LIMITED FALL SCHEDULE
In October day-time tours are on Saturday only in preparation for GooseBumps in the Grove and All Is Bright – A Holiday of Lights. Saturday day-time tours in October run at 10 a.m., 11 a.m., noon and the last tour of the day is at 1 p.m. The site closes at 2:30 p.m.
PLEASE NOTE: the manor house will be decorated for Halloween during the month of October in preparation for the haunted manor house the weekend of GooseBumps in the Grove. The decorations may impact a visitor’s experience, and may not be appropriate for all guests.
Guided Tours are based upon docent availability. Self-Guided Tour times are also available. Please visit the Online Booking Calendar below for dates, tour type and tour times.
Tours are limited to 18 persons, so that groups can move easily through the rooms of the manor house.
Visitors can book tickets online, or by walk-in on the day of your visit.
Online Bookings are limited to 8 persons per tour time, so that spaces are available for those travelers whose schedules are more flexible and decide to drop by. Thank you for supporting conservation, education, and preservation.
MUSEUM ADMISSION PRICES
$15 Adults (18+)
$12 Senior & Military
$10 Students (11-17)
$8 Youth (5-10)
$12 Adult (18+)
$10 Senior & Military
$8 Student (11-17)
$6 Youth (5-10)
$10 All Adults (18+)
$6 Students (11-17)
$4 Youth (5-10)
Special Guided Tour with Executive Director
Tour last 1.5+ hours. Limited days & time. Not appropriate for children under 11 years of age.
$20 All Adults (18+)
$15 Students (11-17)
*Fees do not include sales tax
Please arrive at the gift shop in the lower level of the manor house at least fifteen minutes before your scheduled tour time, or for other ticket options. You are welcome to arrive in advance of your scheduled tour time to view the exhibits, artist studios and stables prior to your tour, especially for those guests who are scheduled on the last tour of the day, which is at 2 p.m. during the summer months.
The manor house and outbuildings are under the auspices of Poplar Grove Foundation, Inc., a 501(c)3 non-profit. All funds generated through Manor House tours, school programs, Farmers’ Market vendor fees, rental facilities, and festivals provide the revenue to maintain and preserve the historic Manor House, outbuildings, exhibits, artist studios, pastures and stables.
NOTE: Poplar Grove schedules many activities throughout the year, including school programs, community events and festivals as well as a weekly farmers’ market. Such activities will impact a visitor’s experience, so please check our Calendar of Events to arrange your visit around our major festivals, or choose to join us in the fun!
Easter Sunday, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, and week of Thanksgiving in preparation for Christmas Celebration.
Daily tours cease during the months of October, November, December, January and February.
*Except for School Programs, Saturday tours in October & privately scheduled tours in February for Black History Month.
- Advance notice required for groups of 10 or more
- School-sanctioned field trips (public, private, pre-school & home-schooled) are required to register and schedule tours using the School Program link
- Picnic area on site
- Abbey Nature Preserve is not owned or operated by Poplar Grove, but open free to the public to explore