Experience the Manor House through the eyes of a trained tour guide and learn more about what life was like at the estate when the Seiberling family lived here.
For more information, please visit Guided Manor House Tour.
Take this behind-the-scenes tour of the Manor House to learn more about the domestic staff who worked and lived at the estate.
For more information, please visit Nooks & Crannies Tour.
Bring your favorite canine for a walk at Stan Hywet most Sundays, April to October.
For more information, please visit Woof Walks.
Tour sizes are limited to 20 guests max.
For more information, please visit Guided Garden Tour.
For more information, please visit Self-Guided Manor House Tour.
Join Ohio landscape photographer, writer and educator Ian Adams for a photography walk in the gardens at Stan Hywet.
For more information, please visit Ian Adams Photography.
Each autumn, millions of monarchs migrate 2,000 miles in search of a new home. Why do they do this? How do they survive the journey? Discover the answers to these questions then receive your very own monarch for release. You'll also learn how to follow your butterfly online using the Monarch Watch website. Price includes pre-tagged butterfly to release
For more information, please visit Migrating Monarchs.
Rates listed below reflects a $5 online-only discount. A 10% discount is available to seniors (60+), educators, military (w/ valid ID), and full-time students.
This discount can only be applied one of the following ways:
>Contact our Membership Office at firstname.lastname@example.org or (330) 315-3205
>Complete the Join or Renewal brochure. Email, mail, or deliver it to Admissions
Join us on select Sunday mornings, with instruction provided by Yoga Lounge & Barre. After class, unwind with a stroll at your leisure through the gardens. Registration includes yoga session and grounds admission. Class will be moved to alternate location in case of inclement weather. For more information, please visit stanhywet.org.
Explore the former estate of F.A. Seiberling, co-founder of The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company. The estate features a historic 65-room Tudor Revival Manor House, Gothic Revival Conservatory, Gate Lodge (birthplace of Alcoholics Anonymous) and approximately 70 acres of artistically landscaped grounds and formal gardens.