Gilded Age Glenview: Historic Home Tour


Thursdays & Fridays, 1pm; Saturdays & Sundays, 1 & 3pm



Admission Tickets

Glenview is an 1877 home on the National Register of Historic Places, designed by architect Charles W. Clinton. Explore the six fully restored period rooms on a guided tour and see the fine woodwork, furnishings, artwork, and magnificent architectural features that rank it as one of the most important early Gilded Age residences open to the public. Don’t miss the chance to see Yonkers’s favorite 24-room dollhouse, Nybelwyck Hall, decorated with miniature floral bouquets.

Glenview appears in HBO’s The Gilded Age, the popular Emmy Award–winning series from Julian Fellowes, creator of Downton Abbey.

Capacity is limited to 15 visitors per tour. Advance ticket purchase is encouraged. Recommended for ages 8+. Strollers are not permitted in Glenview.

Please note, tours of Glenview will not be offered on Friday, June 2; The Museum will be closed for a special event. In addition, there will only be a 1pm tour on Sunday, June 4.