Group Tours

Experiences available to groups:

  • Guided tour of the Rosenbach brothers’ historic house and collections and access to all current exhibitions. Reservation and payment required two weeks in advance of tour date.
    $8 per adult & senior, $5 per student

  • Special exhibition package tour including curator led gallery tours in addition to a historic house tour. Reservation and payment required two weeks in advance of tour date.
    $25 per adult, senior & student
    Click here for details on the In the Beginning package tour.

  • Curator led presentations are available for groups with special interests. Reservation and payment required three weeks in advance of tour date.
    Fee dependent upon request.

To arrange your group tour:

Contact Farrar Fitzgerald at (215) 732-1600 ext.135 or farrarf [at] rosenbach [dot] org to discuss reservation dates and tour options.

Please keep in mind:
  • Group tours are available Tuesday through Sunday.
  • A signed Group Tour Agreement and all tour fees are required in advance of desired date.
  • Because of space restrictions and the desire to maintain the ambiance of a private home, historic house tours can only accommodate groups of up to 20 people. Groups of more than 10 people will be split up into smaller tours.
  • The museum does not have on-site parking available.
  • A wheelchair-accessible entrance is available.
  • Touch tours and ASL tours can be arranged upon request.
On-site amenities include:
  • Elevator
  • Wheelchair-accessible galleries
  • Cloakroom and lockers
  • Gift shop with extensive collection of books, cards, and gifts related to Rosenbach collections and exhibitions

I appreciated the Rosenbach for its fine preservation of history. I was particularly enthralled by the letters and newspaper articles that documented the Civil War. I felt as if I was in that time period, surrounded by furniture of the era and having intimate conversations with important figures in history. It was an enriching learning experience, and I cannot wait to go again!” -Phyllis Yang, student