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Rochester, Minnesota's bing err has done it again! Another amazing drone flight and photography. This time, a look at Mayowood Mansion like you've never seen it. From the air. The views are amazing, the detail focused on is elegant and exciting, and to see it in the big pull back and away tells us why they chose that spot!

Mayowood is detailed on the Mayo Clinic website...

Dr. Charles H. (Charlie) Mayo and his wife, Edith, built Mayowood in 1911, extending the estate to more than 3,000 acres that included a man-made lake, greenhouses and several working farms. Their son, Dr. Charles W. (Chuck) Mayo and his wife, Alice, made many improvements to the home until their deaths in the late 1960s. Mayowood is filled with elegant furnishings from both generations’ extensive travels.

 

About 20 minutes from Downtown Rochester, the most popular time to visit Mayowood is at Christmas.

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Mayowood Mansion is certainly historic, but not the MOST historic home in Minnesota. For that, check out this list...

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