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Have gone many times for dining on the lawn and listen to music. Variety of many events. The garden grounds are beautiful. Have not gone in 2018 and I believe the land has been sold to a home developed. What the status of the gardens...More
A wonderful opportunity to see how mansions were build from an era that most people today have not lived. The grounds are well groomed. The pink mansion has be cared for . You can feel the love of history.
Cuneo mansion is once again open to the public. A property currently valued at fifty million dollars, this opulent palace is now available for self guided tours on Friday and Saturday. For lovers of art and stately manors of the Gilded Age this place is...More
Despite all the information on the internet encouraging you to come and visit, the tours are done. over. finished. kaput. ended, cancelled. no longer being offered.
The only way to see the mansion and gardens now is to
a) participate in an on-site educational program,...More
Today, we marvel as we stroll the hallways and parlors and gardens of Victorian mansions, marble monuments to the Gilded Age. San Simeon, William Randolph Heart's castle in California, is most noteworthy. Two others that immediately come to mind are George Vanderbilt's Biltmore in Asheville,...More
“Let me tell you about the very rich. They are different from you and me."
- F. Scott Fitzgerald
The Cuneo Mansion is a monument to different. While the building itself is historic and houses an interesting collection of furniture and art, even more interesting...More
My first visit to Cuneo mansion and gardens. It's been closed for the last two years for ongoing renovations. Loyola University has done a superb job. You won't notice most of the $7 million they've spent renovating, but that's why this place is so special....More