Historic Site Group Tours

Explore our sites and immerse yourself in history.

Groups of 10 or more enjoy discounted admission and have the option to add on tours of our other properties or lunch in our museum shop cafe. Groups of 25 or more receive one complimentary ticket.

A deposit of $50 is due upon confirmation and is refundable, less a $25 processing fee, with written notice of cancellation 30 days prior to the date of the tour. Final payment may be made in advance or upon arrival, unless otherwise specified.

No-shows and groups canceling after the cancellation deadline will be charged for the full amount.

VISA, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express are welcome.

For assistance or to make a group reservation, call our office at 914-631-8200.


About Our Historic Sites

The Union Church of Pocantico Hills features stained glass windows by Marc Chagall and Henri Matisse, which were commissioned by members of the Rockefeller family. A trip to the Union Church is quick but memorable, making it an ideal and easy addition to a Kykuit visit, which is nearby.

Philipsburg Manor in Sleepy Hollow, New York tells the story of an expansive 18th-century working farm owned by a family of Dutch origin and operated by a community of enslaved Africans. Several rooms in the manor house have interactive experiences that allow visitors to handle reproduction objects. Tours to Kykuit begin at Philipsburg Manor’s visitor center, so your group can visit two sites without re-boarding your motor coach.

Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, one of the most famous historic houses in America, enjoys an unspoiled riverfront setting. The house, grounds, colorful gardens, and river views have been charming visitors for many generations. As at Philipsburg Manor, guides wear period clothing, heightening the sense of a trip back in time.

Van Cortlandt Manor is nine miles north of Philipsburg Manor and Kykuit. There, visitors experience the domestic life of a patriot family of the late 1700s. Visitors see the manor house itself, filled with treasures, and enjoy the activities ongoing at the site, which may include blacksmithing, open-hearth cooking, spinning, weaving, and brick making.