639 Terrace Street, P.O. Box 871, Meadville, PA 16335

Visiting the Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum

eeb393916cf7c66aa1a52f7af8350321SUMMER MUSEUM HOURS

The museum is open during June, July, and August for general tours and would love to have you! Our street address is 639 Terrace Street, Meadville, Pennsylvania. Visit us during summer from Wednesday through Sunday, with tours starting on the hour at 12, 1, 2, and 3pm. We are closed Mondays and Tuesdays.


Reservations are not required for regular tours of the museum.

Your tour this summer is FREE courtesy of Armstrong Cable!

Admission fees may vary for special events.
(Reservations may be required for special events)


Parking: A limited number of Easy Access Parking spaces are available on Lord Street as street parking. Parking for general tours can occur just off the drive in the lawn. Parking for special events takes place in Penn Plaza, across from the museum.

Mansion: Due to our historic nature, please note handicap accessibility is somewhat restricted to see the museum. The Basement level is accessible during summer months (in good weather), both via wheel chair and walking apparatus. The first and second floors can only be reached by stairs, although there are only four steps to reach the first floor. During special events, please note the traffic pattern of those visiting the museum may not be conducive for basement entrance. If desired, ask your guide for a book that contains pictures or to view a PowerPoint presentation of the other floors if you can reach them on foot.

Grounds: You may follow the drives around the property with a walking apparatus or wheelchair if desired to view the grounds. Note the museum is private property and not a public park, thus some paths and drives may not be open during winter months or during special events.