Located in Historic Schaefferstown, Lebanon County Pennsylvania. Heidelberg Hall is a brown sandstone Second Empire architectural style mansion built from 1876 to 1882, for William M. Weigley, one of Lebanon County’s wealthiest and most influential men during the late nineteenth century, and designed by the noted Philadelphia architect Isaac Harding Hobbs. The architectural firm of Isaac H. Hobbs & Son was known for designing various structures including churches, banks, office buildings and schools using various architectural styles. Their most publicized work was expressively ornate mansard-roofed suburban and country residences which includes Heidelberg Hall, also known as the Weigley Mansion, and was published in Godey’s Lady’s Magazine in April 1875, Scientific American in July 1875, and Isaac Hobbs 1876 publication.

Heidelberg Hall is a classic example of Gilded Age exuberance as it includes design features such as two towers, including a central 75′ tall mansard tower, an octagon shaped tower, a projecting second-story open porch, ornamental cast iron roof crests, three large formal entrance ways, high decorative plaster ceilings, solid American chestnut moldings throughout, several ornate gas chandeliers, a grand main staircase, 9 fireplaces, 110 windows, 60 doors, 12 staircases, and three floors spanning over 12,000 sq ft of living space. An architectural wonder to behold! Our collection features over 30 of the most prominent furniture craftsmen of the day. Including a large collection of Herter Brothers, Pottier & Stymus, Tiffany & Co, Kimbel & Cabus, Herts Brothers, John Jelliff, and many more. Featuring the largest curated collection of 19th century American furnishings in the country, with provenance to some of the most well known Gilded Age families in the America. From the Astor, Vanderbilt, Rockefeller, Coleman, & DuPont family.

Mansion Tours

Our 2024 Tour Season Begins Saturday, June 8th. Gilded Age Tours Available By Reservation Only. Reservations Can Be Made 24 Hrs In Advance Of Each Tour Date. Our Morning Guided Tours Begin At 10:30 Am, Following Our Afternoon Tour At 1:30 Pm every other Saturday— Check Our Facebook Page For Up To Date Available Tours.

Our Grand Reopening Is Saturday, June 22nd From 10:00 Am — 4:00 Pm During The Schaefferstown Cherry Fair. Merchandise, Refreshments & Photo Opportunities Available throughout The Day. 20 Minute Tours Available Each Hour—Last Tour At 4pm. Tickets Available At The Doors For A Donation Of $10 Per Person Towards The Restoration Of The Museum.

Gilded Age Tours Begin Saturday, August 3rd— $35 Per Person


For upcoming tours, booking inquiries, or to purchase tickets, contact us on our Facebook page at Facebook.com/HeidelbergHall or email us at Info@HeidelbergHall.com

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Standard Guided Tours — The Gilded Age $35/person (90+ minutes) —Saturday’s (Subject to availability)

Private Tours — An Extensive & Informative Tour $250/per group (up to 4 guests) or $65/person per group of 8-12 guests (subject to calendar availability)

Join us every other Saturday for Guided Tours at 10:30 am or 1:30 pm. Please arrive 5-10 minutes early on site for check-in. Doors close promptly at the start of each tour. Late participants may not gain entry, no refunds. Guests are required to book & reserve tickets in advance due to limited availability, tickets may sell out ahead of tour dates. No walk-ups at this time please.

For our safety and privacy— We kindly ask that guests reframe from entering the property or the museum at any other time while the mansion is a full-time private residence.

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