Historical Marker #2426 in Louisville recognizes the Conrad-Caldwell House, a grand example of late Victorian architecture. The home is located in historic St. James Court which is distinguished by the diversity of the individual mansions. As…

Historical Marker #2086 commemorates Locust Grove, a National Historic Landmark and unique example of early Kentucky architecture, craftsmanship and history. The circa 1792 Georgian mansion, restored and furnished to its original appearance and…

Historical Marker #93 commemorates the Duncan Tavern Historic Center in Paris, Kentucky. In 1788, four years before Kentucky became a state, Major Joseph Duncan built his imposing inn on what is now the public square of Paris. Built of native…

Historical Marker #1653 interprets Liberty Hall, a house museum in Kentucky's capital. Located in downtown Frankfort on the banks of the Kentucky River, Liberty Hall Historic Site was the home of the Brown family, one of Kentucky's most important…

Historical Marker #2373 commemorates the Brennan House in Louisville. Located at 631 South 5th Street, the Brennan House is the only historic home remaining on a street once lined with similarly grand homes - an oasis of Victorian refinement amid…