Tours & Admissions
Visit the Mansion House
The Mansion House is open year-round excepting major holidays* with guided tours by appointment and self-guided tours during business hours. We look forward to your visit. Most of our exhibit areas are wheelchair accessible, but not all. Some doorways are too narrow for wheelchairs to pass through.
Visitor parking is free and available in designated spaces along the front drive, along The Vineyard opposite the Mansion House, and in the north parking lot off Skinner Road. Wheelchair-accessible parking is designated in the north parking lot.
The Mansion House does have accessible parking and wheelchair access. In addition, the Mansion House offers an elevator and wheelchair lift with limited access.
The Oneida Community Mansion House welcomes all visitors to experience community. However, due to the historic nature of the building, including winding or steep stairs and narrow passageways, some visitors might experience difficulty in certain areas that are not fully ADA accessible at this time. Please call for more information on how we can best facilitate your experience.
• Adults: $10
• Seniors (60 and over): $8
• Students (with ID): $5
• Children 6 and under: Free (but no strollers or carriages, please)
• Special Group Tours: Please call for pricing
• Free to members
Admission fees support preservation and interpretation of Oneida Community Mansion House.
Thank you for your support.
Self-directed tours of historic rooms and exhibit galleries are possible daily from 9:00am until 5:00pm.
Guided tours of the Oneida Community Mansion House are provided with museum admission.
In Depth Guided Tours Wednesday & Saturday 10:00 a.m., Friday at 3pm, and by appointment. Please call ahead if you plan to attend a guided tour, 315-363-0745.
Each tour lasts approximately 90 minutes.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org in advance to schedule.
School Group Visits
School groups (grades 5-12), camp groups and Scout group visits are very welcome with advance reservations.
* We are closed on the following Federal holidays: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Day, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, and Christmas Day.