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Caldwell's Great Granddaughter was our Tour Guide.....

so, of course, she is excellent. She remembers a lot of the history. The house is beautiful and... read more

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tamaralea
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Toledo, OH
Beautiful home.

Beautiful place and interesting history. It was wonderful so see the craftsmanship of days gone by... read more

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Rockford, Illinois
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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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Reviewed yesterday

so, of course, she is excellent. She remembers a lot of the history. The house is beautiful and they've done a wonderful job in substituting a few pieces for furniture and artwork that was lost. Tours begin at certain times, so be sure and check...More

3  Thank tamaralea
Reviewed yesterday

Beautiful place and interesting history. It was wonderful so see the craftsmanship of days gone by. I highly recommend it.

2  Thank sab19472018
Reviewed yesterday

Visited this home with my husband. Would definitely recommend to anyone interested in history, architecture, or just wanting general knowledge of Louisville of old.

2  Thank tallpagoda
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Exquisitely restored home well kept. Tour guide really explained every detail of the mansion and history of it's family owners. The woodwork of the stairwell and staircase is so beautiful with intricate carving, it is mesmerizing! Also the very extravagant decor/ fireplaces so worth visiting.

3  Thank 93Kathie
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This "castle" is a must see! The family stories told make this era come to life in a new way. The walk down the street to see other historic homes is a treat in Lousiville!

4  Thank kwzdonek
Reviewed 4 days ago

This place is amazing and the tour guides provide very interesting and detailed information. The second owner -Caldwell designed water towers. The floors designs are based on quilt patterns. Every room is different.

5  Thank shar579
Reviewed 5 days ago

Imagine yourself living in Louisville, Kentucky in 1883 and learning that the city would be hosting the Southern Exposition. The Exposition - a massive display of machinery, technology, arts and progress - was planned as a publicity event to highlight the city's growing industry. Located...More

4  Thank marycoons
Reviewed 5 days ago

Visited on a 1 night stopover in Louisville. Very interesting tour, the house is set in beautiful area which is explained in the tour. Enjoyed it very much. Wish we had time to do the walking tour of the area...that would be good too. I...More

4  Thank Kenneth111
Reviewed 1 week ago

This mansion will not disappoint the visitor. The tour was given by a family descendant, and her father guided tours until the age of 84. He must have truly loved this home and the sharing of its history. You even get a look into the...More

3  Thank silvertongue10147
Reviewed 1 week ago

We took the twilight tour and ended up the only ones on it. Our guide was a very nice gentlemen who was personable and informative. We were able to see three floors, which was unexpected (a lot of house tours don't show the upper floors)....More

5  Thank Katzmaniak
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978michaell
26 November 2016|
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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
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bolanmoen
28 September 2016|
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Response from Don G | Reviewed this property |
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
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Margaret N
1 May 2016|
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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.
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