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Farmington Historic Home, Louisville

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  • Opted for the self-guided walking tour of this historic hemp plantation where Abraham Lincoln stayed for 3 months. The house remains as well as some of the outbuildings. The plantation is now surround...  more »
  • Our tour guide was very informative. The tour was about 1 1/2 hours long. The website is a bit confusing as to the times. If you are planning to tour the home be sure to be there before the 2:00 pm to...  more »
  • Stopped here on the way back to camp, the staff were super friendly and helpful. There is a house tour, but it's an hour long, too long for my 3 and 4 year old to behave. But you can do a self guided ...  more »
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  • Great place to go for a leisurely stroll. It's dog friendly, which is great. My pups always enjoy themselves there. The staff in the gift shop are great as well.
  • Beautiful grounds and facilities. The size of the grounds are very surprising. NOt really big enough for a lot of hiking but if you want to get out and explore some beautiful grounds this is a great spot. It is used extensively by many photographers and for personal use I do not believe you have to pay but if you are a professional you have to pay to use the grounds.
  • Historic venue for festive activities such as weddings
  • Paid class trip from U of L. Terrible tour...terrible tour guides....we were treated poorly....I got the impression that no one working there gave a damn about their job....or had any real knowledge of the story.....also, if you're a tour guide, learn how to speak loudly when you have 15+ people on a tour. I know you're old...but not old enough to have lived through what went on in this historic home....use a microphone and work on that lung capacity. Anyways....it was an awful tour...a waste of time....a waste of money.
  • Nice green space in the heart of Louisville.