2014 Rates*

Mansion Tours available online.

Upgrade at the Box Office upon arrival for any additional tours you wish to take. http://winchestermysteryhouse.com/rates_schedules.cfm

Tour Type

Adults (13-64)

Seniors (65+)

Children (6-12)

Grand Estate Tour

$40.00 $36.00 $30.00
This 2 hour tour includes the Mansion, Behind the Scenes, and the Garden walkthrough.

Mansion Tour

$33.00 $30.00 $25.00
65 minute guided tour of the interior of the mansion. Children under 5 are free with a paying adult

Behind the Scenes Tour

$27.00 $26.00 $24.00
Discover the mansion basement, support outbuildings and more on this 45 minute guided tour of the grounds. Children 5 and under are not allowed due to safety concerns. Hard hats will be worn on this tour.

Annual Pass

$65.00 $65.00 $65.00

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Discounts for your friends and family
*Sorry, not valid for Special Events or Group Tours.

2014 Schedule*

Open Last Mansion Tour*
SUN-THU
Last Mansion Tour*
FRI/SAT
Last Grand Tour*
SUN-THU
Last Grand Tour*
FRI/SAT
1/1 - 5/23 9am 5pm 5pm 3pm 3pm
5/24 - 9/1 9am 7pm 7pm 5pm 5pm
9/2 - 12/31 9am 5pm 5pm 3pm 3pm
* All rates subject to change without notice.
* All times subject to change without notice.

Continue: Maps and Directions
Wander through 110 of the 160 rooms of this Victorian mansion, designed and built by the Winchester Rifle heiress. Tour the estate daily. Keep up to date on all the happenings, worldly and otherwise, only with the exclusive "13th Hour" newsletter.
AMAZING FACTS

It is said that Mrs. Winchester felt the 1906 San Francisco earthquake was a warning from the spirits that she had spent too much money on the front section of the house, which was nearing completion. After having the structural damage repaired, she immediately ordered the front thirty rooms – including the Daisy Bedroom, Grand Ballroom, and the beautiful front doors – sealed up. The heavy, ornate front doors, which had been installed just prior to the earthquake, had only been used by three people – Mrs. Winchester and the two carpenters who installed them.