1500 E Crystal Dr.
La Grange, KY 40031
Phone: (502) 225-4125
Fax: (502) 225-6282
1500 E Crystal Dr., La Grange, KY, US, 40031
- Phone: (502) 225-4125
- Fax: (502) 225-6282
Pewee Valley Confederate Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Pewee Valley, Kentucky. It is the site of the old Kentucky Confederate Home. It is the official state burial ground, and is the only cemetery for Confederate veterans. The monument is unique among Civil War monuments as they are built in zinc, whereas the others are made of marble or limestone. The cemetery got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 27, 1989.
Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.
Tom Sawyer Park is a mecca for indoor and outdoor rereation enthusiasts.
The celebrated John Work House is a significant site in the Charlestown region in Indiana. Built and established more than two centuries ago, in 1811, the house is presently owned and managed by the Lincoln Heritage Council. It initially served as a functional grist mill for nearly a century. The land is utilized for camping activities of the Boy Scouts of the America such as the National Youth Leadership Training and the Webelos Camp. One can be visually-enchanted by the exquisite Federal style architecture. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 2001.
Church of the Annunciation is a charming red colored church which has been in existence since 1860. Built in the beautiful Gothic Revival style it is an evidence of the ancient time it belonged to. The pleasant and inviting atmosphere of the church makes it even more lovely. Services are regularly held even today and all other ceremonies are routinely conducted.
This state-of-the-art facility features 40 mph Sodi GT5 karts, a professionally designed 1,000 foot long track, and a computerized timing system.
Located in Jefferson County, Kentucky, in northeast Louisville, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery "was established in 1928 by an act of Congress initiated by the Taylor family to have the government take title to the family burial site where President Zachary Taylor was interred." Zachary Taylor National Cemetery is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Whitehall, thought to have been built by John Marshall, began as a modest two-story brick house in the Italianate style. Guided tours of Whitehall House & Gardens are offered to the public Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m
Built in Greek Revival style in 1856, and designated as a National Historical Landmark, the Water Tower has the distinction of being one of the oldest water towers in the world which still stands proudly by the Ohio River. Having served the people of Louisville since the 17th Century, it was damaged several times over the centuries. Since 1977, the tower and its surrounding confines have been managed by the Louisville Visual Arts Association which organizes art-related, cultural and community events here.