Visit

Terrace Hill is one of the nation’s most accessible governor’s residences. Guided tours of the first two floors and historic gardens take visitors back to the Victorian lifestyle of the late 1880’s.

Tours last approximately one hour and begin in the Carriage House, which once contained horse stalls and carriages, and now has been renovated into a visitor’s center, museum, and gift shop.

Admission

$5 for Adults
$2 for children (6-12)
FREE for students with a school and 1 free chaperone per 10 students
Cash or check ONLY

Hours

Open for tours March through December. Closed most holidays.

Guided Tours are given Tuesday-Saturday at the following times:
10:30 a.m.
11:30 a.m.
12:30 p.m.
1:30 p.m.

Walk-ins under 10 people are welcome at ALL the scheduled tour times without reservations. Groups over ten people can make a reservation online or call 515-281-3604.

Groups and Motor Coach

Large groups and motor coaches are welcome at Terrace Hill. Please call 515-281-3604 or schedule a tour online.

Schools

Terrace Hill is living history for children, and a great educational opportunity for educators. Tours for school field trips are free for students and these groups receive 1 free chaperone per 10 students. Please call 515-281-3604 or schedule a tour online.

Accessibility

Terrace Hill is accessible to those with disabilities. Please notify the Carriage House office at 515-281-7205 prior to arrival to make the necessary arrangements.

Printed from the Terrace Hill website on July 22, 2017 at 9:49am.