Waveland State Historic Site
Built in 1847 by Joseph Bryan, a grand-nephew of Daniel Boone, Waveland is an outstanding example of the Greek Revival house in Kentucky. Tours focus on the Bryan family and life on a 19th-century Kentucky plantation.
- Operation Hours: Open to the public April through mid-December: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Wednesday thru Saturday and Sunday noon to 5 p.m. Last tour is at 4 p.m. Tours by advance appointment in the winter.
- Length of Tour: 1 Hour
- Guided Tours:
- Price Range $-$$$$: $
Info for Tour Leaders
- Group Rate:
- Coach Parking:
- Accessibility: Limited
- Visual Aids for Guests: Yes
- Hard of Hearing Guidance: No
- Accessibility Details: Parking is a little ways from cabin and mansion. Gift shop cabin and upper floors in mansion are not accessible but they give each guest all information they would receive in the upper rooms. Call for more information and to let them know you're coming so they can be as accommodating as possible.
- Handicapped Parking:
- Accessible Tours: Not offered on website but all tours are customizable
- Accessible Transportation: N/A
- Contact for Accessible Guests: 859-272-3611
- Accessible Restrooms: No
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