Come and See Us

This stately brick home in Philippi, West Virginia is set against the rolling hills of Barbour County. It was built in 1870 and has been restored with great attention to authenticity. Adaland Mansion features homemade brick and walnut woodwork throughout. The house and land reflect the early history of West Virginia, with the original owners engaged in farming. The surrounding area is rich in Civil War history with the first land battle of the war fought in Philippi in June 1861. Discover Adaland’s history.

Guided Tours

Small tour groups under 10 are welcome on any regular tour days. We offer tours Thursday, Friday or Saturday, 11am to 3pm, May1st – Dec 31st unless a private event is booked.

Large groups over 10 are welcome by appointment May 1 – December 31.

A $10.00 donation per guest is requested. Children under 12 are free with parent or guardian. Proceeds are used toward the restoration and maintenance of the house and grounds.

Contact the us at 304-516-1124 to arrange your tour or check our calendar before you arrive. June and October are always busy with weddings so plan accordingly.

The Mansion

The Barn

The Gardens

At Christmas

Bus Tours

Bus tours are welcome and typically combine their visit to Adaland with a stop at the Gandy Dancer Theatre, Tygart Flyer Railroad in nearby Elkins, or Trans Allegheny Lunatic Asylum in Weston.

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Additional Visitor Details

Adaland Mansion has wheelchair access to the patio, pavilion, and dining rooms. Handicapped restrooms are also located in the main house in the first-floor dining room. Accommodations can be made in seating for vision and hearing handicaps for performances. Please call ahead at 304-457-1587 if you are bringing handicapped individuals so we can help them enjoy their visit.