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Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site, New Albany

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  • The Culbertson Mansion is a fabulous place to tour. The rooms have been restored to their original decor and are beautiful.  more »
  • I loved this beautiful Victorian home and learning about the owners' history. The 1 hour tour was very informative and seeing the restoration progress was interesting.  more »
  • THIS PLACE IS AMAZING! It's the perfect place to just go and either learn about some local history or to hear some spooky ghost stories (if it's near Halloween!) Beautiful historic home!  more »
  • Finest example of Indiana during the Gilded Age. The restorations are amazing and the staff knowledgeable.
  • Such a fun experience and the tour guide made it so interesting. I've been twice and plan to come back with my kids.
  • Had a Great time and Everyone was so Awesome....💖💖💖💖💖💖💖
  • There are a few times in life when the stars align and you share a few special moments with friends or family that could only have come about with a bit of luck, a charmed scene, and the good graces of strangers. I was fortunate to book the Culbertson at the last minute for a birthday Bourbon Trail trip with my folks, who were charmed both by the exquisite Victorian intricacies of the mansion and the inspired of Rudy, the innkeeper. What can I say? Despite all the antiques and glass, my two daughters (ages 1 and 4) were made to feel welcome. The breakfast spread was as artful as it was abundant. The quarters, while likely outstripped by other more contemporary efforts, were nevertheless appointed with charming furnishings that all seemed to have the personal history behind them. However, for those who are friends of Rudy, a subterranean lounge awaits. If he likes you, Rudy will invite you to imbibe, trade stories, shoot some pool, play the jukebox...maybe even soak in the hot tub. My dad, whose birthday we were celebrating, was treated by Rudy to bourbon none of us could afford and stories that only a man of the world such as Rudy can tell. Rudy's scene is more speakeasy than most other hipster scenes that would attempt such a boast. So be nice to Rudy. My only regret is that it has taken me over half a year to write this review. But I never forgot. The Culbertson Mansion was that memorable. If you are an individual of culture and good breeding, book now.
  • We had the most enjoyable time at this mansion! Jessica was our tour guide and she not only told us about the edifice, but also shared the history of the area, and all about the Culbertson family through the generations. What a delightful day in New Albany!