Historical Resources and Museum Program
This beautiful neo-classic revival style home is located in downtown Raleigh in the historic Oakwood Neighborhood. The Tucker House is a non-staffed facility that can be rented for meetings, weddings, reception, and parties. To schedule an appointment contact Jackie Twisdale.
Site Features & Hours
Hours: The Tucker House is a non-staffed facility. If you are interested in renting the Tucker House and would like a tour of the facility please contact Betsy Apple.
- Available for rentals
- Volunteer Opportunities
- Downstairs accessible
- On site parking
- Some tables and chairs available for rental use
The Tucker House was built in 1914 for Garland S. Tucker, owner of G.S. Tucker Furniture Company. The home was donated to the City of Raleigh by the Tucker Family in 1975. At that time, the home was located one block west, at 420 N. Blount Street.
It was moved to its present site by the City and renovated as a Community Meeting House.
Read more history about the Tucker House.
The Tucker House does not offer an informal reservation system. The facility is booked on a first come first serve basis.
To start the rental process, all applicants must contact and meet with the Historic Sites Rental Manager, Betsy Apple.
The Tucker House is available to rent everyday 10am-11pm excluding holidays.
Venue details: The Tucker House dates to 1914 and is a beautiful and historic setting for small weddings, receptions, parties, and other special events. The downstairs features a parlor, piano room, dining room, two sitting rooms, and spacious catering kitchen. The downstairs can accommodate 100 people, or 50 for a seated event. No dancing is allowed in the Tucker House, as it retains its original flooring.
- $100/hour with a minimum of four consecutive hours for residents.
- Non Residents- $150/hr with a minimum of four consecutive hours
- $20 supervisory fee for set up day before event.
- $100 damage deposit (refundable).
- $80 cleaning fee.
- $15 application fee (non-refundable).
- $50 alcohol permit fee (non-refundable).
Events & Exhibits
The Tucker House is part of the Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood's Candlelight Tours in December. Check back soon for more information.
There are many perks:
- Free admission to select site and museum events
- Free admission for select tours
- Free admission to select lectures
- Free admission to Mordecai Historic Park
- Free admission to City of Raleigh Museum
- 10% gift shop discount at Mordecai and City Museum
- 10% discount on all site rentals
- The Raleigh Register Program Newsletter
The Tucker House features beautiful antiques dating to the early 1900s. Several pieces belonged to the Tucker Family and many pieces were donated to the home by the Society for the Preservation of Historic Oakwood.