Hours & Admission

Photograph of the exterior front of Morris-Jumel Mansion on a sunny day
Morris Jumel Mansion (Summer Hours)
Tuesday–Thursday: 1pm–4pm (Last Entry); Friday–Sunday: 11am–4pm (Last Entry)
Roger Morris Park
Daily 10am–5pm
Self-Guided Tour

$10 Adults

Children under the age of 12 visit for free


Tuesdays–Thursdays, 1pm–4pm

Fridays–Sundays, 11am–4pm
Limited-capacity interior tours of the Mansion offered as self-guided experiences  (last entry is 4pm).

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Mansion & Grounds Exterior Tour

Friday–Sunday at 11am; Reservations required
Learn more about the Mansion’s architecture and grounds on a guided tour outside before stepping inside the Mansion for your self-guided tour. Trained guides will provide an overview to the site focusing on the home and inhabitants’ history and legacy.

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Note that our tour options are subject to change. Please check Eventbrite for current availability and to reserve your tickets.

Getting Here

The Morris-Jumel Mansion is located in Upper Manhattan at 65 Jumel Terrace, a short block which extends from West 160th & West 162nd Streets. It is one block east of St. Nicholas Avenue and one block west of Edgecombe Avenue. Please note that West 161st Street does not extend this far east, but Sylvan Terrace can be entered via a stairway on St. Nicholas Avenue that leads to the entrance.

  • The closest subway stop is the 163rd C train stop, exit on the St. Nicholas side.
  • We are also a 10 minute walk from the 1 train to 157th Street.
  • M2 to 160th and Edgecombe Ave. (uphill walk one block west to Jumel Terrace. Museum Entrance is 1/2 block north on Jumel Terrace).
  • M4 and M5 to 161st and Broadway (walk one block south to West 160th Street and two short blocks to Jumel Terrace. Museum entrance is 1/2 block north on Jumel Terrace).
  • M3 or the M101 (from Harlem-125th Metro North) to 161st and Amsterdam Ave. (walk one block south to West 160th Street and two short blocks to Jumel Terrace. Museum entrance is 1/2 block north on Jumel Terrace).
  • From the east side: Take the FDR Drive to 135th Street. Travel west on 135th to St. Nicholas Ave. and turn right. Proceed to 160th Street and turn right. Turn left on Jumel Terrace.
  • From the north and the west side: Henry Hudson to 158th Street. Take 158th Street east and turn left on St. Nicholas Avenue. Turn right onto 160th Street and proceed ½ block to Jumel Terrace on left.
  • Parking: Street parking is available on 160th and 162th Streets, on Jumel Terrace (cobblestone street) in front of the museum, and behind the museum on Edgecombe Avenue. There is also a parking garage on 161st street between Broadway and Amsterdam Ave.

We welcome all visitors to enjoy the museum and grounds. Currently, Roger Morris Park is physically accessible. It is anticipated that the Morris-Jumel Mansion will become accessible in 2024; a capital project for barrier-free interior access is in the design stage. Visitors with limited mobility sometimes find it easier to enter the Mansion from our side door, which has fewer steps (two sets of three), but no handrail. Upon request, the museum  offers basic accommodations for those requiring accommodation and neurodiverse learners. For more information, visit our accessibility page.

Group Tours

Tours for groups of 6 or more individuals must be scheduled in advance. All tour requests must be made at least two weeks in advance and will be accommodated based on availability. Group confirmation of the visit is required 24 hours prior to your tour time.

To book a group tour, please contact info@morrisjumel.org.

Free Offerings
  • Morris-Jumel occasionally offers free Spanish language tours. Visit our event listings for more information and to reserve your spot.
  • Museum Members are granted free admission; become a Member today to support our mission!
  • Active members of the Military (with ID), veterans, members of the American Alliance of Museum and the Historic House Trust are granted free admission.
  • Cool Culture and Culture Passes are accepted: