• Open Wednesday-Sunday
  • Guided tours every hour from 10am to 3pm
  • no tours from 12-1 pm
  • Closed on all national holidays except Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day
  • when a designated holiday falls on a Monday or Tuesday, Ringwood Manor is closed the following Wednesday
  • Guided and advanced reservation tours available for groups of 10 or more
  • school tours customized to specific topics, time requirements and knowledge levels
  • ADA accessible site (first floor only)
  • Guided tours
  • Interpretive programs
  • Restroom on site
  • Adults - $3
  • Children ages 6-12 - $1
  • Children ages 5 and under – Free
  • Car fee - On weekends from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day, NJ residents are charged $5 per car to enter the park; out-of-state residents are charged $7 per car

Ringwood Manor

1304 Sloathsburg Road, Ringwood, NJ 07456


Ringwood Manor is in a National Historic Landmark District with historical significance that stretches from Native American occupation to early 20th century industry. Surrounded by the Ramapo Mountains, Ringwood Manor attracted ironmasters for over 200 years who were drawn to the area’s rich magnetite iron deposits. During the Gilded Age, Ringwood Manor served as a large summer estate for iron suppliers Peter Cooper and Abram S. Hewitt and their families. In 1938, the house, its contents, and the surrounding property were donated by the families to the State of New Jersey to serve as a museum and state park. With original historical structures, gardens, and landscapes spanning 582 acres - and extensive historical collections illustrating family life, community, industry and culture in the area - Ringwood Manor is a unique repository of American history. Today, it’s a central part of Ringwood State Park and is overseen by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Parks and Forestry.


  • Take a guided tour of the historic manor and its extensive collections that explore the region’s rich history
  • Explore the surrounding Ringwood State Park
  • Stroll through Ringwood Manor’s lush gardens

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