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Locust Grove Historic Home [KY]

The Locust Grove Historic Home was first built in 1790, and is one of the first structures built in Kentucky. Today, the site serves as a historic house museum, and consists of the original house, the smoke house, and eight other stone and log supporting structures. Visitors to the site can view a collection of Kentucky-crafted furniture, time period artworks, and historic artifacts belonging to the home's tenants.

The house offers a collection of historic artifacts and antique furniture and daily tours, as well as a variety of special events, including children's events and an afternoon lecture series. The website offers a history of the home, an events calendar, visitor information, educational information including field trip information and worksheets for students, and information regarding upcoming events.

 
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