Explore outer space in the planetarium or peruse the rest of the museum and see what life was like from the Jazz Age through World War II
About This Deal
PLEASE NOTE: Groupons for the Vanderbilt Museum must be redeemed in person before they are active. Please check our open hours on our website to find a day that works for you. Existing memberships cannot be renewed via Groupon.
- Family Membership includes:
Unlimited grounds admission
Mansion tour tickets
Planetarium shows for two adults and four children under the age of 18
Select museum programs and events
10% discount at the gift shop
Invitation to the annual Members Reception
About Vanderbilt Museum
Spend a fascinating day at the Eagle’s Nest estate of William K. Vanderbilt II, heir to one of America’s greatest fortunes. Drive through the elegant iron gates and view the same stunning panorama of Northport Bay and Long Island Sound that delighted Mr. Vanderbilt when he arrived each summer. His mansion and museum will take you back to the celebrated era of the Gold Coast.
- Size: 43-acre waterfront historic estate.
- Permanent Mainstay: The historic, Spanish Revival-style mansion, built in stages between 1910 and 1936, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Filled with centuries-old paintings and furnishings collected by William K. Vanderbilt II on his world travels, the Mansion is a living museum of a vanished age.
- Eye Catcher: Enjoy an intriguing, history-filled guided tour of the Vanderbilt mansion’s living quarters. Hear tales of the Vanderbilt family and their world-famous guests. Marvel at the collections in the natural-history and cultural-artifact museum galleries. Stroll the gardens and tour the marine museum and animal habitats.
- Hidden gem: William K. Vanderbilt II, during oceanic expeditions, collected thousands of specimens of birds, invertebrates and marine life for his museum, some of the new discoveries. With artisans from the American Museum of Natural History, he created stunning animal- and marine-habitat dioramas and galleries. His collections include a 3,000-year-old Egyptian mummy and a 32-foot whale shark, the world’s largest taxidermied fish. the museum.
- Don't Miss: The Planetarium, is one of the largest in the United States. In the 60-foot domed theater see sky shows and recreated celestial events.