The Mansion at Pete Dye

Built in 1928, the Mansion at Pete Dye boasts all of the latest enhancements of the era, plus a widow’s walk, an underground tunnel and secret passageways. If you visit, be sure to slip upstairs for a peek at the grand living suites, which still capture the essence of the Roaring Twenties.

 

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Lunch at The Mansion at Pete Dye

Reopening March 29
11am - 3pm by reservation only

 

Guests may enjoy lunch at one of the highest points in Indiana. Enjoy a sandwich and cocktail while overlooking the breath-taking course carved into the hills of southern Indiana by legendary course-designer Pete Dye. The clubhouse is the mansion home built by former Indianapolis Mayor Thomas Taggart for his son Thomas D. Taggart and his family. The Taggarts owned the French Lick Springs Hotel from 1901-1946.

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Seating is limited. Reservations required.

Please call (812) 936-5579