Built in 1814 by John Wesley Hunt, one of Lexington’s most prominent citizens of the time, this Federal-style house is a living museum representing the days when Lexington was known as the "Athens of the West" for its highly cultured lifestyle. The property includes a Civil War museum and a period garden.
This historic home is also available for special events. The Morgan room accommodates up to 75 people. The garden is suitable for up to 150 people.
- Operation Hours: April - October Wednesday - Friday: Tours on the hour from 1:00 PM - 5:00 PM Saturday: 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
- Length of Tour: 45 minutes
- Guided Tours:
- Take a Virtual Tour: Xplorit
- Gift Shop:
- Price Range $-$$$$: $$
Info for Tour Leaders
- Group Rate:
- Accessibility: Limited
- Visual Aids for Guests: Yes
- Hard of Hearing Guidance: Yes
- Accessibility Details: Paved walking paths and a ramp into the house and museum allow wheelchairs to easily access the property. There is no elevator, but for guests who cannot do stairs, there is a photo book of the rooms upstairs and of the basement for them to view.
- Accessible Tours: Yes
- Contact for Accessible Guests: 859-253-0362
- Accessible Public Restrooms: Yes
- Theater Capacity 75
- Banquet Capacity 35
- Number of Rooms 1
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