The Callaway home and historic Ferrell Gardens are open.
The health of our visitors and staff is our highest priority and we are committed to sharing the estate with guests in a safe manner. We have answered the most frequently asked questions about visiting the estate below.
When are you open?
The estate is currently open Tuesday–Saturday from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Is the Callaway home open for guided tours?
The first floor of the Callaway home is open for tours.
What safety precautions have you implemented?
All guests are required to wear masks and socially distance in the Visitor Center and while touring the Callaway home. We’ve implemented temperature checks and contact tracing. All employees wear face masks and front desk staff is separated by a plexiglass barrier. We are also following all CDC guidelines including signage, enhanced cleaning and procedures to minimize contact between people and surfaces.
What can I see at the estate?
Explore the exhibits and gift shop in the Visitor Center and view the orientation film. Afterward, take the walking path or tram to the home for a guided tour of the first floor and visit the historic garden for a self-guided tour using our garden map.
How are guests transported to the house and garden?
The garden is a 10-minute walk from the visitor center. We have a golf cart that we can use to transport guests to the garden if necessary. Seat capacity has been reduced to provide social distancing and surfaces are cleaned between each use.
We encourage all individuals from at risk populations or who have underlying conditions to exercise caution.
How much does it cost?
House and Garden tickets cost $15 for adults and $8 for students (age 7 to college). Garden only tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for students (age 7 to college). Ages 6 and under are free.