Whether you take a hike through Saugatuck Dunes State Park or plan a self-guided tour of the Felt Mansion, you won’t be disappointed with summer at the Felt. Currently, as we wait to hear the new guidelines from our Governor, the schedule for summer self-guided tours is on hold. But we will publish the times here as soon as possible. Until then, stay safe and well.
Your wedding is a day you’ll never forget. Make sure it takes place at the location of your dreams. Felt’s stone balconies, beautifully decorated rooms, and carefully manicured grounds give the mansion an unmistakable old world charm. From intimate dining rooms to elegant ballrooms, large outdoor tents, or anything in-between, Felt Mansion is here to make your big day a cherished piece of history.
Originally built in 1925 and completed in 1928, the Felt Mansion was built by the self-made millionaire, Dorr Felt for his wife Agnes. Felt was drawn to the pristine beauty of West Michigan’s coastline and decided to build the mansion on several hundred acres of land. You will take a step back in time as you navigate through our most popular features, including the Felt Mansion itself, the Carriage House, the historic Chapel, our expansive grounds, and the Shore Acres Farm buildings. Explore Felt’s history.
Nestled in the rolling dunes between Holland and Saugatuck, the historic Felt Mansion boasts an impressive 12,000+ square foot lavish piece of history that consists of 25 rooms, three floors, and even features an extravagant ballroom. From attending an outdoor event to hosting a timeless wedding, to touring the historic mansion and grounds, the Felt Estate is the perfect hidden treasure for a relaxing West Michigan weekend.