Policies & Frequently Asked Questions
Laurel Court’s parking lot is accessed from Oakwood Avenue. Free parking is available during scheduled tours and events. Parking at other times is prohibited. If the parking lot is filled, there is on-street parking nearby along Oakwood Avenue and Cedar Avenue. If you are using on-street parking, there are pedestrian entrances on Oakwood Avenue and Belmont Ave.
You will find Laurel Court to be very photogenic! Bring your camera. Photography is allowed inside the home and on the grounds during your visit. Photographs are for your personal use, and are not to be used or sold for commercial purposes. Commercial photography requires prior approval.
There is currently no wheelchair ramp access to the Laurel Court home. Anyone needing special assistance can park or be dropped off at the front entrance of Laurel Court. If assistance is needed, please call ahead for arrangements.
Smoking is prohibited in all buildings. There are designated outside smoking areas.
There are restrooms on site.
Laurel Court is an historic property, and is also a private residence. There are considerable costs associated with public use. Please respect the buildings and the grounds during your visit. Please observe these few simple rules:
- Place debris in trash receptacles.
- No smoking inside any buildings. Use receptacles supplied outside.
- Do not enter areas that are closed off or marked “Private”.
- If unsure, do not touch.
- Children must be accompanied by adults at all times.
- Please report any damage or misconduct that you observe.
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If you have suggestions or comments on how to make your visit more enjoyable, please contact us. We would be pleased to hear from you.