Call the inn for more information on our dinner packages. 1-866-284 3580. Reservations are required in advance. For an intimate dinner at the inn or we suggest any of our local riverside restaurants or follow the links below. Derby Dinner Playhouse is an excellent choice for an evening of good food and entertainment.
Ohio River Cruises
Enjoy a cruise on the river while staying in Jeffersonville. The two historic steamboats are The Belle of Louisville and the Sprit of Jeffersonville. The Belle of Louisville steamboat is seasonal and does not run November thru April. www.belleoflouisville.org
Rent the main house for up to 12 people, and gather in our large common rooms. The carriage house can accommodate an additional 5/6 adults, for a total of 18. We love family gatherings for one night or two (or more!) Pricing for the main house starts at $380 (one night) for 8 people and includes breakfast. Extra persons are $10 each. The carriage house is $150 per night for two persons. Dinner is an option if you rent the entire house and dinner costs are determined by the menu. Call us to discuss the details.
Ladies, if you rent all four rooms in the main house for two nights or more we will treat you to dessert at the inn served with our finest coffees and teas. We will treat you sweet! Pricing starts at $680 (2 nights-8 people) for all 4 rooms in the main house, and includes breakfast. The main house can accommodate up to 13. We'll even throw in movies and popcorn! The spas are located a half block away and shopping abounds here as well as museums, theatre, casinos, fine dining, we have it all.
Girlfriends, sisters, Redhatters, sororities, quilters, scrap bookers, any and all gal pals!
Night Away for the Girls
Relax and savor your visit here while enjoying the company of your relatives or girlfriends. We offer many suggestions for activities or simply relax at the inn and enjoy an afternoon tea, or a night of movies. We offer a video and DVD library and popcorn to all our guests. You may want to visit one of the local spas. Tell the innkeeper you want the Night away for Girls package and let us help you plan your visit.
Champagne or Sparking Beverage are available upon request for an additional $15. A Dozen Roses are also available for an extra $40 (this does not apply to Valentine's Week, when flowers are so expensive). Candy or snack trays start at $10.00. Champagne and 1/2 lb. of chocolates from the local confectionary, $25.
The Deluxe Romantic Package, which includes (Your choice of beverage, roses, candy OR snack tray) is available for $70, except during Valentine's week.
Let us help you celebrate this special occasion with a gift from the inn of a complimentary bottle of sparkling beverage. You must request the special to receive the gift. One complimentary package per visit.
Spend some quality "me" time while in Jeffersonville. Visit one of the local spas located 1/2 block of the Inn.
253 Spring St., (812)218 9144
Customized hair, nail, and skin care for your individual needs. Transforming your mind and body with all natural products.
Springs Salon and Spa
234 Spring St. (812)284 1226
A full service spa for mind, body, and spirit.
The Old Bridge Inn is in the midst of southern Indiana's wine country, let us help you plan visits to various wineries. Wineries are within 20 minutes to one hour of the inn, you can do several in one day from here, then go in another direction the next day. Let us help you plan your trip by taking advantage of the innkeepers knowledge of the area.
Business Person's Special
Business People may stay in Victoria's hideaway for special price, ONE person only. $85 per night Sunday thru Thursday only. Return to the inn after a busy day of business and relax in Victoria's Hideaway. There is an antique desk awaiting you to finish up any left over notes or simply relax in the whirlpool. We have a fax machine and wireless internet. The next morning, enjoy a full breakfast prepared especially for you by the innkeeper. Business persons stay in Victoria's hideaway for special price, ONE person only. $85 per night Sunday thru Thursday only.
Lewis and Clark and the Falls of Ohio
Stay at the Old Bridge Inn for two nights and receive one free pass for admission to the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center. The Falls of the Ohio is five minutes from the inn and the 386-million-year-old fossil beds are among the largest naturally exposed Devonian fossil beds in the world. The park features a spectacular interpretive center overlooking the fossil beds containing an exhibit gallery and video presentation. You must request the special to receive it.
Fishing, hiking, fossil viewing, bird watching, and picnicking are among the most common activities.
One complimentary package per visit.
Underground Railroad and other Historical Activities
The Underground Railroad in Clark and Floyd counties and Louisville are just a few of the strands that weave our rich tapestry of local history. Indiana was a free state but Louisville actually had several auction blocks. Jeffersonville is now the first leg of the Indiana Freedom Trails. Ask the innkeeper for more info on the underground railroad.
There are many historical points of interest in Jeffersonville and surrounding areas, including the inn itself (see our history page) but the Howard Steamboat Museum is a must see. This grand Victorian mansion is the Howard Home, the builders of the Howard shipyards, now know as Jeff Boat, a major employer in this area.
Built in the 1880's the mansion is high Victorian and sits in a beautiful park like setting surrounded by a brick fence with many lovely flowers beds, a fountain and a carriage house that has been renovated to house activities such as the antique show in May during their annual Chautauqua.
The Howard's Steamboat Museum is one of Jeffersonville's treasures that you can enjoy while staying at the Old Bridge Inn. Free passes upon request only. One complimentary package per visit.
The gardens are home to doves, wrens, robins, cardinals and mocking birds. There are many berry laden shrubs in the gardens to feed the birds plus they love to eat out of the bird feeders that we supply for them. Nearby on the river see the Great blue heron and turkey vultures. Flocks of ducks and geese make the waterfront their home all year.
Teatime at the Old Bridge Inn
Relax over a pot of freshly brewed tea, tea sandwiches, scones or pastries in our comfortable parlor, dinning room or in the privacy of your room. $15 per person for low tea, $25 per person for high tea. For guests of the inn only and must be requested 48 hours in advance.
Get in Bed with a Ghost
The Old Bridge Inn was named in USA Today as one of the top ten places to get in bed with a ghost. (read article)
Feast on Turkey, gravy, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, several vegetable sides, and of course, homemade pumpkin pie! All of this for $20 per person for guests of our inn served with a heaping of southern hospitality!
Christmas at the Old Bridge Inn
Christmas time at the Old Bridge inn is a festive time with many themed trees, collections and collectibles adorning the inn. Shopping abounds here in the area with many new stores nearby and of course the quaint historic shopping district. Enjoy cocoa and treats while curled up in front of the fireplace. Should you be here Christmas Day then you can, if you choose, join us for Christmas dinner, just $20 person.
Kentucky Derby Packages
We are very conveniently located just 10 minutes from Churchill Downs. Call for our special derby pricing for each room. We serve a full breakfast each morning with a heaping of southern hospitality. For more details. 866 284 3580
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Urban Bourbon Trail
Celebrate Kentucky’s heritage and embrace its signature spirit with a journey along the Urban Bourbon Trail. The Trail, and its Passport Program are the latest ways to enjoy a Bourbon Country adventure. Louisville is a great entry to exploring the distilleries along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and also the taste and mystique of bourbon at the seven designated stops that make up the Urban Bourbon Trail.
Permanent Exhibit - Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage: Men and Women of the Underground Railroad in the Indiana and Kentucky Borderland - Carnegie Center for Art and History in New Albany. This exhibit examines the nature of the antislavery community in Floyd County, Indiana, and places it in a regional and national context by describing the social, economic and cultural contours of the Falls region of the Ohio River Valley. Based on the book by Pamela Peters titled The Underground Railroad in Floyd County (North Carolina, 2001), the project contributes to the work by scholars such as Dr. Blaine Hudson at the University of Louisville, whose ongoing re-evaluation of the abolitionist movement has led to increased interest in the Underground Railroad. 201 E. Spring St. (812) 944-7336. www.carnegiecenter.org
515 Marriott Drive • Clarksville, Indiana
28,000 Square Foot Wave Pool, over a quarter-mile of water slides, sand volleyball, gift shop, ice cream stand, and a new large play area for kids. Opens Memorial weekend. 11:00a.m.-6:00p.m. daily. $6.00 per person Mon-Fri $8.00 Saturday and Sunday. Groups of 20 or more $1.00 off with advance reservations. Season passes are also available for $59.00 per person. Available for corporate parties, company picnics, and after hours private parties.
201 East Spring Street • New Albany, IN
Hours: 10:00am - 5:30pm
An art & history museum, home of the ever-popular Yenawine Exhibit - a hand carved, animated diorama depicting scenes of life in early Indiana.
1314 Hebron Church Road • Henryville, Indiana
Hours: 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday; open May - October
After eight years of construction, CATHEDRAL GARDENS opened for tours, small garden weddings and conferences in 2003. The 10 acres of gardens are surrounded by a 50 acre private estate populated by rolling hills and oak forest
914 East Main Street • New Albany, Indiana
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00am - 5:00pm • Sunday 1:00pm-5:00pm
A Victorian mansion that stands as an impressive tribute to one of Indiana's leading merchants and philanthropists, William Culbertson.
525 Marriott Drive • Clarksville, IN
Indiana's oldest dinner theater - 25 years of entertaining millions of people. Fabulous food and spectacular shows.
201 Riverside Drive • Clarksville, Indiana
Hours: Monday-Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm • Sunday 1:00pm - 5:00pm
Travel back to when Southern Indiana was covered by a salt water sea as you discover the world-renown fossil beds that date back 400 million years. There are 220 acres of exposed Devonian fossil beds to explore. The Interpretive Center features a full size mammoth skeleton, plus there are exhibits on geology, history and cultural development of the Falls of the Ohio. A spectacular audiovisual show is also offered.
533 Louis Smith Road • Starlight, Indiana
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 9:00am-5:00pm
Experience the forest at this National award winning attraction! Stroll through an indoor forest, complete with a running stream. The Forest Discovery Center Theatre offers a presentation "Keepers of the Forest". Other features include a mini-theatre, which features four short films, a 1,000 square foot marquetry mural, interactive exhibits and a manufacturing tour of Koetter's Woodworking Plant state-of-the-art rough mill plant.
Hidden Hill Nursery
1011 Utica-Charlestown Road • Utica, Indiana
Fridays 10 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Saturdays 9 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Sundays 12 noon - 5 p.m.
or by appointment
As seen on HGTV's "Secret Gardens" this one-of-a-kind garden and art collection offers rare trees and plants and garden sculpture in a whimsical setting. Special events and exhibits add to the festivities of this unique treasure.
Huber Orchard, Winery and Farm Market
19816 Huber Road • Starlight, Indiana
Farm Market - (812)923-9463 • Winery - (812)923-WINE
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 10:00am - 5:00pm
The farm, established in 1843, offers 600 breathtaking acres perfect for either a family or romantic getaway. Features Farm, Market, Cheese Factory, Winery with 22 international award-winning wine verities, petting zoo, and gift shop with arts, crafts, collectibles and souvenirs.
1101 East Market Street • Jeffersonville Indiana
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm • Sunday 1:00pm - 4:00pm
A 22-room, late Victorian mansion features stained and leaded glass windows, intricate hand carved and original furnishings. Artifacts & models of famous boats built in the Howard Shipyards are exhibited.
Jeffersonville Walking Tour
113 West Chestnut Street • Jeffersonville, Indiana
Hours Vary - Please Call for more Info
Tour historic Jeffersonville to see restored buildings of Italianate, Queene Anne, Federal, Victorian Gothic and other styles.
2421 Scottsville Road • Starlight, Indiana
Hours: Monday-Saturday 11:00am - 8:00pm • Sunday 11:00am - 6:00pm
A family restaurant the features country-style dinners. Stroll or take a wagon ride through the fields of strawberries, pumpkins, flowers and daylilies, and the apple orchard. Visit the farm market & gift shop filled with fresh fruit, vegetables, handcrafted gift items and all kinds of farm related gifts.
347 Spring Street • Jeffersonville, Indiana
For a taste of nostalgia and to satisfy your sweet tooth stop by and visit one of Indiana's "Hidden Treasures" in Jeffersonville. Famous for in cinnamon red-hots. Schimpff's is a fourth generation, family-owned business that features a soda fountain , the original tin ceiling, antique, antique memorabilia and tasty candies.
106 East Main Street • New Albany, Indiana
Hours Vary - Please Call for more info.
The house was built in 1814 by Joel Scribner, one of New Albany's founders (1813). It contains antiques, books, paintings, toys, textiles, photographs, family histories, and letters, much of which belonged to the Scribner family. The house was lived in by the Scribner family from 1814 to 1917. It was then purchased by the Piankeshaw Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution that was founded in 1898.
Stumler's Restaurant and Orchard
10924 St. John's Road • Borden, Indiana
Hours: Monday - Thursday 11:00am - 8:00pm • Friday - Saturday 11:00am - 9:00pm • Sunday 8:00am - 6:00pm
Set among the lush, rolling hills or Southern Indiana, the orchard offers a charming country atmosphere. The restaurant has a weekend buffet along with the regular menu. Of course a marvelous variety of fruits and vegetables is served fresh in season. See the petting zoo, fish feeding, shuffleboard, putt-putt golf, hayrides and farm market.
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