The Burns Manor

The Burns Manor

The Burns Manor is a luxurious ornate mansion located at 1000 Mammon Street, on the corner of Croesus and Mammon streets within the Springfield Heights district in the cioty of Springfield, and it is the personal namesake residence of Mr. Burns. It one of many well-known locations in the comedy cartoon series The Simpsons.

The Burns Manor was used to host a number of different festivities, extravagant parties and social events for Mr. Burns and his guests such as the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant Annual Picnic.

The interior of the mansion includes a room containing a thousand monkeys at a thousand typewriters, a bottomless pit, a human chess board, a very large TV, a 'Hall of Patriots' commemorating his ancestors, a secret laboratory, a botanical garden full of vultures bearing his likeness, a safe containing a Beefeater guard, the Lillie Langtry Theater, a theater showing the round-the-clock plays regardless of whether there is an audience, and an illegal surveillance room used to keep an eye on the entirety of the manor's premises, and a surprisingly-small basement, seemingly no larger than the basement in the Simpson family's house.

The mansion itself is also home to many rare and historical artifacts including the only existing nude photo of Mark Twain, the suit Charlie Chaplin was buried in, King Arthur's legendary sword Excalibur, and a rare first draft of the Constitution with the word "suckers" in it.

Also there is a large wine cellar with an entrance through the back of the mansion, the stairway has heads of a Dodo, a Saber-toothed Tiger, a Tyrannosaurus Rex, all of which are extinct, and a skeleton of a trespasser hung up on the wall. The wine cellar itself has hundreds of wine bottles, including a massive 60,000 dollar bottle of wine which Homer Simpson drank.

Mr. Burns has a room with a gallery full of priceless paintings, including The Concert by Vermeer which was stolen in the March of 1990. It is considered the most valuable painting ever stolen with an estimated value of $200,000,000. Chief Wiggum and Lou arrested Burns for the burglary and most likely confiscated the painting.

The Burns Manor contains 137 rooms and at least 3 floors visible from the exterior (not including the basement or the attic).

Appearances in other media

The Burns Manor made an appearance as an arena featured in the racing videogame The Simpsons Road Rage.

The Burns Manor appeared in The Simpsons: The Movie.



  • The Burns Manor was named after the real-life manor of the same name built in the year 1903.
    • The Burns Manor is based on the fictional mansion of the same name in the 1941 drama movie Citizen Kane.
  • For the security of his home, Mr. Burns at times has employed a personal paramilitary force, a riot police squad, and a robotic Richard Simmons. How he does this is in the fashion of a force of Wizard of Oz-styled guards, particularly the Winkie Guards.
  • Mammon Street

    Mammon Street

    The streets the Burns Manor located on were both named after the wealthy king of the Asia Minor kingdom of Lydia and the demonic spirit of avarice (greed).
    • Mammon Street has been erroneously and confusingly referred to as both "Mammon Avenue ("Mammon Ave.")" "Mammon Lane ("Mammon Ln")" more then once in The Simpsons franchise.
      • In the season 2  episode "Blood Feud", Bart Simpson recieves a card from Mr. Burns. The return address is "1000 Mammon Ln.".
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