Parry Mansion Tours

The Parry Mansion (pictured on our masthead) was built in 1784 by Benjamin Parry, one of New Hope’s founders. Ever since, the mansion has been occupied by Benjamin Parry’s direct descendants until it was purchased by the New Hope Historical Society in 1966.

The furnishings of the 8 rooms reflect 125 years of decorative changes experienced by the Parry family. Each room represents a different time period during which the Parry’s occupied the mansion.

For those who love history, the Parry Mansion historical tour should not be missed! Tour guides are trained to offer historical information along with the “stories” that have been passed through generations. Come and share in the rich history of New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Tour Information:

Tours are conducted on Saturdays and Sundays from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM from late April through early December.(Group tours are by advance reservations and are available all year round. Interested groups should call 215-862-5652)

Adults – $5
Seniors and Students – $4
Under 12 Yrs. – $1

First Floor

The Colonial Entrance Hall
The Federal Drawing Room
The American Empire Dining Room
The Victorian Music Room
The Late Victorian Library

Second Floor

The Colonial Bedroom
The Federal Bedroom
The Empire Bedroom
The Victorian Bedroom
The Child’s Room