|The holidays are upon us! Take a breather just prior to Thanksgiving and travel with TURNER to enjoy the breathtaking holiday decorations at two of Indiana’s treasures. The French Lick Springs Hotel and its sister property, the West Baden Springs Hotel, have undergone a $382 million preservation and expansion. Choose to spend the night at French Lick Springs Hotel or West Baden Hotel. Upon arrival, you will be on your own to relax and enjoy the amenities of this complex. Dinner and breakfast will be at your leisure.
Christkindlmarkt - Spend the day exploring this unique Christkindlmarkt, a German Heritage Market, voted as a Top 100 Event in North America by The American Bus Association. This market place operates in one large indoor location but does offer several smaller sites that are accessible by a free trolley. One of our most popular and enjoyable holiday shopping tours. • French Lick Springs Resort - Reclaims the legacy of an earlier era, an age of sophisticated tastes, and attention to detail. Established in 1845, with the original east wing built in 1901, guests were attracted from around the world to experience the “miracle waters” of its nearby sulfur springs. Now this classic hotel has been restored to its famed charm and grandeur. • West Baden Springs Resort - An extraordinary experience. You will be captivated once you step foot inside this National Historic Landmark built in 1902. With its one-of-a-kind domed atrium spanning 200 feet, it has been called the “Eighth Wonder of the World.” • Shuttle Service - Complimentary Shuttle service between the French Lick Springs Hotel, and West Baden Springs Hotel. • French Lick Casino - 51,000 square foot Vegas-style gaming facility all on one floor. 1,200 state-of-the-art slot machines and 38 game tables. • Indiana Landmarks Tour of West Baden Springs Resort - Step back in time and discover the captivating history of West Baden Springs Hotel. Find out how the hotel’s dome was constructed and discover how this colossal hotel was built in less than a year. Learn more about the mysterious Angel Room high above the atrium. And find out who those movers and shakers were that came here to make deals, gamble and “take the waters” in the early 20th century. • Gasthof Amish Village - Truly an "oasis in the farmland" of Southern Indiana. Our 92 acres include a hotel, a restaurant, antiques and unique shops, and access to a 25 acre lake. Our large buffet is famous for its authentic Amish recipes prepared and served in a rustic building, constructed by Amish carpenters in traditional mortise-tenon joints and pegs style, using Indiana oak and poplar timber. Our bakery makes fresh homemade pies, bread, noodles, cookies and cakes every day. Our gift shop is a showcase for locally produced Amish crafts and food.