The Mansion at Tuckahoe - located inside Indian RiverSide Park
1921 NE Tuckahoe Dr Jensen Beach, Fl. 34957 | 772-463-3201
To schedule a tour or to reserve any or all of the venue, call (772) 463-3201.
The Mansion at Tuckahoe will be available for patrons to visit on Wednesday's starting at 9:00am and guided docent tours will be available at 10:00am and 11:00am. Groups over 8 persons will require a reservation and a nominal fee of $20.00. Those tours will be held at 12:00pm. Client tours are given by staff members Monday through Friday depending on the venue's availability and are by appointment only.
2010 Photo provided by SCE, Inc. / Photographer Randy Smith
Event Photos: Album 1: Mock Wedding 12/2009 | Album 2: December 2009/January 2010 | Album 3: | Album 5: Holmes-Stapleton Wedding |Album 6: December 2009/February 2010 | Album 7: Dewey Wedding March 2010 | Album 8: Wedding Ceremony Set-Up | Album 9: July 2010 Wedding and Babyshower | Album 10: Weddings 411 Seminar | Album 11: Fall 2010 Events | Video Clip: Innaugural Bridal Show
History: In 1938, Ann Bates Leach, an heiress to the Coca-Cola fortune, and her husband Willaford, built the Mansion at Tuckahoe atop the ancient native American midden known today as Mount Elizabeth. Now listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the estate and its environs provide a unique setting to host all manner of celebrations, events, and functions. As featured in Southern Living Weddings, the Mansion has become the premier wedding venue on Florida's Treasure Coast. The elegant Mediterranean design and art deco interior feature terrazzo floors, eight fireplaces, marble restrooms, a discreet prep kitchen, and a private bridal suite with adjacent groom’s room. The North terrace overlooking the Indian River embraces intimate weddings, formal dinners, and dancing under the stars, while the South waterfront amphitheater and terrace, can accommodate large ceremonies and live music. All in all, this historical venue commends itself to intimate parties and expansive celebrations. To view historic photos and a historical summary, CLICK HERE.