Liberty Hall, built for Senator John Brown beginning in 1796, is one of the finest examples of Federal-era architecture in Kentucky and the United States. The house sits on over four acres of beautiful grounds and gardens, along with the Orlando Brown House, a Georgian-style mansion built in 1835 for Brown's second son.
Today, these homes and grounds serve as a museum, educational center, and a venue for weddings, parties, corporate events, and more. Guests who choose to hold their event at Liberty Hall have access to the entirety of the grounds and can tailor their event specifically to their needs, at the most reasonable rates of any historic home in the area.
To reserve the grounds, ask questions, or schedule a free renter's tour of the site, email or call us at our listed contacts. Offices are open 9-4:30 M-F.