Lanier Mansion - Indiana State Museum

601 West 1st Street Madison, IN
Max Capacity: 990 people
Lanier Mansion is one of the best examples of Greek Revival architecture in the country and is considered to be the "Crown Jewel" of Madison’s Historic District. Designed by architect Francis Costigan, the mansion exhibits many original Greek Revival features including its square plan, the full façade porch on the south elevation, the Corinthian columns on the south portico, the Doric pilasters that appear on several locations on the exterior, the massive exterior entablature and dentilated cornice, the ornamental anthemia, the ornamental pediments over the windows and doors, and the Ionic columns that separate the double parlors on the first floor. Lanier Mansion became a National Historic Landmark in 1994.
  • Historic Landmark/Registry
  • Outdoor Function Area