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Illinois' Governor Mansion

Welcome to the Illinois Governor's Mansion

Governor JB Pritzker and First Lady MK Pritzker invite you to come visit and enjoy The People's House.

The Governor’s Mansion is a historic landmark that serves as an official residence of the First Family. Visitors will enjoy the elegance of our refurbished and recently renovated Mansion, and experience Illinois history and art.

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Visit the Mansion

The Governor’s Mansion is open to free scheduled tours on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday at 1:45pm & 3:00pm. Exact availability will be displayed at the time of reservation.

The Mansion is closed for tours on state holidays and during official functions. The Governor’s Mansion reserves the right to cancel tours at any time up to the time of the scheduled tour.

The History

Nestled between Springfield’s brick-paved streets and just blocks from the State Capitol, the Illinois Governor's Mansion is the third-oldest state governor's residence in the United States and the oldest gubernatorial residence in the Midwest. It has been home to Illinois Governors and their families since its construction was completed in 1855.

Support

The property was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1976. Join the Illinois Governor’s Mansion Association to help preserve this important landmark.

Mansion Exhibitions

Enjoy online versions of current and past exhibitions of fine and decorative arts presented in The People's House featuring works by centuries of artists and craftspeople from the fine State of Illinois.

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