Grey Towers National Historic Site, Milford

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4.5/5 based on 320 reviews on the web
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  • The house tour was short and you are only able to see a small portion of the mansion. The grounds and outside structures were beautiful and if it wasn't raining, we would have spent more time wanderin...  read more »
  • My husband and I enjoyed walking the grounds. Lovely views over the valley and far hills. Did not go into the mansion as we wanted to be outdoors. 
  • Thank you Melody for a great tour! We thoroughly enjoyed the estate, the grounds and the scenery at Grey Towers. This is "chateau" modeled after Lafayette's original castle in France. Melody, our tour...  read more »
  • Grey Towers is an impressive estate that features a number of grand old trees and a mansion of the former PA Governor Pinchot. Just outside Milford proper, it is a lovely place to visit on a sunny afternoon, especially with guests from out of town. A nice walk through the property, and some quirky and neat details of their mansion that are unique and charming.
  • This is a real find, my wife and I wanted our wedding here but at the time they didn't allow. Beautiful estate. Come with some lunch and soak it in. The outdoor pond/dining table, the view of the Delaware valley...
  • The vision and vast perspective of Gifford Pinchot is impressive. Filled with grand old trees upon the peak of a hill just outside of Milford, PA, the Grey Towers National Historic Site also was the home to the former PA Governor and the first chief of our Forestry(?). The mansion on top of the hill is really a grand old home filled with custom built walking grounds that must have been spectacular back in its peak. Well worth the visit.
  • My husband and I loved it. Went there in winter though, so there was no guided tours and we couldn't go inside the towers. But still beautiful, and it is definitely worth visiting.
  • Warning to Senior Citizens ..... They do not honor your America the Beautiful passes for free admission. If you want to see a nice place, try the Roosevelt or Vanderbilt homes. They do honor Senior passes. Grey Towers charges you half admission and do NOT allow your right to have a friend with you to enter free. Until they change and do the right thing, this is a place that Seniors should avoid IMO.
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