On Sunday, October 4, the Lake Forest Preservation Foundation is proud to present two opportunities to enjoy the beauty of fall in the exquisite historic setting of the Gardens at 900. Stroll along the gardens sensitively integrated with the original historic entry building of Elawa Farm. Originally designed in 1917 by prominent Chicago-area architect, David Adler, the buildings, abandoned for nearly a decade, were brought back to life by Craig Bergmann and interior designer Paul Klug. Their restoration respects the history of the site while incorporating the grace and beauty of Craig’s landscaping creativity.
Touring times are 1:00 PM-2:00 PM AVAILABLE - 2:30 PM-3:30 PM SOLD OUT.
Tickets are $25 each for members or $50 each for non-members. Join the LF Preservation Foundation with a $90 Friends Level Membership (or above) and receive two complementary tickets (new members only). Ticket sales will be limited to the first 50 people per session. This event will most likely sell out, so get your tickets early.
To purchase tickets, select the time you would like to tour then press Purchase Now. To join as a Friends Member or above and receive 2 tickets to the tour, go to https://lfpf.org/support-us/membership join at your perferred and you will be contacted within 24 hours with details for collecting your 2 complementary tickets.
Thank you for your support.