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Locust Grove

561 Blankenbaker Ln, Louisville, KY 40207-7100
+1 502-897-9845
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A Louisville Must See!

Though Blankenbaker lane is a bit off the beaten path, you simply must see this "gem of history'! A... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Louisville, Kentucky
Beautiful home & surrounding property

We stayed VERY close to this attraction, and went for the antique show (on a VERY hot September... read more

Reviewed October 26, 2017
Kelly M
Lapeer, Michigan
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Built in 1790, Locust Grove, a three story brick Georgian home, is the final home of General George Rogers Clark, the founder of Louisville, and conqueror of the Old Northwest Territory. The house was built by his sister Lucy Croghan and her husband William Croghan who raised 8 children here and hosted their brother William Clark, of Lewis and Clark fame, as well as Presidents Monroe, Jackson and Taylor, Vice President Arron Burr, statesmen such as Cassius Clay, and several artists including John James Audubon. This National Historic Landmark has been restored to reflect the elegance of General Clark's time at Locust Grove. The 55 acres of gardens, fields and woodlands are open for exploration daily.
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Hours Today: 10:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
561 Blankenbaker Ln, Louisville, KY 40207-7100
East Louisville
+1 502-897-9845
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Though Blankenbaker lane is a bit off the beaten path, you simply must see this "gem of history'! A well run historic tour, museum, and gift shop are part of the experience, as well as a great picnic area and gardens/grounds to explore- weather permitting....More

Thank jillsmith2017
Reviewed October 26, 2017

We stayed VERY close to this attraction, and went for the antique show (on a VERY hot September Sunday). Very interesting place - the trees, fencing & outbuildings were of most interest to me, although the home is very handsome. We didn't take a tour,...More

Thank Kelly M
Reviewed October 16, 2017

Another great historical site. You can tour thw wonderful original house and outbuildings. Depending on time of year they also offer an antique show on the groungs as well as book sales.

Thank donnahelmick
Reviewed September 20, 2017

Annual event happens the last Sunday of May & September is my favorite time to visit Locust Grove. It is an outdoor antiques show & sale with excellent dealers who are experts in what they sell! A must go destination if you like outdoor antiques...More

Thank CSmoth
Reviewed August 20, 2017

This was a beautiful home, the grounds we big. Little disappointed on the gardens, not having them look as Lush as stated on site. Better care of them could be done. But the overall experience should be taken by anyone visiting in the Louisville area....More

Thank kwerner27
Reviewed August 9, 2017

We went for the antique show and stayed for the historical tour! Both were amazing as was the used and rare book sale. Wonderful Louis and Clark history!

Thank Cindy D
Reviewed July 17, 2017

What better place for the Kentucky branch of the Jane Austen Society of North America (JASNA) to hold their 9th annual Jane Austen Festival, but at a Georgian / Federal era home? The society and the organization that runs the Locust Grove home of George...More

Reviewed July 4, 2017

I highly recommend this for families or individuals. Don't be worried if there are not a lot of people at the location, it is so with the tour. Overall about a 2 hour experience for only $8 that includes a small display and museum, a...More

Thank Jim S
Reviewed July 4, 2017 via mobile

The is a historic home where George Rogers Clark did indeed spend time and his last remaining years here. You can actually see the bedroom he died in upstairs. Today was the July 4th event that was free. Generally, the fee is $6 for adults...More

Thank jgbtravels
Reviewed June 23, 2017

A lovely homestead in the middle of Louisville. Hidden gem of a place. Home of George Rogers Clark dating from late 1700s - early 1800s..Totally restored with period furnishings in the house. Tours on the quarter hour daily. $8 per person - a bargain. Has...More

Thank Cindy B
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June 3, 2015|
Response from Bonlet | Property representative |
Hi - No not everyday. The costumed interpreters are at most of our special events, sometimes at weddings when they are requested to be in the house, etc. and especially our Christmastide Christmas open house tours in... More