The 29th annual "Grand Tour of Homes" welcomed hundreds of people into six historic homes.
One of them is in the 14-hundred block of west moss avenue. The homeowners say opening their doors to the public can be stressful.
But they know it's something most people rarely get to see.
"There's a lot of history behind it and you can't really go back 123 years like this house and build the same thing," said homeowner Jeremiah Baughman.
The tours aim to teach people about the architectural features of West Bluff homes. All proceeds go toward restoring Peoria's historic neighborhoods.