your name on a list of pre-orders. $15 ($12 members)

On the day of the show for $20.

Those who donate goods or services, such as golf carts, and those who have opened their homes for the tour will receive a free ticket at the check-in table.
Volunteers will each receive one free ticket at the check-in table for each one they purchase.

Volunteers are needed!    Please contact Sally Coffman at 248-0966 to volunteer for the House Tour.




About the Terrace Park Historical Society

A pioneer settlement along the banks of the Little Miami River.  The winter home of the Robinson Circus.  A neighborhood with decades-long community traditions.  A showplace of elegant and historic homes.

The Village of Terrace Park, Ohio, is all of these and much more.  It is the goal of our organization to foster an understanding and appreciation of the colorful heritage of this unique place called Terrace Park.

Founded in the fall of 2001 as a non-profit 501 c (3) corporation, the Terrace Park Historical Society is organized to collect, maintain and store historical papers, documents and artifacts pertaining to the Village of Terrace Park.   The Society publishes a quarterly newsletter and hosts four general meetings a year.     New members are always welcome, and we invite you to join us on our journey to preserve the history of this special Village!