Newton House Tour

Our 2020 Tour Goes Virtual with a Special Edition!

Through talent, fearlessness, and marketing genius, Maud Brodrick managed to build hundreds of homes in Newton and Wellesley in the 1920s and 1930s, when few women worked in the field. Uncover this amazing, barely known story through a look inside the homes she designed and learn about her lasting legacy in our special video tour and panel discussion about her groundbreaking work and how modern homeowners have preserved her vision.

The video tour and accompanying booklet to read on-line or download will be released by email to ticketholders on Saturday, October 17 at 10 a.m. EDT and the videos may be viewed anytime until midnight on Monday, October 19. Tickets may still be purchased until the panel discussion takes place Sunday, October 18 at 3 p.m. EDT on Zoom.

Tickets on sale now!

Tickets & Pricing (subject to credit card processing fees):


Video tour only, for 1 attendee

Same price for members & non-members


Video tour and access to live panel discussion/Q&A about Maud Brodrick's life and work.

Multiple attendees welcome


Historic Newton Member Price

Click here for membership information

Details: Tour videos will be released at 10 a.m. EDT on Saturday, October 17, and available to view only through Monday, October 19 at midnight. Ticket sales end on Sunday, October 18 when the panel discussion begins at 3:00 p.m. EDT.

Questions About the Tour? Reach us at 617-796-1450

Proceeds from the Tour support the work of Historic Newton, encouraging exploration of Newton and the surrounding region within the broad context of American history, through educational programs, historical archives, and storytelling.

Special thank you to The Village Bank, Lead Sponsor of the 38th Annual House Tour.

We also thank these generous 2020 Tour sponsors.
Please consider them when working on your next project.









For Tour sponsorship opportunities, click here.