It is absolutely spectacular. The art collection was donated to the New York Metropolitan upon Walter's death, but reproductions were created and are hung in the right spots, with the right frames. Most of the statues and figurines inside the residence are authentic, and the residence is still set up to host visiting dignitaries.
I was able to get some outside pictures, and I have linked to some fantastic inside pictures as no indoor photography is allowed.
|Property sits on a private golf course designed by DickWilson|
|Approaching main house from entrance|
|Sculptures are everywhere|
|View inside to the main house, as close as I could get to photographing the interior|
|Exiting main house, going to guest houses|
|Looking back to main house from guest houses|
|All the Presidents' wives rose bushes|
|Living room off entry way|
|Another sitting area off main room, I like these chairs very much.|
|Another view of main seating area|
|Game room in guest cottage|
|Another view of game room|
The Sunnylands Center and Gardens is open Thursday through Sunday, free of charge. There is a $35 fee for a guided 90-minute tour of the residence and grounds, available by reservation. Reservations can be made at www.sunnylands.org.