Visiting the Inn
The Inn is a private residence even though we are a Bed and Breakfast. Please call ahead if you would like to set up an appointment.
Visiting The Gardens
The gardens are open to the public at no charge on Tuesdays and Sundays,
June through October
No need to make an appointment, the Fifth Street garden gate will be left open during those hours and visitors are welcome to come and go as they please.
It is the perfect opportunity to take family photos, engagement or senior photos.
Printed materials will be made available to visitors and a staff member or volunteer garden steward will be on hand to answer questions.
Private Party rentals may cause the gardens to be closed on public hours. Call or email us to check the date you wish to view the gardens.
Current dates the gardens are closed:
Interested in volunteering?
House & Garden Tours
are offered on
Tuesday and Sunday
$18 per person.
This 60-minute guided tour of the first floor of the home and the gardens allows visitors a unique glimpse into the history. You will learn about the Edwardian-era millionaire family who sparked Columbus' modern architecture craze and discover the early origins of Cummins Engine Company.
Private tours can be arranged for groups from 6 to 24 people on the day and time of your choosing. Please call 812-376-3663 and speak to our Innkeeper to schedule a private tour.
Tickets for the weekly House & Garden tour can be booked by phone at
812-376-3663 or online through the Columbus Area Visitors Center tours page.
PRIVATE PHOTO SESSIONS
Private photo sessions can be
booked outside our public hours
by appointment for $100/hour.
For Reservations Call 812-376-3663
A movie called Columbus which was produced by Kogonada to be shown at the Sundance Film Fest is now hitting theaters. There are some scenes in which we as the Inn are show cased. Here is a few reviews from people who have already seen the movie. There is also a link below to view the Trailer.
“Richardson plays a recent high school grad named Casey who befriends Jin (played by John Cho), a visitor to Casey’s hometown of Columbus, Indiana. In real life, the city has a massive amount of modernist architecture and public art, setting a gorgeous backdrop for the characters’ heavy conversations. Columbus is, according to Richardson, ‘the most fulfilling role I’ve ever done.’”
see the original article at vmagazine.com
“It is block after block of just fascinating buildings … It is a kind of wondrous place. It is a bit of an emerald city.”
“Columbus” star John Cho, speaking at Sundance