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Holiday Tours & Photography Exhibit
December 7, 2020
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Guided holiday tours of all three floors of the beautifully decorated mansion.
The 1886 mansion, formerly the home of Gov. Gifford Pinchot, founder and first chief of the US Forest Service, will once again be decorated by members of the Milford Garden Club.
Each floor is decorated with a different theme or era. These special holiday tours bring visitors to all three floors of the mansion; the upper floors usually are not open to the public for tours.
Guided tour fees
$8 adults; $7 seniors; $5 youth; under 12 free.
We honor Interagency Passes at Grey Towers!
Inclement weather may warrant a closure; please call first.
- Every Kid in a Park (EKIP) pass: entry is free for fourth-grade pass holder and three family members.
- Senior pass: entry is half-price for pass holder only.
- Access, Annual and Military passes: entry is half-price for pass holder only.
- Grey Towers Heritage member pass: entry is free for pass holder only.
Reservations required for groups of 10 or more and can be scheduled from 9 am-12 pm each day that the mansion is open for public tours.
Here’s how the free pass program works:
Fourth-graders should visit the website, https://www.nationalparks.org/every-kid-park-0 and complete the on-line activities. Once completed, they should download and print the paper voucher. Bring the voucher to Grey Towers to exchange it for the national EKIP pass!
For more information or in case of inclement weather, please call 570-296-9630.
Holiday Photography Show
In addition to the guided Holiday Tours, visitors can enjoy the Photography Show with pieces representing nature, forests and Grey Towers, by member of the Pike Imaging Council. All sales of photos will be directly with the photographer; contact information will be provided.
The Grey Towers Interpretive Gift Shop is open from December 7-20. The shop includes unique holiday gift items provided by Eastern National Forests Interpretive Association and the Grey Towers Heritage Association.