Designed in the mid-1920’s by the distinguished American architect John Russell Pope, whose works include the National Archives and the National Gallery of Art, the Tudor Revival Mansion was intentionally made to appear centuries old. Note the building’s weathered stone facade, and the sags and ripples in the slate roof. All stone was quarried on the estate.
Guided tours of the ground floor of Skylands Manor are available on selected Sundays, when you can explore the Manor’s history and architecture guided by knowledgeable NJBG docents. The tours last about 45 minutes to an hour.
All Manor House tour dates and times are subject to change; please check the Events calendar for dates and times.
General admission, $7
Seniors (62+), $5
Youth (13-18), $5
Children (6-12), $3
Children under 6, free.