The Mansion is open weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) in April and Fridays (11 am - 3 pm), Saturdays, Sundays in May. The Mansion is open seven days a week from Memorial Day to October 31. Hours of operation are 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. Once you purchase tickets, there will be no more than half an hour wait for a tour. The last tour departs promptly at 4:00 unless otherwise noted. Tours consist of a docent-guided presentation detailing the history of the Packer Family and visitors have an opportunity to view the original contents of the house. Please be advised that tours can last up to 60 minutes depending upon the size of the group, the number of questions asked, and the level of interest. As tours can sell out rather quickly, it is recommended that you purchase tickets for your tour as soon as you arrive at The Mansion.
Groups of 15 or more guests are required to make a reservation. Reservations may be made by filling out the form found on this website. Click on the "request group tour" link above to fill out the form. Full payment is required 14 days prior to arrival in order to confirm your reservation and to ensure that The Mansion is fully staffed to accommodate your group.
Shuttle Service For Group Tours
As large motorcoaches are not permitted on Packer Avenue, a shuttle service for group tours can be arranged through the Pocono Mountain Visitors Bureau. Please contact the Pocono Mountain Visitors Bureau at 570.325.3673 for additional information regarding use of the shuttle service.
Admission is by docent-guided tour only.
- General Admission (Ages 19-54) $8.00
- Senior Citizen (Ages 55+) $7.00
- Student (Ages 6-18) $5.00
- Child (Ages 5-Under)* $3.00
Credit cards and personal checks cannot be accepted at this time.
Group tour rates are based on Admission categories.
*Please be advised that the tour is not recommended for small children due to the content and duration of the tour.
The Fall Foliage Festival: October 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, and 19 2014
Olde Time Christmas: December 6, 7, 2014
The Mansion will be open for tours during the first weekend of Olde Time Christmas - weather permitting.