Stockman House Tour Season and Times

Scheduled tours are available year-round and take approximately one hour.


May - October

Monday – Wednesday: 10 a.m. and 11 a.m.

Thursday – Saturday: 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. (on the hour)

Sunday: 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. (on the hour)


November – April

Saturdays: 10 a.m. (weather permitting)


Group tours are available all year.



$10 – Individual Adult (18-up)

$5 – Children (6-17) Tours are not suitable for young children.

Free – RCSHP and Wright Site Reciprocal Members (May – October only)


Tickets are available and tours begin at the Robert E. McCoy Architectural Interpretive Center, which is located right next door to the Stockman House.


Reservations are not required. Tours are filled on a first come, first served basis.

Tours start promptly.

Arrive 10 minutes prior to your start time.

Late arrivals will be delayed to the next tour start time.

Tour groups are limited to 8 people.

Restrooms are available in the Interpretive Center.

Interior photography is not allowed.



The Stockman House is wheelchair accessible on the first floor only. 

A video tour is available for the second floor.

Translators for ASL and non-English speaking guests are not currently available.

Maps and Directions

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The Robert E. McCoy

Architectural Interpretive Center

featuring Prairie School Exhibits and Gift Shop

Hours of Operation
May - October: 15 minutes before the first tour of the day, closes 15 minutes after the end of the last tour.

November - April: 10AM - 2PM every Saturday (weather permitting)

Cost: FREE, donations appreciated.
Address: Next door to the Stockman House

Accessability: The Architectural Interpretive Center is handicapped accessible on the first floor only.


Maps and Directions

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While you are in town please stay at Frank Lloyd Wright's

Historic Park Inn.


Make your reservations early as the hotel's 27 rooms fill up quickly.


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Visit Us: 520 1st Street NE, Mason City, IA 50401

​The Stockman House Museum and the Robert E. McCoy Architectural Interpretive Center are projects of the River City Society for Historic Preservation.

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