Hours & Admission

Tours

King Manor is visited by guided tour February through December (closed January).
Open hours are:
Mondays through Fridays, 12 - 2 pm,
Saturdays & Sundays, 1 - 5 pm

Groups and researchers may contact us in advance to book a visit outside of these hours.

King Manor will be closed on the following days:
Memorial Day, Monday, May 29th
Independence Day, Tuesday, July 4th
Labor Day, Monday, September 4th
Columbus Day, Monday, October 9th
Thanksgiving, Thursday and Friday, November 23rd and 24th
Christmas, Monday, December 25th

Please note: Organized groups (including group homes, scout groups, and school groups) require a reservation to visit King Manor; group rates apply, and tours can be scheduled Monday through Sunday.

Admission

Suggested Admission:
Adults $5
Seniors and Students $3
Children 16 and under Free
King Manor Members Free

Directions

King Manor Museum is located inside King Park at 153 Street and Jamaica Avenue in Jamaica, Queens. Street-side parking can be tricky in our busy neighborhood, so we encourage visitors to use mass transit. The museum is close to E, J, F & LIRR train stops and is accessible from many bus routes. There is limited parking available at the museum's lot inside the park. Please call 718-206-0545x13 if you plan to use our parking so we can make sure there will be a space for you!

 

Via the E, J or Z train: Get off at Jamaica Center/Parsons Archer and walk towards 153 Street and Jamaica Avenue

Via the F train: Get off at Parsons Blvd and walk towards 153 Street and Jamaica Avenue

Via the LIRR: Get off at the Jamaica station and walk towards 153 Street and Jamaica Avenue

Plan your trip today and use google maps.

Accessibility

The first floor of King Manor is wheelchair accessible. Any visitors with limited mobility are welcome to enter using a ramp which is located by the back porch. There is no bell at that door, so please ring the bell at the side door or give us a call (718-206-0545) to let us know to expect you! We look forward to welcoming you at our historic site.