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Meadow Brook Hall, Rochester

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Meadow Brook is the historic home built by one of the automotive aristocracy's most remarkable women, Matilda Dodge Wilson, widow of automobile pioneer John Dodge, and her second husband, lumber broker Alfred Wilson. Constructed between 1926 and 1929, for $4 million, Meadow Brook represents one of the finest examples of Tudor-revival architecture in America.
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  • Have been here many times for many different events. Always FIRST CLASS! Docents are very knowledgeable and helpful. Service is fantastic. Great place to learn the history of our area!  more »
  • Mrs. Fleming and her staff were very professional and in character as we were taken behind the scenes into the life of a servant at Meadowbrook Hall. I love learning about local history. Oh, and the s...  more »
  • We toured Meadow Brook Hall for a Girl Scout event. It was awesome! The girls are 5-6 years old and they loved learning and touring. At the end we had a tea party and dressed up in play outfits and ha...  more »
  • I came here to look at a wedding venue and the gardens are gorgeous as well as the mansion!
  • Quiet peaceful place Make sure to book the tour before leaving.
  • Impressive early 1900s mansion. Historic estate that provides tours - if you like old architecture you will enjoy the visit! The grounds are also beautiful. Something to do in the area, I definitely recommend it.
  • Fabulous 88,000 sq foot English tutor built by Matilda and Alfred Wilson 1926-1929. This 110 room home is registered as a National Historic Landmark and truly deserves this recognition. The craftsmanship of a bygone era is everywhere you look, from gorgeous plastered ceilings, wood carved wall paneling, beautiful oak staircases. It is the fourth largest home Museum in the country, complete with original furnishings. A must see!!
  • The house is over the top. Beautiful wood and stone work. They don't build stuff like this anymore.