Located on Portage Path, this hall was built in 1911-15 by Frank A. Sieberling, founder of Goodyear and Seiberling Rubber Companies. Considered one of the finest examples of Tudor Revival architecture in the United States, the 65-room manor house contains original furnishings and treasures. Features include hand-carved oak, walnut and sandalwood paneling, molded plaster ceilings and stained glass windows.
The 70 acres of grounds are most colorful in early May through October. A Shakespeare play is presented on the ground for two weekends in July.
Open daily 10am-4:30pm in April through December. Open Tuesday - Saturday 10am-4pm, Sunday 1pm-5pm in late January through March. Closed holidays.