Cranbrook House Tour

Thursday, April 2nd, 2020 | 1:00pm - 2:15pm

Cranbrook House is an Arts and Crafts-style masterpiece designed by renowned Detroit architect, Albert Kahn for the visionary couple that founded Cranbrook, George Gough Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth. The Booths commissioned the finest artisans, craftsmen and studios of the period to furnish their 1908 English Tudor estate.

Take a guided tour and step back in time to a golden era of craftsmanship, viewing handcrafted furniture, tapestries, tiles, stained and leaded glass, and other works of fine and decorative art. 

Photograph of the Cranbrook House Dining Room by James Haefner.

Tours of Cranbrook House are provided by Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary volunteer docents.

Admission
Adults: $15
Seniors (60+)/Students and Active Duty Military (with ID): $10
Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary Members: Free
Museums for All (please use the Membership field when registering online and show your SNAP EBT card and a photo ID at the door): Free for up to four people per card
Children (8 and under): Free

Please click the button below to reserve your Cranbrook House tour. Tickets may also be purchased at the door 15 minutes before the tour (space permitting). Tour tickets booked in advance will be held at the front door (please show your order confirmation on your mobile device or print out a copy).

Cancellation Policy
We will post a notice at the top of our website if the Cranbrook House tour is canceled due to inclement weather. All efforts will be made to post the alert at least an hour before the tour begins. Tour reservations may be transferred to another upcoming tour or refunded.

Location and Parking
Cranbrook House & Gardens
380 Lone Pine Road, Bloomfield Hill, MI 48304

Parking is available onsite at Cranbrook House & Gardens. 
Click here for an Estate Map

Tour Info and Estate Etiquette

To ensure an enjoyable visit, please review our Tour Info and Estate Etiquette pages before your arrival date.

Photo Credits
Cranbrook House Library and Dining Room photography by James Haefner. Courtesy of Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research.