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Liberty Hall Historic Site, Frankfort

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Liberty Hall Historic Site is a four-acre educational center that was the home of the Browns, one of Kentucky's most important families. The site contains two houses: Liberty Hall (1796) built by John Brown, one of Kentucky's first United States Senators and the Orlando Brown House (1835), designed by Gideon Shryock, and owned by Senator Brown's second son.

Liberty Hall Historic Site grounds include extensive boxwood and perennial gardens, which lead down to the Kentucky River. There is no charge to visit the Liberty Hall gardens. They are open to the public from dawn to dusk.
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  • The outside is gorgeous enough to warrant this review. I was there with my wife on Memorial Day, so there home was closed, but we were able to walk around the grounds, and stroll through the beautiful...  more »
  • Then you will be delighted with this one! So much to see, this beautifully decorated home is filled with history! This is truly a labor of love for the guides who work here, and it is evident through ...  more »
  • Becky B. gave us a WONDERFUL tour of this lovely home. She is so very knowledgeable and willing to share what she has learned from her research into Liberty Hall and all the people connected with it.  more »
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  • Great and the builder John Brown's great great neice wrote good night moon
  • Cool little spot in history with a great ghost story!
  • An inexpensive tour, but wish we had know they were under renovation and that we wouldn't be able to see much of the house. Having been to a lot of historic homes, I had hoped to see more of the houses.