You’re invited to tour Naulakha, the home and gardens of author Rudyard Kipling from 1892-1896, normally open only to overnight guests. Take a self-guided tour when its spectacular rhododendrons are likely to be in bloom. Start your visit with a tour of Naulakha, where Rudyard Kipling wrote The Jungle Books and Captains Courageous, then stay to enjoy the estate’s grounds at your leisure. Visit Kipling’s Carriage House and the Barn Museum, which serves as a mini-museum of his family’s life in Vermont. Wander the grounds to see the irises in bloom and the clay tennis courts located below Naulakha, the first tennis courts built in Vermont. You can even bring a picnic to enjoy on the sloping front lawn!
Times often sell out early, so get your tickets today! Proceeds from all tours support the historic preservation work of The Landmark Trust USA.