Marble House is a time capsule that provides an interesting glimpse into the gilded age society of the past. Beautiful "summer cottage" of Alva Vanderbilt. Very interesting!
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Marble House was the first "Cottage" we toured as part of our five property package. As with other properties in the area it offered a self-guided tour through Blu headset devices. As the tour progresses, you have to continually select the next clip to be...More
Beautiful home and grounds. We took the five mansion tour as it was a better value. We also took the trolley tour to them which wasted time waiting for the trolley and getting to all the homes. There was adequate parking at each home.
As somebody wrote, this is the "other" Vanderbilt House. It truly shows Alva Vanderbilt's character but it wasn't as grand as The Breakers. Her bedroom was a huge grand room fit for a queen and, on the other hand, her husband's was as plain, simple...More
This is a Lovely mansion and property. We visit the mansions once a year, but we usually reserve our visits for the Holidays when the mansions are decorated with gold and classic trimmings and many trees around the residences. Stunning and beautiful if you have...More
This is another fabulous mansion that was built by one of the Vanderbilt brothers. I believe that each was trying to out do each other. I have toured this mansion several times and find the history to be extremely interesting. The place is gorgeous with...More
This place is remarkable in its sheer audaciousness and high style. You really get a feeling of what it was like to be super rich and famous back in the days of Dukes and Duchesses. It's a little less crowded than the Breakers, which is...More
Another historic gem to view in all of it's glory the way elites lived at the turn of the century. An audio tour let's you explore indoors and outdoors at your own pace all the exquisite details, from the floors to the ceiling and everything...More
As amazing as the Breakers really was (thanks in no small part to the breathtaking views), the Marble House as a building really struck us more. From the red-hued marble and gold entry way staircase to the fancy bedrooms to the mind-blowing all-gold and chandelier...More