Visit Cranbrook House and Gardens, the former estate of Cranbrook's founders, George Gough Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth. The estate is the centerpiece of the Cranbrook Educational Community's National Historic Landmark campus. Cranbrook House is metro-Detroit’s oldest surviving English manor home. Built in the Arts & Crafts style, the house features handcrafted furnishings, tapestries, and a selection of the Booth's large collection of world class art. Cranbrook House is surrounded by 40 acres of beautiful gardens featuring iconic fountains and statuary.
Access to some areas of the gardens is limited during the 2016 tour season due to restoration and renovation projects. Please observe all construction notices while visiting. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and thank you for your cooperation as we continue to preserve our National Historic Landmark site.
Cranbrook Educational Community is a private, non-profit educational community that welcomes individuals to its public areas and is committed to providing reasonable accommodations for those who may require them. If you have questions concerning access and to help ensure an enjoyable visit, please contact us at 248 645.3149.