Tours take guests through the Tudor-style mansion, visiting many of its 110 rooms and highlighting original artworks and architecture
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What You'll Get
- Guided Tour for Two
- Guided Tour for Four
- Guided Tour for Six
- Youth Ticket for One (Ages 6–12)
Voucher is valid for one of the following tours: House Tour, Behind-the-Scenes Tour, or Walking Estate Tour
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The Fine Print
Promotional value expires 90 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Not valid for Art in the Elements (August 23 - 25, 2019). Not valid for Holiday Walk 2019 (November 29 - December 23, 2019). May purchase up to 4 Youth Tickets. Children 5 and under are free. Not valid for combination tickets. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as gift(s). Subject to availability. Must use promotional value in 1 visit(s). Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Meadow Brook Hall
Matilda Dodge Wilson, the widow of automobile pioneer John Dodge, once said that "Knowledge of the past helps people face the challenges of the future." And in the late 50s, she and her second husband made a grand gesture in the name of knowledge: they donated two million dollars, their estate's 1,500 acres, and their mansion to found the campus for Michigan State University, now Oakland University. The mansion, Meadow Brook Hall, preserves Wilson's legacy through its gorgeous setting and decor, including original artwork, antiques, and Tiffany stained glass. As a National Historic Landmark and constructed between 1926 and 1929, Meadow Brook Hall represents one of the finest examples of Tudor-revival style architecture in America, and is especially renowned for its superb craftsmanship, architectural detailing and grand scale of 88,000 square-feet.
- Size: a 110-room Tudor revival-style mansion
- Crown Jewel: a medieval-inspired ballroom with high arching ceilings, which once stretched over the likes of Frank Sinatra and the cursed fedora that controlled his mind
- Eye Catcher: the intricately-carved plaster ceiling in the Christopher Wren Dining Room
- Don't Miss: the rococo-style furniture and reproduction artworks on display in the French Room
- Hidden Gems: rare editions among the 800 leather-bound books in the library
- Pro Tip: non-flash photography allowed inside while taking a tour.
- Special Programs: daily house tours