The public is welcome to visit Grey Towers National Historic Site for guided tours of the mansion and garden. The grounds are open from sun-up to sun-down year round. Natural resource groups are invited to use the Grey Towers conference center for meetings and workshops.
Other activities on site include short hiking trails and conservation programs for all ages. The Forest Service hosts Leadership Development Programs.
Check out scheduled tours and special events sponsored by the Grey Towers Heritage Association: Event Calendar
For more information about Grey Towers tours visit: https://www.fs.usda.gov/greytowers
PLAN A VISIT: Hours, Directions & ADA Parking Information
Terrace Stonework by Melissa Brown
The Bait Box
Grey Towers is spectacular throughout the seasons
Visit the grounds year-around.
Forest Discovery Trail
An easy-to-hike, ½ mile trail winds its way through the mixed white pine and hemlock stand behind the mansion
The Landscape Tour brochure provides an overview of prominent features on the grounds.
Trees of Grey Towers
A self-guided tour of the Trees of Grey Towers. We hope you to enjoy and learn about the different trees in our landscape.
Laurel Hill Cemetery Tour
Established in 1821, contains 112 monuments, ranging from un-dressed fieldstone markers for paupers graves to more elaborate obelisks and carved markers.
Hike with Smokey
Children can take a hike with Smokey by borrowing a backpack filled with conservation education materials and activities to use on the grounds of Grey Towers.
Visit rooms in the Grey Towers mansion and beautiful locations on the grounds through this spectacular virtual tour.