The former home of playboy auto magnate Lawrence P. Fisher is an outrageously ostentatious, eclectic Art Deco mansion with four acres of formal gardens, pools and fountains. There are hand-painted leather walls and plenty of gold and silver leaf. In 1975, the great-grandson of Henry Ford and the daughter of United Auto Workers founder Walter Reuther bought the decaying mansion and restored it as the Bhaktivedanta Center of Krishna Consciousness. A fine arts gallery features Indian art. Individual and group tours are offered. Temple services run from pre-dawn to late at night.
- Open Hours: Monday to Friday from 09:00 AM to 05:00 PM
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