• Wednesday-Sunday: 9 am-5 pm
  • Guided tours on the hour starting at 10 am
  • No tours between 12-1 pm
  • Reservations are required
  • Educational programming, events, and school group programs offered
  • Garden
  • Gift shop
  • Parking
  • Restrooms
  • Group Tours
  • Adults - $5
  • Children (ages 6-16) - $3
  • Free for members and children under six

Dey Mansion Washington's Headquarters

199 Totowa Road, Wayne, NJ 07470

973-706-6640


The Dey Mansion Washington’s Headquarters is a historic house museum curated to provide visitors with the experience of stepping back in time. Dey Mansion guests are transported back to the Colonial Era as they walk through the front door of the home of Colonel Theunis Dey. The mansion served as General George Washington’s headquarters during the summer and fall of 1780, and played a significant role in the American Revolution. Today, the Dey Mansion staff hosts tours, lectures, and special programs showcasing life in Colonial America, the events and people of the American Revolution, and the value and need for historic preservation.


WHAT TO SEE AND DO

  • Hop on an hour-long guided mansion tour to experience life in the Dey household
  • Tour the restored Olmsted Gardens
  • Attend a lecture or cooking demonstration, among other hands-on events and programs
  • Catch a blacksmith demonstration at The Forge on property
  • Explore the property’s Smokehouse and Springhouse

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