Mansion seen from the south side
Reddick Mansion seen from the south.
Group tour at the Reddick Mansion
A group on a guided tour
of the Reddick Mansion
Period Costumes
Volunteers dressed in period costumes.

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Tour Information

Contact Us

Reddick Mansion Association
100 W. Lafayette Street
Ottawa, IL 61350



The Reddick Mansion is open to the public and for tours at the following times:

Day of Week

Sunday - Monday
Tuesday - Thursday
Friday – Saturday

Hours Available**

11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Closed to Tours
11 a.m. and 1 p.m. 

The Mansion is closed on the
following holidays:
Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day,
Christmas Eve & Day, New Year’s Day


Winter Hours may vary. Please see the homepage for updated information.

Most Tours Will Last Between 60 and 90 Minutes

**Reservations are not required but are encouraged. The doors will be open 15 minutes prior to each tour.  To reserve tours, visitors should call the Reddick Mansion at 815-433-6100 or send an email to


There will be other closing days announced for special events. See the homepage listing.

There are occasions, such as when we are hosting public or private events, when the Mansion is not open for tours. Please check the website before your trip or call us at (815) 433-6100    


Adults - $15.00

Students (Grades 1-12) - $10.00

Children 5 and under - No Charge

Getting Here

Click here for directions and a map to guide you to the Reddick Mansion.

Group Tours

We encourage large groups to make arrangements in advance. Call the Mansion at (815) 433-6100 or email us at


The lower entrance is accessible to wheelchair traffic, but only from the alley side of the Mansion grounds.  Although there is no elevator from floor to floor, there is a chair-lift on the stairs leading from the ground level to the main level.


Photography is permitted during tours, with the following conditions: