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The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is a historic, Victorian mansion located in the heart of Old Louisville on St. James Court. It is one of the finest examples of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and was the masterpiece of famed local architect...more
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We took a tour of the Conrad-Caldwell House a few days ago while visiting friends in Louisville. The house was amazingly well preserved and our tour guide Beth is the great granddaughter of the owner! Her insight and passion for the history there was contagious...More
Old Louisville is a jewel of the city and any trip to town should include a visit. The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is one of the most imposing building in a neighborhood of imposing mansions. Highly recommended.
A lovely place to visit. One of the best parts of the tour is that is given by one of the descendants of those that originally lived there, which really helps to bring the place to life by adding colorful commentary and family stories. Our...More
We visited the Conrad-Caldwell House and Museum today and enjoyed it immensely. We (3 women) were visiting Louisville for two days and stumbled on this hidden gem by accident in a obscure travel guide. It is located in an old, partially renovated Victorian neighborhood. Due...More
Took a guided tour with Ms Barb, loved hearing about the history of the house, and all the neat family stories that went along with it.
Glad we took the tour, would highly recommend this. It did last about an hour and a half, so...More
The house itself, and the location on St James Court, is something to see if you are into Victorian architecture and beautiful craftsmanship. Especially striking are the floors in each room downstairs, as each room has a different quilt pattern represented in the parquet. Stunning....More
Response from Conrad C | Property representative |
Thanks for your question, Michael. We are open from Wednesday through Sunday with guided tours of the home at 1pm and 3pm. We offer an additional tour on Saturday morning at 11am. We also hold our twilight tours on the... More
Thanks for your question, Michael. We are open from Wednesday through Sunday with guided tours of the home at 1pm and 3pm. We offer an additional tour on Saturday morning at 11am. We also hold our twilight tours on the third Thursday of the month from April to September. Additionally, there is a countdown clock at the right hand corner of the website with our next available tour time. If we have to cancel a tour for any reason, we will post it there as well as on our Facebook page.
Best to drive, parking can be found up and down the side streets or across the road a city park, side roads can get full. on a nice day well worth short walk to look at the gorgeous old homes in the area. No problem buying... More
Best to drive, parking can be found up and down the side streets or across the road a city park, side roads can get full. on a nice day well worth short walk to look at the gorgeous old homes in the area. No problem buying tickets right at the house inside gift shop, wasn't many people a month ago when we went.
Response from Margaret Y | Property representative |
Our tours are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors and active military, and $5 for students. We offer guided tours of the house Wednesday-Sunday at 1pm and 3pm with an additional tour on Saturday morning at 11am.