July 13 - July 28, 2019
Monday - Saturday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sunday 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Located in Orange and Berlin townships in Delaware County
Please note there if you are coming from US 23 there is a road closure on Lewis Center Rd (see detour directions on the map below).
General Admission: $18 (includes parking)
We gladly accept Visa, MasterCard and American Express with photo ID and cash. No checks.
Children 12 and under are free.
Discount Coupons: $3-off discount coupons are available at central Ohio Chase locations.
Military Discount: $2 off regularly priced admission for active/retired military personnel, by showing ID, and their party. (not valid with any other coupons/discounts)
Parking: Field parking. Please plan accordingly.
Wear comfortable shoes. The homes will have 2-3 finished levels, plus the exteriors. The tour will take you between 2 and 3 hours and includes a lot of walking.
Bring your camera. You are welcome to take pictures of the homes as you tour.
Plan for the weather. The Parade is open rain or shine, so make sure you bring rain gear or sunscreen. In instances of extreme weather/storms, the Parade may close temporarily, and guests will be asked to stay in the homes for their safety. Information will be posted on this website and the Parade social media channels.
Wagons and Strollers. Both are allowed at the Parade but are not allowed in the houses. Please leave them in the driveways while you visit each house.
Food/Beverages. Plan to visit a food vendor at the concession area for food and beverages. You may also bring snacks and beverages with you to the Parade. No outside alcohol may be brought in. Food and beverages are not permitted inside the homes.
Re-entry. You may purchase a re-entry ticket to the Parade of Homes at a discounted ticket price at the ticket booth on your way out exiting the Parade.
Pets. Except for service animals, pets are not allowed to attend the Parade. We do not offer a kennel service, and we do not recommend leaving animals in your car while you visit.
If you have any questions during your visit, please feel free to ask any Event Team member.
BIA Director of Public Relations, Krissy Ciacchi talks the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes on Daytime Columbus.
Home-improvement favorites Drew and Jonathan Scott will appear at the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes at 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, according to the Building Industry of Central Ohio (BIA).
The BIA Parade of Homes is returning to Central Ohio this weekend. BIA Parade of Homes will take place Saturday, July 13 and run through Sunday, July 28, and will feature 14 homes that were built by 12 of Ohio’s best builders.
The two gender- disparate houses are sure to inspire conversation among this year’s visitors.
The Columbus Dispatch brings you the Parade from a bird's-eye view!
The Columbus Dispatch captures a birds-eye view of the Parade in progress
Columbus Business First captures Parade in progress photos.
Columbus Underground: Located off of Lewis Center Road in Delaware County, the 1,200-acre development has drawn attention for its adherence to the principles of New Urbanism.
The Building Industry Association of Central Ohio (BIA) is proud to announce Chase as its presenting sponsor for the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes, to be held July 13-28, 2019 at the new Evans Farm development, located in Lewis Center, Ohio.
Orange Township’s massive Evans Farm development is in its infancy, but the project already has resulted in more than 100 “spoken-for” houses and the right to host the Building Industry Association of Central Ohio’s 2019 Parade of Homes, set July 13-28.
Evans Farm, new urbanist community, is a 1,200-acre residential and commercial development in southern Delaware County.
The 2019 BIA Parade of Homes will take place July 13 to July 28 and feature 14 homes.
BIA to host Parade of Homes in new urbanism style community, Evans Farm.
Parade of Homes is returning to Ohio's fastest-growing county next year.
The Building Industry Association of Central Ohio (BIA) announced Wednesday that Evans Farm, Ohio’s only community designed around the principles of new urbanism, will be the site of the 2019 BIA Parade of Homes.
Major construction work will begin next year on the 1,200-acre Evans Farm development – a $1.52 billion project years in the works in Orange and Berlin townships in Delaware County.