Mansion Tour: Guided

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Wednesday June 7

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10:00 AM  –  10:45 AM

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Discover over a century of history at Brucemore during this 45-minute guided tour of the mansion. Follow an expert to hear stories about the history and collections of Brucemore and the families who called the mansion home. View the first, second, and third floors of the mansion, as well as the infamous Brucemore basement. When finished with your tour, Brucemore welcomes you to explore the 26-acres of grounds and gardens at no additional cost.

Guided Tour Options
Saturdays at 10:00 am
Sundays at 3:30 pm

$12.00 Adults
$7.00 Students (4+)
Free (3 and under)
Brucemore members receive a $5 discount per ticket. Please sign in using the link in the upper right corner to use your member discount on this purchase, or call (319) 362-7375.

Important information for your visit

Arrival and Parking: We ask that you arrive via our main entrance, 2160 Linden Dr. SE., Cedar Rapids, IA 52403. Follow signs towards the mansion, where there is on-site parking a short walk from the mansion entrance.

Check-in: Please check in with staff at the mansion at the scheduled tour time on your ticket.

Bags: We will have a coat rack where you are able to leave items. It will not be monitored during the tour. You may wish to consider leaving bags or other items in your vehicle.

Accessibility: This tour consists of substantial walking and standing. The historic mansion is not currently wheelchair accessible. There are several stairs to access the first floor, and several flights of stairs to see the other floors. Please make the best decision for the accessibility of your party with this knowledge.

Photography: Photography is allowed for personal, non-professional use. Tripods, selfie-sticks, or other photography equipment is not permitted. Photographs should not distract form other’s enjoyment.

Ticket Policies: All ticket sales are non-refundable. Please read our ticket policy here.

Preservation in Action: Watch for areas throughout your visit to see preservation in action! This is an important part of ensuring the site remains part of the community for future generations. If you would like to donate to support these efforts, click here.