Enjoy a 1-hour docent-led tour of the museum and former home of Michigan governor, Fred Warner (1905-1911). Located in Farmington, the Warner Mansion is a Victorian Italianate structure built in 1867. Furnished in late Victorian style, the mansion is filled with historic artifacts and memorabilia from 1850 through 1920. The property sits on approximately three acres of impeccably landscaped grounds and gardens, that you will have an extra 30 minutes to experience self-guided. This home is not ADA compliant, and includes a fair amount of walking through the gardens. Brunch first on your own at Anna’s House…DELICIOUS!