Night of Art, Historic Homes Tour, or Holiday Victorian Tea at The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum (Up to 50% Off)

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Stunning 19th-century limestone mansion hosts architectural tours and lavish Victorian teas, and sponsors fundraising art events

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Choose from Three Options

$15 for admission for two to Fleur-de-lis on Fourth on Sunday, April 12 ($30 value)

Hosted at The Marketplace Restaurant, Fleur-de-lis on Fourth raises funds for the museum with a silent auction of hand-painted plates. Music and hors d’oeuvres add to the festive atmosphere.

$25 for admission for two to the Exuberant, Elegant, and Alive Old Louisville Home Tour on Saturday, May 23 ($50 value)

This annual walking tour explores the architecture and design of Old Louisville’s Victorian buildings. Attendees also meet David Domine, author of Old Louisville: Exuberant, Elegant, and Alive and can purchase a signed copy of his book.

$40 for admission for two to the Conrad-Caldwell Holiday Victorian Tea at 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, December 5 or Sunday, December 6 ($60 value)

A traditional Victorian tea treats guests to sweet and savory treats and a variety of teas, a tour of the first floor, with all proceeds benefitting the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum.

The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum

It's easy to see why The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is often referred to as "Conrad's Castle." The massive limestone mansion was a marvel when architect Arthur Loomis built it in the late 19th century, using indoor plumbing, electricity, and all the other modern innovations of the time. Today, the house stands as a piece of history, one where preserved decor and family heirlooms make it look just as it did when William and Elaine Caldwell lived there in 1908.

  • Size: a three-story Richardsonian Romanesque mansion, with two floors filled with furniture, paintings, and other antiques circa 1908
  • Eye Catchers: the limestone masonry work of the house's exterior, including many gargoyles
  • Don't Miss: one of the docent-led tours, which may even be hosted by a member of the Caldwell family
  • The Price Tag: it cost about $75,000 to build the home in the late 1800s; that would translate to around $3–$4 million today
  • Crown Jewel: the Front Hall, where a hand-caved oak grand staircase takes center stage
  • Pro Tip: look closely at the floors, moldings, and woodwork—each of the house's main rooms was finished in a different type of hardwood
  • While You're in the Neighborhood: visit the other historic homes in the area, such as the Thomas Edison House, where an unnamed genius used to live
  • Special Programs: twilight tours held the third Thursday of every month, special exhibits on the third floor, and lectures held throughout the year

Customer Reviews

Lovely on all counts A must see!
Elizabeth M. · December 8, 2015
Enjoyed seeing original photos compared to restoration Also, enjoyed the Christmas tea The teas and the tray were all good This is available for short periods, so I recommend that you look for this next year
Donna B. · December 6, 2015

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