Extremely poor management. They rely on under trained volunteers who do not give adequet information about what Bonnet House offers nor, and even more importantly, what is expected from their clients. Sure if the client reads 6 pages of the map (most clients don't), some pertinent information, but not all, can be found. A few easy and obvious fixes would be: upon entrance a staff member explaining basic pricing options and basic grounds rules. Add signs that indicate where photos are not permitted and signs that state that guests may only enter house rooms with a tour guide. Being accosted by a staff supervisor in a very aggressive manner is certainly not the way to first alert the customer of very understandable rules. The grounds are pretty. I would suggest that with some of the money Bonnet House is saving by having unpaid volunteers, it uses some money for better training, better customer communication as well as putting a bit of money in the roof and paint job before Mother Nature consumes what is left of this beautiful property.
1513 E Commercial BlvdFort Lauderdale, FL 33334
From Business: Ever since we opened our doors in '66, we have offered the public excellence in framing. All of the work is done on premises and we have over 3000 moldings to cho…
Great Place!!!! Bring back the Arts!!!
Just recently found out about this place and am kicking myself for not knowing about it sooner. This is THE best picture framing shop in Fort Lauderdale. Period.They have lots of cool specialty items like porcelain and jewelry you don't see everyday, either. Definitely worth checking out!