Meadow Brook Hall was the former home of Dodge Motor Car Company heiress Matilda Dodge Wilson and her second husband Alfred Wilson, built between 1926 and 1929 for $4 million. Known as the preeminent example of the country estate lifestyle of America's automotive aristocracy, and for its Tudor Revival architecture and extensive collection of decorative and fine arts, The Hall's 88,000 square feet and 110 rooms make it the largest historic home in the Midwest. Meadow Brook Hall is open to the public daily for tours year-round. Guided tours last an hour and half and include the three main floors of The Hall. Group tours can be scheduled for 20 people or more at a discounted rate. Catered dining is also available for groups. The estate is also available to host private & business events, weddings and corporate holiday entertaining and more.