This beautiful castle-like house shows what the Victorian homes were like during the Gilded Age in the city of Louisville.
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum has been rated first as Louisville's Victorian House Museum. This establishment was built in 1895 with Arthur Loomis as the architect, and it is truly so ornamental and eye-catching. The museum is located on a street of beautiful Victorian homes. The ornate woodwork throughout is astonishing! The floors are wood with many inlaid wood floors, and be sure to check out the carved wood chandelier. Tours are available on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays at 1 pm, 2 pm, and 3 pm, and it lasts about an hour. You can purchase tickets online and you can also take a virtual tour online for $5. They hold many special events such as art festivals and pop-up picnics. There are education programs to promote historical education to children and adults, as well. The museum also is a private event venue with rental spaces available for weddings, birthdays, and business meetings or events. The basement area is the rental venue and it is spacious with great lighting and a large kitchen.
Adults $10, Seniors (65+) $8, Students $6