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Filoli is currently closed to visitors. Please join us for Holiday Traditions from Nov. 28 – Dec. 6, 2014

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Visitor Hours

Tuesday, February 10 – Sunday, October 25, 2015.

Please check in at the Visitor Center before visiting the historic House and Garden

Tuesday - Saturday:
10:00 am–3:30 pm
(last admission 2:30 pm)
Sunday:
11:00 am–3:30 pm
(last admission 2:30 pm)

Filoli is closed on Mondays and in observance of these holidays.

General Admission

Free to current Filoli Members.

General Admission for Non–Members February 10 – May 31, 2015: Adults $20 / Seniors $17 (65 years and older) / Students $10* / Children 4 years and younger are free / K12 educators with employee ID from adjoining counties (San Francisco, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda) and National Trust for Historic Preservation members $10

General Admission for Non–Members June 2 – October 25, 2015: Adults $18 / Seniors $15 (65 years and older) / Students $8* / Children 4 years and younger are free / K12 educators with employee ID from adjoining counties (San Francisco, Contra Costa, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Alameda) and National Trust for Historic Preservation members $8

Higher fees apply on special event days

Visitor Services

Phone (650) 364-8300,
ext. 507
Fax (650) 367-0724
visitorservices@filoli.org



More Information
Filoli Visitor Map
Filoli Visitor Map

A detailed layout of the house, gardens and pathways.

For best results, print on 8.5x14 paper. Requires Acrobat Reader. Full Color Versions available at the Visitor and Education Center upon arrival.

Directions to Filoli
Getting Here

Directions to Filoli.

Recognized as one of the finest remaining country estates of the early 20th century, Filoli welcomes the public to this remarkable 654–acre property, including the 36,000 square foot Georgian country house and spectacular 16–acre English Renaissance garden.


Filoli is a historic site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation and is dedicated to the preservation, interpretation and stewardship of the cultural traditions and natural history of this country estate for public education and enjoyment.

Admission to Filoli allows visitors to explore the historic House and Garden at their leisure. Self-guided booklets and docents are available to answer questions. A 15–minute video on the history of Filoli runs continuously in the Visitor and Education Center.

Filoli’s Tours and Facility Rental offerings have recently changed. Please consult these links for exciting new ways to experience Filoli.

The 2014 Season

Open to visitors in 2014 from Tuesday, February 11 through Sunday, October 26.

Filoli is closed all Mondays and on the following days in 2014:
Monday, January 20 – Martin Luther King, Jr. Day
Monday, February 17 – Presidents’ Day
Sunday, April 20 – Easter
Monday, May 26 – Memorial Day
Friday, July 4 – Independence Day
Monday, September 1 – Labor Day
Thursday, November 27 – Thanksgiving Day
Thursday, December 25 – Christmas Day through Thursday, January 1, 2015 – New Year’s Day

Please help us to preserve Filoli by following the below guidelines:

  • Only leashed service dogs are allowed on the grounds of Filoli. No other animals are permitted.
  • With the exception of bottled water, food and beverages cannot be brought onto the Filoli grounds. Picnics are not allowed.
  • No smoking is allowed anywhere on the Filoli property.
  • Please keep to designated walking areas and observe signs and cordoned off areas where horticulture work may be in progress.
  • Please do not walk on the lawns, do not pick flowers, walk in the planted beds, or climb trees.
  • Camera tripods are not permitted within the House but may be used in the Garden. Please do not block walkways while using tripods.
  • Informal “vacation style” picture taking and home videotaping are permitted throughout the House and Garden.
  • Filoli is not available for weddings, commitment ceremonies, wedding or engagement photos, portraits of any kind, religious ceremonies, or other private parties and events.

For more information please see our Visitor Policy and Etiquette page.