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Estate

Estate
Founded by Marjorie Post

Museum

Museum
The mansion that became a museum

Gardens

Gardens
Thirteen acres of formal gardens

Reopening

Hillwood Has Reopened

Hillwood is excited to welcome back the community safely to enjoy access to the museum and gardens. 

Advanced reservations are required and are now available. We look forward to seeing you soon!

Learn more here and please check back for updates. Before you visit, please review our Temporary Visitor Guidelines.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

All on-site programs have been cancelled through at least May 31, 2021. Please click here for updated information.

Shoe with a rose for the heel cup and rose stem as high heel

Tune in from home to examine how roses have inspired fashion designers and influence the way we dress.

Thursday 13 May - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Tickets available
Container at Hillwood Estate, Museum & Gardens

Tune in from home and learn to create a beautiful container of plants to attract butterflies, bees, and other pollinators.

Friday 21 May - 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Tickets available
Porcelain camelia by artist Vladimir Kanevsky

Tune in from home to explore the porcelain flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky with the artist himself.

Wednesday 26 May - 6:30pm to 7:30pm
Tickets available
Floral arrangement featuring roses

Tune in from home to create a beautiful arrangement featuring roses, supported by a cast of other beautiful blooms.

Friday 18 June - 1:30pm to 2:30pm
Tickets available

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Special Exhibition

Featured Exhibition

Special Exhibition On View Now
The Porcelain Flowers of Vladimir Kanevsky

Online Engagement

Don't miss out!
Explore Hillwood from Home

Hillwood has reopened, but you can continue to enjoy the museum and gardens from home through our comprehensive digital offerings, including the extensive online collection, educational video library, and immersive mobile app. Follow Hillwood on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter for daily content.

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