Planning Your Visit

Guided tours happen on the hour while the house is open. No need to reserve your spot, simply drop by and we will fit you in. If you have a party of six or more, or would like to arrange for a tour outside of our normal hours, we offer private tours by appointment. Please contact us for more information.

The mansion is closed for the 2018 season. 2019 details coming soon! Thanks to all who visited this summer.


Tree and Plant Tour

Did you know that you can now take a self guided tree tour? This project was completed at the end of the 2017 season. This tour includes a walk with a map, facts about the trees on the property and an exhibit about how the landscape has changed over time. 



If you are researching a particular aspect of Vermont, Second Empire architecture, or Victorian furniture, textiles or fashion, we have an extensive archive available to reference. We are currently working to digitize our collection, but physical access is granted in rare circumstances.


Other Local Attractions

The Mile-Around is a walking trail located in the woods behind the house, on the family's former farmland. A single mile walk was set up by Trenor Park to promote calm and relaxation, and has been open to public use since the 1980s. The land is now managed by the Fund for North Bennington, which has expanded the single walk with over 6 miles of accessible trails. The woods and fields are a favorite spot for neighbors, and have become a daily routine for many.

The McCullough Free Library - The library was built in 1920-21 by Eliza Hall Park McCullough in memory of her husband, John G. McCullough, a former governor of Vermont, legislator, and businessman. The two-story brick building, designed by New York architect J. Lawrence Aspinwall of the firm Renwick, Aspinwall & Tucker, was a gift to the community and has served as a hub of village activities for more than eight decades.

The Bennington Monument - constructed in large part due to the work of Hiland Hall - commemorates the Battle of Bennington of 1777 - a momentous event in the revolutionary war. The monument offers extensive views from its 200ft observation deck.

The Bennington Museum, which highlights art from the region as it relates to the world at large. It houses the world's largest collection of paintings by Grandma Moses, and galleries devoted to Modernism and contemporary art as well.

For a meal in North Bennington: Marigold Kitchen, Kevin's Bar and Grill, and Pangaea are all just a 2 minute walk away.

Photo by Allison Hopkins Photography