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This is the worst brunch I have ever had in my life. Denny’s has better food. The manager Ben should be in a different business. I took 4 friends $52.00 each. Shame on them. The food is sub par. Dont bother, you will be disappointed.
Such a wonderful surprise. We found this on accident! It is such a beautiful property and an interesting history. We love seeing historically interesting buildings. They have maintained this so well. We'd go back to have drinks and dinner there - beautiful!
Well worth the...More
This is a fabulous old world mansion built by the chewing gun magnet. The decor is original as much as possible as it has been sold twice since he owned it. It was very elaborate for the time and no expense was spared. The views...More
Mansion on a hill. Great view of the area. We took a tour of the mansion and found it historical and worthwhile. The highlight was Wrigley's Steinway Player Piano in the entertainment room. It's one of a kind and still works. The sound was vibrant...More
Step back in time to 1930 and this was one of the homes of chewing-gum magnate William Wrigley Jr. For only $5 you can have a 1 month membership to the Club giving you dining privileges at Geordie’s and Jamie’s Wine Bar for lunch, dinner,...More
The mansion sits on a hill overlooking the Biltmore area and most of the city, and was built in the 30's by the Wrigley Gum family.
A bartender gave us some of the history, but we want to go back and take one of the...More
This mansion has a fantastic view of the surrounding valley and is full of history. While the house itself isn't as amazing inside as I expected from the outside, I can definitely understand why Mr Wrigley would build a "winter cottage" where he did. It's...More
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There is a ramp to the entrance and an elevator inside the mansion. There may be a step or two up or down to certain rooms (I can't remember for sure). You might want to call to make sure it is totally accessible... More
There is a ramp to the entrance and an elevator inside the mansion. There may be a step or two up or down to certain rooms (I can't remember for sure). You might want to call to make sure it is totally accessible (602-955-4079).
25-30 minutes on average, depending on time of day and traffic. Nice scenic drive though, so you should enjoy it. I would also just tell Google Maps where you want to go, and the GPS will give you very accurate driving... More
25-30 minutes on average, depending on time of day and traffic. Nice scenic drive though, so you should enjoy it. I would also just tell Google Maps where you want to go, and the GPS will give you very accurate driving instructions, including length of time to get there.