Here’s a little snippet from the website:
Oldfields–Lilly House and Gardens is a 26-acre historic estate and house museum located on the IMA campus, north of the main Museum complex. Lilly House is a 22-room mansion that was once the home of J.K. Lilly Jr., the late Indianapolis businessman, collector and philanthropist. Known historically as Oldfields, the estate features gardens and grounds designed in the 1920s by Percival Gallagher of the famous landscape architecture firm Olmsted Brothers.
This was a really neat tour and the gardens were beautiful, even though the weather didn’t cooperate with us too much.
Okay, so my favorite room in the house was the kitchen, of course. And I think it was Gretchen’s fave too, although she was literally swooning over the butler’s pantry, so the kitchen actually might have been her 2nd favorite. 🙂
Do you not just LOVE this oven?!
Now in this next picture, I asked this teenage boy to take a picture of all of us and he cut my sweet Mamaw out of it! Thanks a lot buddy.
This next picture is a flower that had a big ol’ fat raindrop right in the middle of it that looked like a diamond. We all thought it was pretty neat.
And last but not least, this is my beautiful cousin Kristen & her sweet baby boy, Hudson. 🙂