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Tour group in the Oneida Community Mansion House's Upper Sitting Room with beige and brown furniture

Educational Programs

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Guided Tours

Guided tours of the Oneida Community Mansion House are available  by appointment. Please email in advance to schedule.  Each tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.


Special group tours of the Mansion House are welcome with advance reservation, please call (315) 363-0745. Additional fees may apply.

Educational Programs (Grades 4-12)

Explore the past with one of our programs designed with curriculum needs in mind. Our programs align with New York State Learning Standards and emphasize different ways of thinking about history. We welcome learners of all ages—from primary and secondary schools to community groups, social service organizations, and universities.

For 4th and 5th graders, we offer “Children of the Mansion House,” which introduces learners to a variety of primary sources and encourages them to interpret the past.

School Group tours are $5 per student. The instructor and bus driver receive complimentary admission.

For every 10 students on the trip an additional chaperone receives free admission.

Each student will also receive a voucher to a return trip to the Mansion House with their family.

If you are in need of financial assistance in order to bring a school group to the Mansion House.

We are happy to offer customized tours for students in grades 6-12 as well as Advanced Placement US History classes, and college courses.


Please contact Tom Guiler, Director of Museum Affairs, to set up your custom tour. 

Outreach & Distance Learning

If you can’t come to us, we can come to you! The Mansion House offers outreach lessons that can bring the Oneida Community’s unique history into your classroom, or as distance learning via skype.

For more information, please call (315) 363-0745.


Our educational & public programs are made possible in part by Humanities New York, the John Ben Snow Foundation, the New York State Council on the Arts, Sherrill-Kenwood Community Chest, individual donors and our members. Thank you!

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Oneida Community Mansion House visitors examine old books from the library
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