Two types of tours are offered by the New Hope Historical Society:
Parry Mansion Tours
The Parry Mansion was built in 1784 by Benjamin Parry, one of New Hope's founders. The house has the distinction of having been occupied by four generations of Benjamin Parry's direct descendants. The line of Parry family ownership ended in 1966 when Margaret Parry Lang sold the Mansion to the New Hope Historical Society.
The furnishings of the eleven rooms reflect 125 years of decorative changes. Each room represents a different time period during which the Parry family occupied the Mansion.
For an authentic New Hope experience, the Parry Mansion is a must-see. Tour guides are trained to offer historical information along with the "stories" that have been passed through generations. Come and share in this rich history.
Parry Mansion Tour Information
Tours of the Mansion and its grounds are conducted on Saturday and Sunday starting at 1 until 5 pm from May to November. Tours are free, reservations not required.
Group tours for ten or more people are available year round. Reservations for group tours must be made in advance by calling 215-862-5652 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Group Tours - $5 per attendee, suggested.
Walking Tours of Downtown New Hope
Revolutionary War Action - Illustrious Citizens - Famous Artists - Shad Fishing
Take our expertly guided walking tour to see the places and hear the tales that make New Hope such a fascinating place. The tour is approximately one mile long and lasts about one hour. Please wear comfortable walking shoes and bring along a beverage if you wish. Check calendar for times.
Walking Tour Information
At this time Walking Tours are available only for groups of ten or more people. They are offered year round by advance reservation.