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  • Road work on Washington Place Friday Sept 26th to Wednesday Oct 1st weather permitting

    Expect delays arriving to Washington's HQ and Ford Mansion due to roadwork and repaving of Washington Place. Give yourself more time to arrive for tours of the Ford Mansion. Call 973-539-2016 ext.210 for updates if needed

  • Mandatory All Employee Staff Meeting on Friday October 3rd

    The Visitor Center, Wick House, Museum and the Ford Mansion will be closed Friday Oct 3rd from 9am to 11am for a mandatory all employee meeting. Tours of the Ford Mansion will resume at 11am. Sorry for the inconvience. Call 973-539-2016 ext.210 for info.

Things To Know Before You Come

Washington's Headquarters Museum

Three new exhibit galleries, a documentary film, and the Eastern National bookstore are open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Ford Mansion - Washington's Headquarters

Tours of the Ford Mansion that was the winter headquarters of General George Washington during the Winter of 1779-1780, are provided daily. Tours begin at the Washington's Headquarters Museum, just down the hill from the mansion.

Tour size will be limited to 20 visitors per tour. Tickets are on a first come first served basis.

Tickets for each tour are available at the contact desk inside the museum. Tours are available at 10 a.m., 11 a.m.,1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m.,.

For additional information, please call (973) 539-2016 x210.


Jockey Hollow

We are currently out of Jockey Hollow Hiking Trail maps. Please print maps before your visit to hike through Jockey Hollow.
Download Jockey Hollow Hiking Trail Map.


Wick House

The Wick House may close due to limited staff availability or weather conditions. Please check at Visitor Center desk or call 973-543-4030.

Did You Know?

tea chest

The tea that was thrown into Boston Harbor by the Sons of Liberty in December 1773 was a mixture of Ceylonese and Darjeeling. The same tea can still be purchased from the original blending house, Davison Newsom of London.