The Music Hall Presents: The 28th Annual Kitchen Tour
“The Music Hall’s Kitchen Tour is all about fantastic kitchens” – NH Home Magazine
A celebration of stunning views, sleek settings, and cozy charmers, The Music Hall’s 28th Annual Kitchen Tour showcases a slate of state-of-the-art kitchens in both new and historic downtown Portsmouth homes. This Mother’s Day weekend event is your favorite home renovation show come to life, the perfect opportunity to spend an inspiring day with family and friends exploring dream kitchens of all shapes and sizes. The tour will provide access to some enviable and surprising locations. Plus, if you’re looking to turn your imaginings into reality, the craftsmen, artisans, designers, and architects involved in creating these incredible spaces, the Seacoast’s top designers and builders, will be on-site to answer your questions.
This year’s tour will explore 11 homes in the downtown area, including kitchens with innovative designs, outstanding views, and clever creations. This annual fundraising event is the largest annual fundraising event for The Music Hall and the proceeds from ticket sales help underwrite operating costs. Attendees can choose their own path as there is no predefined route but a handy map and Guide Book are available to help guide and provide additional details. The event happens rain or shine!
About the Kitchen Tour
Each year, over 1,000 visitors attend the tour to get a peek inside the wide variety of homes in a historic seacoast town, as well as to gather ideas for their own kitchens. Proceeds from the popular tour help support the daily operations of The Music Hall. The tour highlights the work of local companies including architects, builders, and carpenters, as well as lighting, landscape, and sound designers.
Kitchen Tour tickets are $25 for Music Hall members, $27 for non-members, and $30 if purchased the day of the event. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at www.themusichall.org, by phone at (603) 436-2400, or in person at the B2W Box Office at the Historic Theater.
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University of New Hampshire
The Lighting Center at Rockingham Electric
Atlantic Design Center, B&G Cabinet, Bangor Savings Bank, Budget Blinds, Chase Construction, Chinburg Properties, Coastal Design, DeStefano Architects, Ricci Lumber, Ethan Allen, Frances G Hodges Interiors, Haven Hill Builders, MariWoods, New England Home, The Mortgage Center at St. Mary’s Bank, Summer House Furnishings, and Tate & Foss | Sotheby’s International Realty.