Even if you don't want to pay for the tour (which I enjoyed) just walking the blocks is beautiful. The house is amazing, and the private homes nearby are beautiful as well.
Each year I visit the Conrad-Caldwell Museum as part of the Old Louisville Victorian Home Tour. Each visit I've had a descendent of the mansion's owner as a docent. The woodwork in the home is gorgeous and the history fascinating. Not to be missed if architecture is your thing!
My husband and I recently enjoyed a tour of the Conrad-Caldwell House while visiting Louisville. It's located in what I think is the most beautiful part of town, Old Louisville, with its many beautiful old mansions. Our tour guide was a family member who infused the tour with lots of family anecdotes. The house is beautifully maintained and has exquisite... More
Wonderful tour by a family member that owned the home at one time. Lucky to have gone on a Thursday as having family be the docent we were given an hour and a half tour instead of 50 minutes. Lots of family history that we would not have otherwise gotten. I highly recommend visiting!!
We visited the Conrad-Caldwell museum while attending the St. James Art Fair. It was so interesting because several of the family members were at the site and shared stories about their ancestors. We are going back soon to take a more detailed tour and learn more about the family and history of the home. Everyone was friendly and you could... More
I was in Louisville for a wedding and since I love older homes decided to tour the Conrad-Caldwell House with my daughter. I was not disappointed! Our docent was Beth Caldwell, great-granddaughter of the second owner. Her family has kept many items over the years and it was wonderful to hear the stories behind them. The home itself was obviously... More
Visited the Conrad-Caldwell House with recent out of town guests. Being a fan of old homes this place is my favorite in Louisville to show off to my visitors. I especially enjoy the Christmas holiday season when the house is decorated. Keep up the good work!
Our tour was given by a member of the Caldwell family and she was so informative and had such a love for the home and great memories of the family. it's an absolutely beautiful home filled with beautiful furnishings and art. We loved it.
We planned to visit this historic home on our way through Louisville. Unfortunately, we arrived at 2 pm--which is not a tour time. Tours are currently at 1 and 3. We wandered through the beautiful neighborhood to kill time. As 3:00 neared we headed back to the house and waited for the tour to start. Our tour guide was Margaret,... More
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