50 North Trimble Road
Mansfield, Ohio 44906
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About Kingwood Center
Kingwood Center in Mansfield, Ohio is a 47-acre former estate garden open to the public since 1953. Built in 1926 for Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kelley King, the estate opened as a public garden in 1953, one year after Mr. King’s death. Mr. King, who was married and divorced twice, never had children. He left most of his estate to the private foundation that continues to operate Kingwood Center today. Mr. King made his fortune in Mansfield, Ohio working with the Ohio Brass Company. Hired as the company’s first electrical engineer in 1893, he led Ohio Brass into new ventures, particularly the manufacture of electrical fittings for railroads and trolleys. Mr. King eventually became President and Chairman of the Board of Ohio Brass.
January, February & March
April 1st through October 31st
Grounds: 9 am to 7 pm daily
Greenhouse: 9 am to 6 pm daily
Kingwood Hall: May 10-September 27, guided tours are offered most Saturdays at 11 am and 2 pm. (Please call to confirm availability)
Please, note that Kingwood Hall is only open for guided tours.
Kingwood Center is closed to the public to prepare for “Christmas at Kingwood” starting Nov. 29
Kingwood Center is open for “Christmas at Kingwood” every Thursday through Sunday from 3 pm – 8 pm starting November 29 through December 28.
April 1 – October 31 – Parking/Admission $5 per car. First Monday of each month is free, May through October.
Kingwood Center is closed Thanksgiving, December 5th and Christmas Day
Group Tours available by appointment
From Kingwood Center webpage
Restrooms on site.