Hours & Admissions, Directions & Parking

Fonthill Castle Hours

Monday – Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Sundays:  Noon – 5 pm

The castle offers one-hour guided tours.  Please call for our daily tour schedule, Monday – Friday first tour at 11 am., Saturday first tour at 10:30 am, Sunday first tour at noon.  The last tour of each day is 4:00 pm.  Reservations are required for tours.  We will do our best to accommodate walk-ins but we can not guarantee access.  For reservations and tour times, call 215-348-9461 or email fhmail@fonthillmuseum.org.

Personal photography permitted during tours. Commercial, wedding, or event photography permits available. Please contact fhmail@fonthillmuseum.org

Download the Fonthill Park Walk Brochure for a self-guided tour of the Castle’s grounds.

Accessibility

Fonthill Castle has very limited accessibility. Only four rooms on the first floor can be accessed by wheelchair. However, a special ground floor and castle exterior tour may be arranged.

Fonthill Castle Admission

Adults $15
Senior (65 and up) $13
Youth (6-17) $8
Ages 5 and under FREE
Mercer Experience Ticket (Admission to both Fonthill Castle & Mercer Museum) Adult $26, Youth $15

Credit cards are accepted for payment at both the Mercer Museum and Fonthill castle.

Reservations are required for Fonthill Castle tours. To make a tour reservation, call 215-348-9461 or email fhmail@fonthillmuseum.org.

Admission Discounts

AAA
$1 off adult Fonthill Castle Admission

Active Military
Year-round free admission for active-duty military personnel and their families.

Unaccompanied Children

Children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult (18 years or older). Teenagers 13-17 may visit without an adult but are not permitted to surpervise children 12 and younger.

Directions & Parking

Fonthill is located 1 mile from the Mercer Museum
GPS address is 525 East Court Street

Click here for directions using Google Maps

 

ROLLO'S FACTS

Henry Mercer was 51 when he began building the first of his three concrete structures, his home Fonthill, 1908-1910.
Rollo's Fact 1

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