Tuesday, June 21, 2016

Indiana Photo of the Day - Lanier Mansion - Madison, Indiana

Indiana Photo of the Day - Lanier Mansion - Madison, Indiana
Indiana Photo of the Day - Lanier Mansion - Madison, Indiana

Exploring Indiana's Historic Sites, Markers & Museums - South East Edition
Markers & Museums
South East Edition
 The Lanier Mansion has been designated a National Historic Landmark in 1994. Architect Francis Costigan for financier and railroad magnate James F.D. Lanier designed this 1844 Greek Revival mansion. It is also a State Historic Site, administered by the Indiana State Museum.
The Lanier Mansion is located just off the Ohio River Byway in the city of Madison, Indiana. On a slight rise above the Ohio River, the mansion was the home of James Franklin Doughty Lanier in the 1800's. Fully restored with period furniture the house and garden is now a state owned museum just a few minutes walk from historic downtown Madison.
VisitMadison
Madison, Indiana
1 (800) 559 2956
1 (812) 265 2956
info@visitmadison.org

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