OPEN FOR TOURS
April 2 - December 29 1:00-5:00 p.m. Last tour begins at 4:30 p.m.
Closed Mondays and major holidays.
$6.00 - Adults & Students over age 13
$3.00 Children ages 7-13
Free - Children 6 and under
Discounted Group Tours available for groups of 10 or more by reservation.
Motorcoaches are welcome. Need help in planning your agenda? Please click DC CVB LINK and scroll to the bottom of the home page to click motorcoaches to leave your information. You will be contacted by a representative from Dearborn County's Visitor's Bureau to help you with everything you need to know to make your trip to southeastern Indiana a pleasure.
Group Luncheons are available for groups of 20 or more. Call or email for pricing.
Tea time can be booked for groups of 10 or more. Enjoy a one or three-course tea in the elegant Hillforest parlor.
Handicapped Accessible - Parking is available next to the house where persons may enter the side door. (Two steps) If you are need of a wheelchair ramp, please call ahead to let the staff know. For those who cannot climb stairs, there is a DVD of the upstairs tour that may be viewed. Only the first floor is handicapped accessible.
THINK PINK! Have Fun and Give Hope through Tour for the Cure®. This travel rewards program booked through the Deaborn County Convention, Visitor and Tourism Bureau raises money for breast cancer research through the Vera Bradly Foundation for Breast Cancer. Visit www.tourforthecure.info for more information.
Hillforest is available for small wedding ceremonies. Up to 65 people including the wedding party. The museum is also available for meetings and wedding photography.
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35 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. Take I-275 to Lawrenceburg/Aurora exit #16.
Turn left off of exit onto US 50 West. Following US 50 West, Turn left on St. Rt. 56, right on Main to Fifth St. , to top of hill in Aurora's historic district.
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The Hillforest Historical Foundation invites you to visit the mansion and enjoy the beauty and charm of the surrounding Ohio River Valley communities!