The Morris-Jumel Mansion is one of the nation’s foremost historic house museums and Manhattan’s oldest surviving residence 

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Mansion open for self-guided tours at 1pm; Park open 10am–5pm

Museum self-guided tours are offered Tuesday – Sunday and may be booked up to thirty days in advance. For more information on visiting the Mansion please see our Visit page.
 

See our Programs & Events page to learn more about upcoming public programming, including concerts, talks, and crafts at the Mansion, or take a look at photos from the Mansion’s Past Events
 

Every second Saturday of the month is ConEd Family and Community Day! Join us for free, family-friendly activities at the Mansion.
 

Every third Wednesday of the month, Morris-Jumel Mansion hosts a Virtual Parlor Chat where we discuss topics relating to the history of the Mansion.
 

If you missed our April 2024 Virtual Parlor Chat about our upcoming exterior restoration, watch the recording on YouTube.
 

Interested in booking a field trip for your students? Morris-Jumel Mansion offers school tours Monday through Wednesday. Learn more on our School Programs page.
 

Want to learn more about what’s going on at the Morris-Jumel Mansion? Read the latest volume of the Mansion Minute!
 

 

Our annual George Washington Dinner is on Sunday, July 14th! Click here to learn more and purchase tickets.
 

 

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Upcoming Events at Morris-Jumel Mansion

Thurs. June 27 at sunset 

Movie in the Park: Rio

Tuesdays from July 9 - August 27, 6:00-7:00 PM

Yoga in the Park

Sun. July 14, 6:00 - 9:00 PM

George Washington Dinner 2024
Exhibition Past/Present by Bruce Katz

Artist Bruce Katz's exploration of Morris-Jumel Mansion

September 23, 2023 - July 28, 2024 (Extended)

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The museum is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, in partnership with City Council and Borough President, Mark Levine, and Councilmembers Carmen De La Rosa and Shaun Abreu. Programs are made possible by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Kathy Hochul and the New York State Legislature. Support is also provided by The National Endowment for the Humanities, The New York Community Trust, Upper Manhattan Empowerment Zone (UMEZ), City Parks Foundation, Humanities New York, ConEdison, and Columbia University Medical Center Neighborhood Fund. The Morris-Jumel Mansion is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.