Visitor Center Campaign
Help us elevate the Meadow Brook Experience with a new Visitor Center.
And there is so much more we can do.
Exploring the historic estate creates a valued, cherished memory that forges a personal connection, often multi-generational, between people and families sharing a unique Michigan experience.
In order to build on this experience, we need to invest in our future by creating functional, modern and necessary facilities. In 2022, we are embarking on our most transformational project yet–creating a new Visitor Center.
Click below to be part of our future and support the new Visitor Center project.
Visitor Center Project Overview
The new Visitor Center will develop engaging new spaces and an exciting new look that will enable us to deliver dynamic educational programming and exhibitions, such as:
- Welcome Gateway to greet guests
- Open-Air Plaza and Patio for gathering
- Visitor Center filled with helpful services and modern amenities
- Orientation Gallery to tell engaging stories
- Learning Center to increase our educational offerings
- Interactive exhibitions and gallery
- Multimedia Theatre
- Educational programming opportunities such as art camps, youth programs and school tours
Campaign Goal and Timeline
To fund the Meadow Brook Hall Visitor Center, we will launch a campaign to raise our fundraising goal of $2 million.
We will celebrate our success with a groundbreaking event at the start of construction.
Construction will begin in 2023!
Create Your Own Legacy Here
Meadow Brook is the home of visionary philanthropist and Oakland University founders Matilda Dodge Wilson and Alfred Wilson. Filled with rich history and unique educational opportunities, this National Historic Landmark is a rare and special place in our community. Every gift makes an impact at Meadow Brook.
Please consider creating your own legacy here, while helping to preserve ours.
The Meadow Brook community is fortunate to have many dedicated supporters. We are very grateful to the people who have supported our new Visitor Center.