The Breakers and Green Animals Topiary Garden, The Elms and Marble House are open daily at 10 a.m. with last admission at 4 p.m. House and grounds close at 5 p.m. Note: David Rogers’ Big Bugs – featuring 10 bugs in all, will remain at Green Animals through October 3. It is included with regular admission by the Stroll the Gardens & Grounds ticket or multiple-property ticket, and is free for Preservation Society members.
The Elms Servant Life Tour is back! This very popular specialty tour tells the behind-the-scenes stories of butlers, maids, cooks and others who made the house “work like magic.” You’ll learn about their lives and see the places where they worked, including the kitchens, coal cellar, boiler room and laundry rooms. Advance reservations are highly recommended.
For more information and a link to purchase tickets, Click Here.
Starting September 1, visitors will be able to listen to the house tell its stories through the new Marble House Family/Kids Tour. Like the similar tour at The Breakers, this one is designed for children younger than 13, but can be enjoyed by anyone. To listen, download the free Newport Mansions app and choose “Marble House,” then “Family/Kids.”
Tours are self-guided using our free audio tour app. Save time and download the Newport Mansions app on your smart device prior to your Newport Mansions visit. And don’t forget to bring your earbuds. Go to your app store, and search for “Newport Mansions”. For more information, or to purchase tickets, Click Here.
GROUPS – We are accepting group tour reservations for 2021. For more information Click Here.
The Holidays at the Newport Mansions 2021 is scheduled for Nov. 20, 2021 – Jan. 2, 2022
The Newport Mansions are landmarks of a vibrant era. To capture the flavor of Gilded Age, the hear the voices, memories and experiences of generations of people who lived and worked in these houses through a series of audio tours of The Breakers, The Elms, Marble House & Rosecliff. From Marble House, where the Duke of Marlborough met his future Duchess, Consuelo Vanderbilt to The Elms, where actress Ethel Barrymore and President Teddy Roosevelt’s daughter Alice were among more than 400 housewarming party guests, discover a world of exceptional elegance and inspiration in architecture, landscapes and social history.