Come celebrate spring with a tour through Cranbrook House, the oldest manor home in metro-Detroit and a National Historic Landmark. Formerly the estate of Cranbrook’s founders, George Gough Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth, the manor was designed in the Arts & Crafts Style by noted Detroit architect Albert Kahn in 1908.
On the tour, guests will view handcrafted furnishings, tapestries, and a selection of the Booth’s large collection of world class art. Following the tour, enjoy a box lunch and the sounds of the recently restored Steinway Piano during a lunchtime performance in Cranbrook House library.
After lunch, guests are welcome to walk the estate grounds at their own leisure in search of early blooms.
Reservations are required by April 18:
General Public: $35/person
Cranbrook House and Gardens Auxiliary Members: $30/person
Reserve your spot by clicking the online reservation link below or calling 248 645.3149.
Cranbrook House is located at 380 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48303. Guests are encouraged to arrive 15 minutes prior to the tour, as it will start promptly at 10:45 am.
All box lunches include a sandwich wrap, homemade tri-color orzo vegetable pasta salad, bag of chips, chef’s choice of a tart with fresh fruit and bottled water. One box lunch per guest.