Sunnylands is a 200-acre compound that served as the home of Ambassadors Walter and Leonore Annenberg. He was the founder and publisher of magazines like TV Guide, Seventeen and the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The historic Estate welcomes national and international leaders for high-level retreats and meetings that address and seek solutions to serious issues facing the nation and world. The Annenberg Estate is available for limited public tours.
The adjacent Sunnylands Center & Gardens features exhibitions, films, and educational programs; and visitors can enjoy a nine-acre art garden, it is open free with no advance reservations.
Annenberg historic Estate:
Guided tours of Sunnylands, the former winter residence of Walter and Leonore Annenberg, are offered Thursdays through Sundays, except during July and August or when a retreat is being held on the estate.
Tickets are available online only and are released 2 weeks in advance on the first and fifteenth of every month at 9 a.m. All sales are final; no refunds, exchanges, or wait list.
Sunnylands Center & Gardens
Hours: 9am – 4pm, Thurs through Sunday
7am – 2pm Thursday through Sunday in June & July
Closed in August
Cafe open until one hour before closing.