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DIRECTOR’S TOURS With the Edison & Ford Winter Estates

Posted by Edison Ford Winter Estates On March 17th

Director’s Tours with the Edison & Ford Winter Estates are led by Estates President & CEO Chris Pendleton and include some of Florida’s most renowned museums, estates, gardens, and historic sites with behind the scenes tours and insight by her colleagues who are long time museum professionals, directors, and curators. 

Fort Lauderdale—March 25, 2011
Bonnet House & Gardens
Enjoy a glimpse of “old Florida” as participants will tour the sprawling two story waterfront home surrounded by formal tropical gardens. Pendleton will take participants on a private behind the scenes tour the home once owned by the world acclaimed artist Frederic Clay Bartlett and his wife Evelyn as well as enjoy a garden tour of the seaside tropical gardens with native and exotic landscape plants. Lunch will be served in the beautiful Bonnet House tropical gardens. 

Palm Beach—April 8, 2011
Flagler Museum& The Society of the Four Arts
Enjoy a tour of the 1930’s gardens at The Society of the Four Arts including old Florida, Asian influence, water & contemporary sculpture gardens. After lunch, tour Whitehall at the Flagler Museum, the magnificent 60,000 square foot waterfront home of HenryFlagler built during the Gilded Age. 

Delray Beach—May 6, 2011
MorikamiJapanese Gardens and American Orchid Society Gardens
Tour begins at the world headquarters of The American Orchid Society with lush gardens and exotic orchids. After lunch, enjoy a tour of the Morikami Museum and Japanese Gardens. Participants will experience Japanese culture, art, and beautiful gardens. The MorikamiGardens are ranked as one of the top ten Japanese gardens outside of Japan. 

$85 Volunteers * $90 Members * $95 non-members
*Receive a 10% discount when you register for all three!
 
Tours are all inclusive. Cost includes top of the line transportation, taxes, gratuities, admission, lunch, snacks, and refreshments.
 
Reservations required, call 239-334-7419 to RSVP 

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