The Hidden Garden In Detroit That Will Enchant You In The Best Way Possible
Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and surround yourself with beautiful flowers, sculptures and more. The Cranbrook House and Gardens in Bloomfield Hills is the perfect getaway from the busy downtown area. Check out this enchanting space that you’ll definitely want to visit more than once.
Cranbrook House and Gardens is a wonderful escape from the city.
Cranbrook House and Gardens is located at 380 Lone Pine Rd, Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304. The 40 acre garden and Cranbrook House was the former estate of George and Ellen Booth. The gardens are spectacular and you'll feel like you're in another world walking through them.
Take a self-guided tour through colorful flowers, iconic fountains and waterfalls.
You'll stroll past exquisite fountains, sculptures, and an array of beautiful flowers. There is a wonderful herb garden and Japanese garden with big leaf Petasities, purple Liriope and Tree Peonies.
Explore the Cranbrook House and you'll feel like you stepped back in time.
The Cranbrook House is the oldest surviving manor home in metro-Detroit. The Booths wanted to make the home unlike any other, and hired the finest artisans and craftsmen and furnished the home with charming works of art and handcrafted furniture. You can take a public or private tour or even have tea and lunch in the enchanting home.
It's unlike any other place near Metro-Detroit.
The gardens are open to the public from May 1st- October 31st from 9:00 a.m to 5:00 p.m, while the Cranbrook House is only open during scheduled guided tours. You won't believe this place exists in Detroit and you'll be glad you came.
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