The Oneida Community Mansion House has already suffered financial repercussions from the current COVID-19 pandemic. As you might imagine, not being able to fill our guest rooms, canceling our spring programs, and putting a pause on our House tours has been an enormous setback to our revenue stream.
However, while the Mansion House doors are closed to visitors and overnight guests, the staff and Board of Trustees are working hard to find ways to connect with our membership and the public on our website. Through virtual tours, yoga classes, sneak peeks into our collections we aim to connect the rich history and findings of the Oneida Community with the struggles and experiences of today.
To help us get through these unprecedented times, please consider making an unrestricted, tax-deductible donation today.
OCMH exists thanks to the many individual donors like you. Contributions of all levels provide vital support to preserve the collections, care for the building and grounds and offer innovative programming for children and adults.
To discuss your annual, capital or planned gifts, please contact Executive Director Christine Hall O'Neil at 315-363-0745.
COVID-19 Pandemic Financial Repercussions
Make a One-Time Donation
OCMH exists thanks to the many individual donors like you. Contributions of any kind provide vital support to preserve the collections, care for the building and lawns and gardens, and offer innovative programming for children and adults. Contact Christine Hall O'Neil, Executive Director, to discuss your annual, capital, or estate gifts at 315-363-0745.
To discuss your capital or bequest giving interests, please contact Executive Director Christine Hall O'Neil, directly.
Become a Member
Become a member of Oneida Community Mansion House and help to preserve and interpret this National Historic Landmark! You may safely make membership payments and contributions online by using the Contribute link below.
Basic Benefits of Membership
Confidence that you are helping to preserve a National Historic Landmark and important 19th and early 20th-century cultural narratives, art and material culture.
Free admission and tours
10% discount in the Mansion House store
Subscription to the Oneida Community Journal
Invitation to New Member Reception and Tour
Invitation to the Annual Meeting of the Board of Trustees
Use of the Residents' Library
Early notification to all museum exhibits and special events
$25 - Student
$40 - Individual
All the basic benefits of membership.
$250 - Contributor
All benefits of the Associate level plus one free greens fee admission to the Oneida Community Golf Course and
a 20% discount on Mansion House guest rooms (some restrictions apply).
$50 - Family/Household
All Basic benefits for two adults and children under the age of 18.
$500 - Donor
All benefits of Contributor membership plus behind the scenes tour with the Curator and one additional Family/Household membership to present as a gift.
$100 - Associate
All benefits of the Family/Household level plus North American Museum Reciprocal Membership (more than 400 participating museums).
$1,000 - Benefactor
All benefits of the Donor level plus a complimentary overnight stay in a guest room and an invitation to the annual Quadrangle Society reception.
Mansion House Business Partners
Because the arts and culture are essential to the long-term economic development of the area, the Oneida Community Mansion House invites business organizations to become Business Partners. This membership group gives local businesses access to the Landmark site, opportunities to network within the community, and a visible opportunity to support this National Historic Landmark. Call 315-363-0745 for further information.
Oneida Community Mansion House does not sell or trade donor information for any reason.
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.
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