The bucolic grounds of Aquinas College abound with not only beauty, but historically intriguing stories of earlier lives who traversed the woods, gardens and streams. Learn about the property that was once a dairy farm, a proper estate, a business college and now a renowned Catholic academic institution. The tour will visit today’s campus buildings that date from the original Lowe family era: the mansion, carriage house, stables, winery, and gatehouse. We will also investigate various landmarks on campus which foster superstitious traditions. And maybe, just maybe, we witness a spirit of haunted Holmdene before we peek at Brookby, a “related” mansion just around the corner. This tour meets at the front entrance of the college off Fulton, at the Saint Thomas Aquinas sculpture.