W.K. Kellogg Manor House is the former estate of cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg and his wife, Dr. Carrie Staines Kellogg. Built on the highest point overlooking Gull Lake in 1925-1926, the Manor, surrounding grounds, and building offer awe-inspiring views and historic grandeur. In 1952 the home and surrounding property were donated to Michigan State University and became the home base for the W.K. Kellogg Biological Station. The Manor House was restored to its original grandeur in 2000. The home is rich in history and can be visited for tours, programs, or private event rentals.
- Tour the Manor House: Whether it's lush garden views and the sound of Gull Lake waves hitting the shore or the snow-swept hills, twinkling lights, and lavish holiday decorations adorning each room, Kellogg Manor is truly a visitor’s destination any time of the year. We welcome visitors for tours all year-round, and no matter what the season, our visitors are truly in for a treat.
- Take a walk on the estate grounds: The estate grounds are open for self-guided walking tours from dawn to dusk. You are welcome to pick up a historical walking tour guide from our brochure rack on the office doors at the Manor House or download a PDF version of our Historical Walking Tour. When enjoying the estate, please wear a mask, remain 6 feet away from other visitors, bring your own water, pack out any garbage, and note that there are no open public restrooms available at this time.
- Host an event at the Manor House or Conference Center