Holiday Splendor: Trains & Trees at Cranbrook House Dec. 3

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Bloomfield Hills, MI –  Discover the magic of the season as you explore Cranbrook House, decorated with one-of- a-kind  classic and contemporary trees and trains that are sure to inspire. Shop our gift shop for Cranbrook mementos and other items perfect for gifts of any occasion. Bring the entire family  out and make it a holiday tradition!

Reservations are available online or by phone at 248.645.3149. Save 25% on admission by  registering in advance!

Mittens for Detroit Collection  Cranbrook House is proud to serve as a Mittens for Detroit collection site this year  during Holiday Splendor. Mittens for Detroit, Inc., is a nonprofit with blumz_holiday02the purpose of collecting, purchasing, and distributing new mittens and gloves to children and adults in need in Detroit, and  other underserved cities. Please consider bringing a pair of new gloves or mittens to donate.

Pre-sale Admission (ends on Wednesday, November 30)

Adults and Cranbrook House & Gardens Auxiliary Members: $15 each

Cranbrook Schools Students (with student ID) and Children (10 and under): $10 each  At-the- door Admission  Adults: $20 each

Cranbrook House &  Gardens Auxiliary Members: $15 each

Cranbrook Schools Students (with student ID) and Children (10 and under) $10 each  royal_services

This is a fundraising event for Cranbrook House & Gardens. No refunds or exchanges.  http://housegardens.cranbrook.edu

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