Oneida Community Mansion House, Oneida

93,000 square foot building houses a museum, residential apartments, overnight lodging, Kenwood and Vine restaurant, and banquet and meeting space.

The property encompasses 200 acres including historic gardens and grounds, the Oneida Community Cemetery, and the country's first corporate golf course. Century old trees include a Black Walnut and a Tulip which are New York State champions.

Guided tours Wed. - Sat. 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., Sun. 2 p.m. Self-guided tours may be taken during business hours. On-Cell mobile phone tours are available for permanent and changing exhibitions and several period rooms.
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  • Went on a tour of the mansion house and learned the history behind it. Besides it being beautiful inside the history was amazing. The tour guides were great  more »
  • Visiting bike trails along Erie Canal and saw this mansion listed on things to do, stopped here in time for guided tour which was amazing and best way to hear about the weird cult that lived and thriv...  more »
  • I didn't know anything about the Oneida Community until I took the tour. For $5.00, this could be the most comprehensive tour I've ever taken--you must give yourself not only time for the tour (which ...  more »
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  • Part of this is Apartments. I went to go visit my girlfriend, and she gave me The Grand Tour. I thought the entire place was amazing, it was fantastic! the sheer amount of what was there was phenomenal. It's a great piece of history that has gracefully been reserved so far.
  • WiFi is kind of weak, but the experience was enjoyable. The entire feel and look of the mansion is very cool
  • Cool Little Museum you don't get to see as much as you think most of the buildings are residential now but the history was kind of neat our tour guy Gary was pretty cool
  • Riveting history and beautiful rooms. Would stay again
  • The visit was part of a tour for liberty tabletop factory.

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