Contact & Directions
New York State Thruway (I 90):
Take Verona Exit No. 33 and turn left onto Route 365 (West).
Follow Route 365 to Route 5.
Turn east (left) onto Route 5 East.
Turn right onto West Hamilton Avenue (stop light controlled).
Follow West Hamilton Avenue to Sherrill Road (stop light) and turn right. Crossing Oneida Creek, Sherrill Road becomes Kenwood Avenue.
The Mansion House is on the west side of Kenwood Avenue (your right as you drive south), just south of a large Collegiate Gothic style building, formerly Oneida Ltd. headquarters.
There is limited parking along the circular drive entry to the Oneida Community Mansion House. Additional parking is available along The Vineyard roadway, opposite the Mansion House entry drive. Accessible parking is available in the northern parking lot behind the Mansion House. To enter that parking lot, turn onto Skinner Road (opposite the former Oneida Ltd. headquarters), and follow it to the end of the road, on the left.
Located in upstate New York in Madison & Oneida Counties and the Mohawk Valley, the Mansion House is near Utica, Oneida, Rome, Clinton, New Hartford, Madison, Syracuse, Herkimer, Oneonta, Turning Stone Casino, Green Lakes State Park, Whitesboro, Deansboro, Marcy, Canastota, Oriskany Falls, Waterville NY, Marshall, Paris, Sauquoit, Clayville, Clark Mills, Bouckville, Morrisville, Eaton, Hubbardsville, Cooperstown, Finger Lakes, Cazenovia.
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
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.