Home tour July 13, 2013
Dwell Home Venice will be open for tours on Saturday July 13.
A ticket for a one hour tour costs $12.
The following tour times are available for purchase:
10:15AM – 11:15AM
11:30AM – 12:30PM
12:45PM – 1:45PM
2:00PM – 3:00PM
3:15PM – 4:15PM
Dwell Home Venice Home Tour Frequently Asked Questions
Can I take photographs inside the home on the tour?
The photography policy allows simple personal-use photography only (not for publication) with pocket cameras or cell phones. Tripods, professional cameras and lighting equipment cannot be used.
What kind of shoes should I wear?
Sensible shoes, like athletic or flats, for personal safety. Please note that Dwell Home Venice features extensive gravel courtyards so high heels will present a problem. Flats or athletic shoes are recommended.
I registered for a Home Tour. When will I receive my ticket?
We do not mail out home tour tickets. One week before the tour you will be emailed an information sheet with the address of the home and additional information. If you do not receive a confirmation email please check your email spam filter. We will be using the email address you provided during ticket purchase/registration. No tickets for the home tour are available to purchase at the home. Tickets can only be purchased online in advance.
What is your Home Tour ticket cancellation or refund policy?
Once purchased, tickets cannot be canceled or refunded. Substitutions are permitted with written permission from original registrant.
Can I bring my child on the home tour?
For insurance reasons any child under the age of 6 cannot attend the home tour. Any child over the age of 6 attending the home tour needs to be accompanied by an adult and will require his or her own ticket. A ticket for a child is the same price as a ticket for an adult. No children, of any age, are admitted for free on the home tours.
Can I sit on furniture and look into cabinets in the home?
This is someone’s private home and so we would prefer that you look but not touch.
Will a bathroom be available at the home?
Home owners typically do not allow use of their restroom during Dwell home tours (imagine hundreds of people visiting your bathroom..