Meadow Brook Hall is the home of Alfred and Matilda Dodge Wilson; she was previously the widow of the one the Dodge Brothers. The house is sometimes erroneously called the Dodge Brothers House; the house was not constructed until after Matilda Dodge married Alfred Wilson. The scale of the home is similar to Biltmore, but it is certainly more of a family home. Matilda lived in the home until her death until 1967, so most of the furnishings are mostly original. Take time to see the Tiffany floor lamp and the Van Dyck oil painting!. The only downside to the attraction is that photographs are not allowed; they should sell a CD with the interior images. The grounds are beautiful, and the house is a good example of an English tudor home. It is a little pricey, but the money supports the home and the grounds, as it is owned by a local university.
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