It’s roughly a 15-minute drive from 15th and Market Streets to Historic Strawberry Mansion.

A guided tour of the mansion’s three floors is included with admission.

Historic Strawberry Mansion accepts cash, checks, and Paypal. We do not have a card reader onsite.

Yes! Our lot can accommodate 50 cars.

Pets are allowed outside. Dogs must be on a leash, per Fairmount Park regulations.

Each tour is between 40 minutes and an hour long.

That depends on the circumstances, but no more than six people are generally included in each tour.

Children are welcome on tours. We ask that strollers stay in the front hall, as some rooms are difficult to navigate with a stroller.

Unfortunately, because the mansion was built 200 years before the ADA, some of its historic architectural features are inherently not accessible. The mansion has two small steps up to the front door, and the second and third floors are accessible only by stair. If the upper floors are not accessible to you, we sincerely apologize for the inconvenience and are more than happy to provide you with a discounted tour of just the first floor.

Photography is allowed; we ask that you do not use flash.

Due to seasonal and COVID-19 considerations, we ask that you schedule a tour ahead of time; at least one week’s notice is preferable. To schedule a tour, please call 215-228-8364 or email us at strawberrymansion@me.com.

We sell honey in the museum gift shop, but we do not serve snacks or meals. To see some nearby restaurant options, visit the Fairmount Park Conservancy’s restaurants and cafés page.

You are more than welcome to leave luggage in the front hall during a tour. We lock the door once the tour begins.

We do not sell gift certificates at this time.

Yes! To schedule group or school tours, please call 215-228-8364 or email strawberrymansion@me.com

Yes! Admission to Historic Strawberry Mansion is free to service men and women and their families during the summer months.