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Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation and the Hunt-Morgan House [KY]

The Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation advocates preservation of historic architecture within Lexington, Kentucky. The trust operates the 1815 Federal-style Hunt-Morgan House, restored to period appearance. The upper floor contains the The Alexander T. Hunt Civil War Museum.

The trust offers exhibits, period rooms, tours of the Hunt-Morgan House, traveling exhibits for rental, monthly brown bag lectures, preservation resources, a local history curriculum, walking tours of Gratz Park, and self-guided walking tours.