Fowler House Mansion

HIstoric home & RESTAURANT

New Leadership!

The 1852 Foundation which operates the Fowler House Mansion is excited to announce a change in leadership.

1852 Board Members: Marc Bumbalough, Joyce Schilli, Louise Fowler
(from left to right)

Experience History

Moses Fowler left a grand legacy in the Fowler House Mansion in Lafayette, Indiana. This impressive structure has a special way of telling the story of the Fowler family and the City of Lafayette. All proceeds from our restaurant and catering go toward protecting and maintaining this amazing place, and keeping it accessible to our community. Come join us for a meal or a drink and take a guided or self-guided tour. It'll be a meal and a visit you won't forget!

Lunch, Dinner and brunch!

The Fowler House Kitchen is excited to serve lunch and dinner and now Sunday Brunch every week!

Come enjoy a great meal in a beautiful setting. Open Wednesday-Saturday, 11am-2pm for lunch and 5-9pm for dinner. 10am till 2pm for brunch every Sunday.

Reservations recommended especially for dinner but not required. Please call if you have a large group or would like a private room.

While you're here take a tour and pick up one of our history booklets. There is a newly discovered story that was nearly lost to history until recently. Come see where these events happened and enjoy a great meal!

Imagine the wedding pictures you can take, lining up your family and friends on the Italian terrace and embracing your new spouse as you smile at the camera with the majestic Fowler House standing proudly behind you.

Family, friends, and coworkers will be dazzled by your unique choice to take your guests on a journey into the enchanting mists of history. If a picture paints a thousand words, and if walls can talk, your guests will have plenty to talk about for years to come.

Experience fine dining in your own private palace! Fowler House Kitchen serves up dishes that will tickle your taste buds with a presentation and atmosphere that will take your breath away.

Take a step into the past and walk the same halls that Moses Fowler did more than 170 years ago! Learn what life was like in the 19th century as you discover how Lafayette became the great city it is today.