The Eisenhower Suite at Culzean (My Family History)

Family history and heritage is extremely important to me and I believe it’s crucial to preserve and pass on that knowledge for future generations. My father’s family, the Kennedy’s, are a famous Scottish family settled in Ayrshire dating back to the mid-1300s. The country family estate of Culzean Castle and Country Park was completed in 1792, then renovated and improved by Edinburgh architects Wardrop & Reid beginning in 1877. In 1945 the family passed the estate to the National Trust for Scotland and the top floor was converted into a flat for use by General Eisenhower who visited on four occasions, including once during his presidency. Today I want to show you one of my favorite parts of the estate. These photos are of the Eisenhower Suite rooms taken by me and my brother, Nathan.

Eisenhower Suite // Scotland Travel Diary

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22 thoughts on “The Eisenhower Suite at Culzean (My Family History)

  1. Wow–no wonder you’re interested in family history, your family has a fascinating history and an incredible estate. Thanks for sharing the photos of this suite!

  2. You have such a rich, interesting family background! This is such a beautiful estate, I might have to convince my fiance to take our honeymoon there!
    xoxo
    Ashley

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