Reservations that can be made online are highly desirable. We made them the night before and were able to get on a 10 am tour of the great rooms the next morning. There are many different tours, but for the first time the great rooms tour is recommended. There is quite a bit of stair climbing but well worth the visit. The rooms are huge and are filled with imported ceilings, furnishings and painting from Europe. The house was 28 years in construction and still not finished.
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