Phelps Mansion Museum
An architectural relic, the Phelps Mansion Museum gives you an idea of what American upper-class life in the 1870s might have been like. Make the most of your experience and join the guided tour, included in the price of admission. Check the museum’s website for information on the frequently offered educational programs.
Things to Know Before You Go
Take a camera—photos are allowed inside the mansion.
The museum is wheelchair-accessible via lift access to the upper floors.
How to Get There
Located in downtown Binghamton, off US-11 on Court Street, the Phelps Mansion Museum is easiest to reach by car. Parking is free. For travelers without a car, bus service runs daily from New York City’s Port Authority Bus Terminal to Binghamton bus station—a short walk from the museum. Enter the museum through the ballroom, on the driveway side.
When to Get There
The Phelps Mansion Museum is open Friday through Sunday, from 11am to 5pm. Tours run every 30 minutes, and the last one starts at 4:30pm.
Catch a Baseball Game at NYSEG Stadium
After exploring the historic Phelps Mansion Museum, enjoy a favorite American pastime at the nearby NYSEG Stadium. Visit during baseball season—April through October—and watch the Binghamton Rumble Ponies in action. Games are typically held several times weekly, but check the calendar in advance to make sure the team isn’t on the road.
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