Funding from three sponsors allows guests to visit Cranbrook Gardens at no charge
Bloomfield Hills, MI – Breaking news from Cranbrook House and Gardens! Admission to Cranbrook Gardens will be free for the entire 2015 tour season, courtesy of presenting sponsor PNC Bank, and sponsors Roberts Restaurant Group and Meijer. The gardens will be open daily from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm, May through October.
Cranbrook House and Gardens Auxiliary plans to use the sponsorship revenue to enhance the visitor experience by continuing its regular maintenance of the grounds and launching a new digital tour of the gardens. More details on the digital tour will be released soon.
The motto of Cranbrook House and Gardens Auxiliary, the volunteer group that preserves and restores Cranbrook House and Gardens, is one Cranbrook founder George Booth often cited, “The only way to have is to give. The only way to keep is to share. The only thing worth finding is opportunity.” Thanks to the generosity of Cranbrook Gardens admission sponsors, visitors now have the wonderful opportunity of seeing 40 acres of beautiful gardens, fountains, and sculptures, all at no cost!
Donations are always appreciated and encouraged by Cranbrook House and Gardens Auxiliary. Proceeds help ensure the continued beautification of Cranbrook’s historic grounds. An admission charge is still required for tours of Cranbrook House as well as for special events.
Cranbrook House tours are $10 for adults and $8 for seniors or students. Tours are provided by volunteer docents on Sundays, Thursdays, Fridays, and new this year, Saturdays. Visit Cranbrook House and Gardens online for more details or to make a reservation: http://housegardens.cranbrook.edu