The Little Silver Kitchen Tour is a self-guided tour of several exceptional kitchens in the Borough of Little Silver. In addition to the kitchens, guests will be able to take a tour of the main floor of the Historic Parker Homestead, one of the oldest kitchens in Monmouth County.
Packet pick up, on the day of registration and shopping at the Red Barn Boutique will begin at 8:30am, at the Parker Homestead, located adjacent to Sickles Park, on Rumson Road.
Touring begins at 9:30am and ends at 3:00pm.
The tour is $60 per person prior to April 22. Ticket price increases on April 23, to $65. Tickets can be purchased for $65 the day of the tour at the Parker Homestead.
Tickets can be purchased online at littlesilverkitchentour.com, in person at Markham School during the evenings of March 16th-18th, Point Road School on March 21 – 22 after school, and Sickles Market on April 23. Please keep your printed receipt to hand in the day of the tour to receive your reference journal, which will serve as your entry to all of the kitchens.
The Red Barn Boutique will house up to 10 vendors for your shopping enjoyment. Pick up a gift for Mother’s Day! The Red Barn Boutique will be open from 8:30am-1:30pm.
Your day begins at the Parker Homestead, located adjacent to Sickles Park on Rumson Road, where you will tour the first floor and kitchen of one of the oldest homes in Monmouth County. You will check in and pick up your reference journal here. The journal is your “ticket” to each of the kitchens. Please keep your journal with you for entry to each home.
No, you must pick up your reference journal May 6th at the Parker Homestead.
No, photography is not allowed in any of the homes on the tour.
You are free to tour the kitchens in any order you choose.
Tour guests are required to remove their shoes or wear the protective booties we provide over their shoes to enter the homes. We recommend wearing slip-on shoes for the tour.
The tour will be held rain or shine.
Children are not permitted on the tour.
All proceeds go to support the mission of the LSPTO, which is to enhance our children’s education, experiences, and environment. To learn more about the LSPTO, visit: www.littlesilverpto.org.