MUSEUM IS OPEN ON THURSDAYS, FRIDAYS, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS ONLY!
THE SAFETY AND WELL-BEING OF OUR VISITORS AND STAFF IS THE ASA PACKER MANSION MUSEUM'S HIGHEST PRIORITY. AS IT HAS COME TO OUR ATTENTION THAT WE ARE NOT ABLE TO CONDUCT TOURS AS WE HAVE IN THE PAST, WE ARE OPENING THE MUSEUM FOR TOURS ON THURSDAYS, FRIDAY, SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS ONLY AT THIS TIME.
TICKETS ARE SOLD ON A FIRST COME/FIRST SERVE BASIS.
Daily Tour Information and Hours of Operation - THERE WILL BE NO TOURS ON WEEKDAYS, EXCEPT THURSDAYS, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
The Mansion will be open weekends (Saturdays and Sundays) in April and May on Saturdays & Sundays from 11:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M. The Mansion is open seven days a week from Memorial Day to October 31. Once you purchase tickets, there will be no more than half an hour wait for a tour. The last tour departs promptly at 4:00 unless otherwise noted. Tours consist of a docent-guided presentation detailing the history of the Packer Family and visitors have an opportunity to view the original contents of the house. Please be advised that tours can last up to 60 minutes depending upon the size of the group, the number of questions asked, and the level of interest. As tours can sell out rather quickly, it is recommended that you purchase tickets for your tour as soon as you arrive at The Mansion. Tour times may vary during the weekdays!
Group Tour Information and Reservations -CONTACT MUSEUM VIA E-MAIL FOR GROUP TOURS
Groups of 15 or more guests are required to make a reservation. Reservations may be made via the emailing the Executive Director and Curator, Ava M. Bretzik at firstname.lastname@example.org (during the closed season) or by contacting the Mansion at (570) 325-3229.
Admission is by docent-guided tour only.
- General Admission(Ages 19-54) $10.00
- Senior Citizen(Ages 55+) $9.00
- Student (Ages 6-18) $6.00
- Child(Ages 5-Under)*$3.00
Credit cards and personal checks cannot be accepted at this time.
Group tour rates are based on Admission categories.
*Please be advised that the tour is not recommended for small children due to the content and duration of the tour.
The Mansion is original to the 1860s, and as such, does not have the capacity for public restrooms. There is a Comfort Station - with tourist information and public restrooms - provided by the Pocono Mountain Visitors Bureau at the Train Station.
Should your organization or business wish to have a speaking engagement with regard to the Packer Family, please contact us, via email, at email@example.com to make the appropriate arrangements. The Museum would be more than willing to come to speak on behalf of the Asa Packer Mansion and/or the Packer Family, for a non-profit donation to the Museum.
The Fall Foliage Festival: October 2, 3, 9, 10, 16 and 17th, 2021
The Mansion will be open for tours during the entire month of October. Due to the high volume of visitors, weekend tours during the Fall Foliage Festival will be abbreviated, lasting 40-45 minutes. On Fall Foliage weekends, tours will go into the house every 30 minutes starting at 11 through 3:30 pm. Tickets are sold on a first come - first serve basis. Please be advised that The Mansion does not offer Halloween or "scary" tours. Weekend group tours may only be scheduled prior to 11:00 A.M. It is recommended that groups reserve tours well in advance .
Olde Time Christmas: PLEASE WATCH WEBSITE FOR FURTHER NOTICES
The Mansion will be open for tours during the first two weekends of Olde Time Christmas - weather permitting.
The Mansion is original to the 19th Century and contains priceless objects that were owned by the Packer family. In order to preserve The Mansion's authenticity, visitors are required to observe and adhere to the following policies to ensure the best possible visit for all:
- Smoking is prohibited.
- Please turn off all cellular phones and other electronic devices.
- Food and beverages are prohibited inside The Mansion.
- Strollers and large backpacks or bags are not permitted inside The Mansion.
- Still photography, filming, video and audio recording are prohibited while on tour.
- Stay together as a group. Be attentive to your docent’s instructions at all times.
- Please do not touch the artifacts as the oils and acids even in clean hands can cause irreparable damage.
- Do not sit or lean upon the furnishings. Refrain from leaning on walls.
If we detect any violation of the rules through our guides or security system, you will be asked to leave the property.