Historical home worth visiting. Lots of interesting facts in this authentically restored home. Worth the time to visit
I love history and enjoyed the guided tour of this historic house but my friend was a little bored. It nay have been because the older volunteer guide, while very knowledgable, did not talk loud enough for someone who was hard of hearing. This house has been carefully restored to its original condition and the informative movie and small museum... More
My husband and I visited this house in 1 August 2012. We were part of a bus group that was attending a Lewis and Clark conference in Clarksville, Indiana. This house is located in a very upscale, gorgeous neighborhood in Louisville and still sits on its original location with surrounding 55 acres of land (the farm originally had 694 acres... More
I was invited to go and take the tour, the grounds were very beautiful, and the restored rooms were nice to view and her about the history. Very nice .
We enjoyed this site. The docent was very interesting and pointed where Zachary Taylor once lived. They were also setting up for the Jame Austen Festival that looked like it would be very interesting maybe next year.
Third trip to the annual Jane Austen Festival at Locust Grove. Each year it gets bigger and better. So many events and presentations are included in the admission which is so reasonable. Tea is fantastic and also very reasonable
We were warmly welcomed before seeing the orientation video at the start of a nearly hour-long tour. The video was well-done and informative and the house itself was authentically restored just two years ago. Brian Cushing was our young, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable guide. He elaborated on the fascinating history that the house represents, including the founding of Louisville, the expansion... More
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