This was a stop on a tour for us. I wasn't really sure how great it would be, but it turned out to be very interesting. Even if you are not into horses, it is a fascinating place to learn the business side of horse breeding. The tour was really great. The guide ,mary, was very informative and entertaining. The scenery is absolutely beautiful. As a bonus, in march , there were many newly born horses. Very cute.
There is a cafe on site and a Japanese garden, as well.
There is a charge to enter both attractions. Fascinating and worth a trip.