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To support efforts to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and safeguard the community, the Oneida Community Mansion House is temporarily CLOSED to the public. We look forward to opening Mansion House spaces for all to enjoy when circumstances allow.

 

In the meantime, look for our online offerings and stay connected via this site, Facebook, Instagram and our email subscriptions.

 

If you are local, please enjoy OCMH gardens, grounds and trails safely and responsibly obeying all state and local health ordinances.

Community is central to all we do!

 

Like all of you, OCMH is adjusting to this rapidly changing crisis. The Oneida Community Mansion House remains closed to the public until further notice. Tours, programs, concerts, events and guest lodging are postponed and cancellation fees are waived.

 

Our thoughts are with all of those suffering during this crisis. We send you our best and look forward to better days and to the future re-opening of the Mansion House for all to enjoy.

 

If you are local, please safely enjoy OCMH gardens, grounds and trails while following local health recommendations. Spring is unfolding around us and we hope this brings some joy.

 

In the meantime, the Board of Trustees, staff and volunteers are working to respond to this crisis and foster community from afar.

 

Please reach out to us with your suggestions, concerns and updates. How are you navigating this crisis and how can OCMH help? We will create ways for us to connect and support each other communally at this time. You can reach us at connect@oneidacommunity.org. We look forward to hearing from you.

 

Check our website regularly and follow OCMH on FaceBook and Instagram and sign up for the latest news by subscribing to our e-newsletter.

 

All of our best,

OCMH Board of Trustees and Staff

Since visitors can’t come to the Mansion House right now, we’re bringing the Mansion House to you!

OCMH is excited to announce the launch of a NEW online exhibit:

 

Cornell Comes to 

the Mansion House


This exhibit shares the events and activities that took place when 30 students and alums from Cornell University came to OCMH to spend the weekend conducting hands-on preservation work on our buildings and grounds.  In just two days the students finished projects it would have taken our staff and regular volunteers weeks, if not months to accomplish.  We are incredibly grateful to them for their energy and enthusiasm!

Oneida Community Mansion House

The Oneida Community Mansion House, home of the utopian Oneida Community (1848-1880), tells the story of America’s most successful experimental community and the joint stock company that emerged after its breakup. 

 

The Community’s radical social practices, which included living and working communally and advocating for women’s equality, challenged contemporary ideas of family and gender roles in ways that are still relevant today. Their progressive philosophy is evident in the Mansion House itself, the design of which reflects their values and social organization.  

 

The 93,000 square ft. Mansion House is a National Historic Landmark where visitors can enjoy period rooms and interpretive exhibits in the museum, as well as programs, facility rentals, and overnight lodging.  The Mansion House is surrounded by 33 acres of landscaped lawns, gardens, trails and a historic golf course.

Museum Open for Self-Guided Tours 

Mon. -  Sat., 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Sun., 12 p.m. -5 p.m.

 

April - December: Guided Tours Available

Wednesday - Saturday at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Sunday at 2 p.m.

 

Group tours (8 or more) can be scheduled by appointment

Featured Upcoming Event

Jonathan Edwards Concert
When
Time is TBD
Where
Oneida Community Mansion House,
170 Kenwood Ave, Oneida, NY 13421, USA
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Oneida Community Mansion House
170 Kenwood Avenue
Oneida, NY 13421

Email: ocmh@oneidacommunity.org

Phone: 315-363-0745

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