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A National Historic Landmark, Meadow Brook is the historic home built by one of the automotive aristocracy's most remarkable women, Matilda Dodge Wilson, widow of automobile pioneer John Dodge, and her second husband, lumber broker Alfred Wilson...more
We have a daughter attending Oakland University and have been meaning to take a tour. Finally bought a Groupon and took the 11am main house tour. They allow OU students to tour for free so it was a great deal. The tour took just over...More
We made a day of it, and did all three tours: the regular house tour; the behind the scenes tour which included climbing the secret staircase....so cool! Last was a walking tour of the grounds including the John Dodge museum of photos, cars and memorabilia;...More
Thank Shannon M
Shannon O, Public Relations Manager at Meadow Brook Hall, responded to this reviewResponded 1 week ago
Thank you for taking the time to review Meadow Brook Hall. We're so glad you enjoyed your tours at The Hall, and hope to see you again soon!
It's hard to imagine you have enough wealth AND time to design a house with this much attention to detail. Ex: son's room was built with a boy in mind with a secret look out into his own room and airplane door hinges built in...More
This is one of the great place to visit if you are in the Rochester Hills, MI. They have tours also. During Christmas time with Holiday light and the tour to visit Meadow Brook Hall is is great experience. Visit with Family & Friends have...More
We have gone several times at Christmas time and enjoyed it every time. We have done the holiday dinner which has food served in each room and you get to spend several hours in the house. Worth the price
Response from Shannon O | Property representative |
Yes, Knole Cottage the playhouse built for Frances Dodge is still on the estate property. Visitors can tour the interior of the playhouse during the guided estate walking tour. Regarding pictures offline, I am not sure what... More
Yes, Knole Cottage the playhouse built for Frances Dodge is still on the estate property. Visitors can tour the interior of the playhouse during the guided estate walking tour. Regarding pictures offline, I am not sure what you mean. There are images of Knole on our website.