Meadow Brook Tours
Meadow Brook tours take visitors on a journey through time to learn about the historic mansion and the people who lived and worked there in the 20th century.
A National Historic Landmark, Meadow Brook Hall is a museum, cultural center and wedding and events venue. Built in 1929, Meadow Brook represents one of the finest examples of Tudor-revival architecture in America, and is especially renowned for its superb craftsmanship, architectural detailing and grand scale.
From exquisite décor to practical details, the 88,000-square foot, 110-room mansion is sure to enchant visitors. Our lively collection of tours are available throughout the year.
All Meadow Brook tour tickets must be booked online in advance.
Group Tours are available for groups of 10 people or more at a special discounted admission price, and Group Tours & Dining packages are available for groups of 20 or more people. Visit meadowbrookhall.org/grouptours for more information!
Tour Tickets for Members
Members receive free general tour admission throughout the year, along with half off the dazzling Holidays at Meadow Brook featuring Winter Wonder Lights and Holiday Walk! Ambassador level members receive free access to the Holidays at Meadow Brook.
Members will be emailed a special code. Members must book tickets online in advance by selecting a date and entering the special code at checkout.
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Interested in becoming a Meadow Brook member? Visit meadowbrookhall.org/membership for more details.
OU Students Tour Free
Oakland University students are eligible for free Guided & Self-Guided House Tours, Guided Behind-the-Scenes Tours and the seasonal Guided Gardens & Grounds Tour. Oakland University ID must be presented at time of ticket redemption.
Visitor Health & Safety
Face coverings are no longer required inside Meadow Brook Hall. Please be respectful of others and stay home if you are feeling sick.
For additional health and safety information, visit meadowbrookhall.org/covid19.
Museums for All
Meadow Brook Hall is part of the Museums for All program, which encourages people of all backgrounds to visit museums regularly and build lifelong museum-going habits. The program supports individuals receiving food assistance with a SNAP Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) card by offering reduced admission for just $3. Individuals can show their SNAP EBT card in the Museum Shop for a discounted tour admission of $3 per person for up to four guests per card.
Visitors Needing Special Assistance
Electric wheelchairs and scooters are allowed inside Meadow Brook Hall where space permits. Our Guided tours are barrier-free and wheelchair accessible. The Behind-the-Scenes tour is not fully wheelchair accessible.
Wheelchairs are available onsite. Please call (248) 364-6200 to reserve a wheelchair or for additional accessibility information.
To arrange for sign language interpretation of a tour or a special lecture, call (248) 364-6200.
Smoking is not permitted inside Meadow Brook Hall. We ask that you not touch the art and furnishings to help preserve the estate and its collections for the future. Strollers, umbrellas and large bags and backpacks must be checked at the Visitor Services Desk.
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Please note that Meadow Brook Hall is closed on major holidays. For additional closed dates, click here.
Meadow Brook Hall is located at 350 Estate Drive, Rochester, Mich., on the campus of Oakland University. For more information, visit our Hours, Directions and Parking page.