Important Update

Important Update: At this time, our three hotels, dining venues and resort events are open to overnight guests only. French Lick Casino and all three resort golf courses are open to the public. Guests are required to wear masks in all indoor resort venues.

The Mansion at Pete Dye

Built in 1928, the Mansion at Pete Dye captures the essence of the Roaring Twenties. The mansion was built by Thomas Taggart, the former owner of French Lick Springs Hotel, for his son Thomas D. Taggart and his family.

Lunch at The Mansion at Pete Dye

Enjoy a quiet lunch while taking in one of the most spectacular views in Indiana. Savor a sandwich and cocktail while overlooking the breathtaking course carved into the hills of southern Indiana by legendary course designer Pete Dye. Currently open to golfers only; indoor and outdoor seating is available.

 

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