Please complete the below form to request an available date and time.
Each individual reservation is limited to two (2) persons.
Your confirmation will be on your screen after signing up – you will receive no further confirmation. You may print this receipt to bring with you.
Our tours times are as follows: 10:00am, 11:00am, 2:00pm, and 3:00pm on Tuesdays only. If you do not see a slot available in the drop-down menu it means that it is fully booked. Please register for an alternate time. The tours start on time; please arrive five (5) minutes prior your scheduled tour time with a form of government issued Photo ID. NYPD reserves the right to deny access to guests without Photo ID. Anyone arriving ten (10) minutes or more after the designated hour will not be allowed in, but may wait for the next tour that day. No photography or filming is permitted in Gracie Mansion.
Spaces are extremely limited. Reservations will be granted on a first come, first serve basis. We ask that you please honor your reservation as there is a waitlist to tour the Gracie Mansion. In case of an emergency and you cannot attend, please let us know directly by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Reservations are non-transferable.
We thank you for your understanding and look forward to welcoming you.
All tours are rain or shine!
In honor of its 35th anniversary, the Gracie Mansion Conservancy has launched a new art installation at Gracie Mansion, titled “Windows on the City: Looking Out at Gracie’s New York,” which consists of previously and newly acquired works. All of the additional pieces come from the original Gracie Mansion period.
The installation, which includes 49 new works – paintings, objects, historical documents and more – focuses on the late Colonial, Revolutionary, and Federal Periods, a timeline that runs roughly from 1763 to 1825. Highlights include stoneware from a free African American, a portrait of the daughter of the then-governor of Connecticut, Native American artifacts, Cantonware from New York’s early trade with China, and more. The collection also features “An Act for the Gradual Abolition of Slavery,” more commonly known as “The Gradual Emancipation Act.” The document was loaned to Gracie Mansion from the New York State Archives, a program of the New York State Education Department.
The new pieces have been carefully curated by Kalia M. Brooks, consulting curator to the Gracie Mansion Conservancy, to create a more historically accurate picture of life in New York City during the time of Gracie Mansion’s construction.
At the present time we are only providing tours in English and soon hope to expand to other languages.
We are not offering group tours. If you are part of a private organization or association that would like to tour the house, please email your request including your name, size of your organization, and nature of the proposed group, to email@example.com, and we will work to add you to one of the currently scheduled tours.
Please note that the Gracie Mansion Conservancy information line has changed to 212-676-3060, however we only accept reservations online so please do not leave tour requests there.
Photo ID required for entrance. No photography permitted in the interior. At the present time, tours are available in English only. Please plan to arrive at least five minutes in advance.
Gracie Mansion is accessible by public transportation.
VIA SUBWAY: Take the , , trains to 86th Street. Walk 5 blocks east to East End Avenue, then two blocks north to 88th Street.
VIA BUS: Take the crosstown M86 or the M31 which run on York Avenue, to York Avenue and 88th Street. Walk one block east to East End Avenue.
There is no parking at Gracie Mansion. The following list of nearby garages is included for your convenience.
Arwin 88 Garage
1675 York Avenue (between 88th and 89th Streets)
500 East 85th Street (between York and East End Avenues)
East River Tower Garage
1725 York Avenue (89th Street between York and First Avenues)