We were there off season and the building was not open but we still stopped for a bit just to see the exterior and the property. Lots of parking as it was pouring rain and cold and nobody was there. The building is very attractive, yet small. It is set in lovely garden surroundings that, in the summer, must be quite beautiful. The facility offers tea that many people say is very good. There is an admission charge but it is included if you buy the Niagara Parks tour pass. Even in the pouring rain it was worth a brief stop to see the building.