Step back in time to a golden era of craftsmanship on a guided tour of Cranbrook House. You will learn about the Booth family and their 1908 English Tudor estate while viewing handcrafted furniture, tapestries, tiles, stained glass, and other works of art. Book your tour today!
Cranbrook House is an Arts and Crafts-style masterpiece designed by renowned Detroit architect Albert Kahn. It served as the family home of George Gough Booth and Ellen Scripps Booth, the visionary couple that founded Cranbrook Educational Community, for over 40 years.
For the well-being and enjoyment of everyone on the tour:
Face coverings are optional while inside Cranbrook House.
Children younger than 12 years old are discouraged on this tour.
Doors to Cranbrook House open 15 minutes before the tour.
The tour will begin promptly and late entry is not permitted.
Please stay home and reschedule your tour if you are not feeling well.
We may update our policies as we near the tour. Changes will be posted here and communicated by email to all registered guests. This information was last updated May 11, 2022.
Cranbrook House & Gardens is a historic facility preserved and maintained as closely as possible to its original design. Please contact us at 248.645.3149 or email@example.com with any questions about accessibility.
In partnership with Museums for All, Cranbrook House tours are free for those receiving food assistance (SNAP benefits). Please register online and show your EBT (Michigan Bridge) card when you arrive to receive free admission for you and up to three guests.
How to Register
Please click the button at the bottom of this page to reserve your Cranbrook House tour. Online registration closes at 10:00am the day before each weekday tour and at 10:00am the Friday before each weekend tour. A limited number of spaces may be available at the door and may be purchased by credit card or with exact cash.
Location and Parking
Cranbrook House & Gardens
380 Lone Pine Road
Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304
Parking is available onsite in our main lot. Additional parking is available on Lone Pine Road. Accessible parking is available just south of the Cranbrook House Courtyard.
When You Arrive
Doors to Cranbrook House open 15 minutes before the tour begins. Only registered guests will be permitted inside. Entry will not be permitted after the tour begins.
Please provide the docent with the name you used to register to verify admission. There are no tickets for this event. You do not need to print your confirmation (we recommend having it available on your mobile device for reference).
Restrooms are available in the lower level of Cranbrook House. Restrooms are also available at the Gatehouse (the small building immediately to your left when you enter our main entrance off Lone Pine Road).
Photography and Other Guest Policies
Photography is permitted for amateur use only. No special equipment or tripods may be brought on the tour. Please review our photography, pet, and other guest policies on our Estate Etiquette page prior to your tour to ensure an enjoyable visit. Thank you for helping us remain open and safe for everyone by following our policies.
Guests will receive a refund if a tour is canceled by Cranbrook. We will post a notice at the top of our website if the Cranbrook House tour is canceled. All efforts will be made to post the alert at least an hour before the tour begins. Tours are otherwise nonrefundable.
Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary
Tours of Cranbrook House are provided by Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary volunteers who have completed an extensive docent training program. Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary is dedicated to the restoration, preservation, and maintenance of Cranbrook House & Gardens. We welcome you to become a member.
Tours feature 12 rooms on the first floor of Cranbrook House including the Library, Oak Room, and Mr. Booth’s Original Office. Please contact us at 248.645.3149 or firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Cranbrook House Library photograph by James Haefner. Courtesy Cranbrook Center for Collections and Research.
Cranbrook House Living Room and Dining Room photographs by Eric Franchy.