March 16 & 17, 2024

11 Metro Atlanta locations

The Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles fourth annual TOUR OF KITCHENS returns in 2024 for a two-day event providing house-loving Atlantans with in-person access to the best kitchen-design professionals in the city.

Visitors will enjoy a self-guided tour of Atlanta’s most impressive private residential kitchens. Whether you plan to renovate, start from scratch, or find your ideal design professional—this tour is for you!

Tour 11 unique kitchens in Atlanta showcasing a range of designs from traditional to transitional and contemporary. There are six kitchens on tour on Saturday and five kitchens on tour on Sunday.

Purchase tickets at


Saturday, March 16–Sunday, March 17, 2024
March 16 | 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
March 17 | 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.


11 Metro Atlanta locations; 6 on Saturday and 5 on Sunday


$50; use code EARLYBIRD for $5 off tickets through March 1, 2024

Tickets must be purchased in advance at and are not available at the door at any location.

Walk-up tickets on the day of the show will only be available via a checkout link on your mobile phone; the link to purchase a ticket will be provided on-site.


On-street parking is available on-site at each location and directionals will be provided.


PDI: 1190 Huff Rd NW, Atlanta, GA 30318
Enjoy coffee, light breakfast, beverages, and bathroom access between 9 a.m.–3 p.m. on Saturday, 3/16 only.
Don't forget to pick up your swag bag!


Can I purchase tickets on the day of the Tours?

Tickets are available online only through

Do kids need tickets?

Children 12 and under are free.

If I purchase a ticket, is the ticket for Saturday or Sunday?

Your ticket grants you access to BOTH days.

Can I use the ticket on one day but not the other?


Can I go to a few houses on Saturday and also just a few houses on Sunday?


If I purchase the ticket in advance, but decide to not go on tour, can I get a refund?

No refunds. 

Can I bring food and drink into the houses on tour?

No food or beverages allowed inside the residences.

Can I use the restrooms at any of the houses on tour?

No. Please join us at the Tour of Kitchens Hub (Saturday only) at PDI where restrooms, food and drink are available.

Will I get to meet the Kitchen Designer?

The Kitchen Designer will be at the kitchen they designed the entire day.

What happens if it rains?

The tour is rain or shine.

Can I give a personal donation to the Open Hand during the tour?

QR codes will be available on-site at our HUB and each location for direct giving. 

About our Beneficiary

OPEN HAND started as friends caring for friends, and that’s who we still are today. We began in 1988, when a small group of friends gathered to cook meals for their neighbors and loved ones disenfranchised by HIV/AIDS. Since then, guided by a mission of compassion and service, our organization has expanded to meet the needs in the community to provide health-promoting food directly to the homes of people who need it. We put our mission first.

We are passionate about building a healthier community. Through people-centered services and partnerships, we create access to healthy meals and nutrition education, empowering our clients and the community to achieve personal goals for health and wellness. We honor our staff & volunteers as our most valuable resource.

Our people-first culture is part of our DNA. Investing in our employees & volunteers ensures that our clients & customers will receive the very best care. We pledge accountability. As individuals and as an organization, we make responsible commitments to our community and to each other. We deliver measurable results, not empty promises. We act with integrity. How we achieve our mission is as important as the mission itself. Truth, transparency, respect! We pursue innovation. We pride ourselves in being resourceful, determined, bold and creative in bringing forth solutions to societal challenges.