LOCATED IN GERMANTOWN’S TULPEHOCKEN STATION HISTORIC DISTRICT, the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion is Philadelphia’s only house museum that focuses on the Victorian period. The restored mid-nineteenth century house and gardens exemplify the domestic life of the rising middle class between 1860 and 1880.

Through its educational programs – designed for all ages – and its research library, the Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion serves a wide constituency, encouraging historic preservation and the study of Victorian culture, architecture, and design during the time of the American Industrial Revolution.

Ebeneezer Maxwell Mansion

Address
200 West Tulpehocken Street
Philadelphia, PA 19144

Map and Directions
Programs and Events

Contact
phone: 215.438.1861    
email: diane@ebenezermaxwellmansion.org

Hours
Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Tours are scheduled at 12:15, 1:15, 2:15 and 3:15
Please plan to arrive a few minutes before the tour start time
Walk-in tours are suspended from mid-December through January

Admission
$8 per adult, $6 for students age 18 and under

Public Transportation Nearby
SEPTA H and XH bus routes and the Chestnut Hill West Regional Rail Line (Tulpehocken Station)

 

Eneneezer Maxwell Website