Haunted Mansion Tours

Roberson ghost FB - Haunted Mansion Tours

Take up a lantern and brave the dark halls of Roberson Mansion on this haunted history tour.

Hear the stories of the souls who once resided here, as well as people who have encountered these echoes from the past.

We’re offering a peek into the rumored history that lies within Roberson Mansion. With a mix of mansion history and hidden lore join us as we walk the same halls that Alonzo and Margaret Roberson once walked. 

Tours are available Fridays and Saturdays during the month of October. Walk-ins are welcome. However, we recommend reserving a spot, as they do fill up quickly. Members and Children under 4 are free.

Tours are limited to 10 people to ensure proper social distancing. Face masks will be required at all times by visitors and staff.  A reservation for the tour gets you admission to the museum, a spot on the selected tour, and access to any extra activities happening that day.

Reservations can be made by calling 607.772.0660, visiting Roberson Museum admissions, or clicking the button below.

It’s when we’re alone that we can feel our most vulnerable–when our imaginations have time to conjure the most peculiar things. Enjoy this October tale.


October 2nd, 9th, 16th, 23rd, and 30th
5PM, 6PM, 7PM, and 8PM


October 3rd, 17th, and 24th
2PM, 3PM, and 4PM

October 10th
3PM, 4PM, and 5PM


Saturday, October 31
11:30AM, 12:30PM, 1:30PM, and 2:30PM


  • Is the tour scary?
    • The tour contains no jump-scares or disturbing imagery. The tour does contain frightening stories and history. So, it’s only as frightening as your imagination allows.
  • Is the Mansion wheelchair accessible?
    • Yes, and we have wheelchairs available at the Museum entrance for anyone who needs one.
  • How much does it cost?
    • $8 for adults; $6 for students, seniors, and military; Free for Members and children 4 and under. Admission includes the tour, Museum visit, and any activities going on that day.

Support provided by the general operations support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; the Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation; the Zoos, Botanical Gardens and Aquariums Program, administered by the New York State Office of Parks, Recreational, and Historical Preservation; and the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.