General Admission Tickets
To purchase admission tickets please use the form below and put in the quantity of tickets you would like next to the type of ticket you would like. Then continue to the payment screen.
The Mansion is open the first week of April through mid-October (2016 Season: April 1st - October 15th):
Tuesday through Sunday, 11 am to 5 pm, and most Monday holidays, closed on July 4th. The mansion occasionally closes at 3pm for Special Events.
The Gardens & Grounds: Year-round Monday - Saturday 10 am to 5 pm, Sundays 10am to 3pm. The grounds & gardens occasionally close early for Special Events.
Christmas at Blithewold 2016: November 25th through January 1st (closed Dec 24 & 25). Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, 11 am to 5 pm, Thursdays and Fridays 11am - 8pm (5pm closing on New Year's Eve).
Ticket prices below are for the April/May peek season. Prices will return to regular admission at the end of May.
Tickets can also be bought at our Visitors Center upon arrival.
Tuesday, April 05
- Friday, May 13
Afternoon Tea in the Dining Room
Wednesday, April 06
- Wednesday, October 05
Saturday, April 16
- Saturday, May 28
Exploring the Spring Garden
Saturday, April 16
- Saturday, October 08
Wednesday, May 04
- Wednesday, June 08
Watercolor Painting at Blithewold with Artist Mary Ellen Dwyer
Sunday, May 08
Mother's Day Tea (Sold Out)
A Boy’s Trip to Europe, 1869
(Apr 27, '16)
In 1869, 16-year-old Israel Pardee left his home in Hazleton, Pennsylvania, for a one-year educational journey through Europe, accompanied by his younger sister Anne. Israel (known in the family as Izzie) was Bessie McKee’s older brother and became Marjorie Van Wickle’s favorite Uncle. Izzie and Anne had joined the family of their father’s friend, Dr. […]
(Apr 22, '16)
Daffodil Days here at Blithewold are in full swing. The soft, sweet fragrance of the flowers wafts toward me whenever I walk near the Bosquet. It’s positively enticing! I could wax poetic about each daffodil variety we have here, but I thought it would be better to let them speak for themselves. So, in lieu […]
(Apr 15, '16)
This post is written by Gail Read, the Gardens Manager here at Blithewold. She has been here at Blithewold for over 25 years and is a fountain of knowledge about the plants and the property. Daffodils lift our spirits when they bloom each year. They signal the end of our weary winter and the […]