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328 Kenwood Hill Road, Louisville

Admission for Two, Three, or Four at The Little Loomhouse (Up to 40% Off)

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Visiting 19th-century cabins offers an unique chance to learn about the story behind the Happy Birthday song and visit a weaving colony

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1 ratings1 reviews
October 10, 2020
So interesting and a beautiful location...afternoon well spent!
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March 18, 2020
My children loved the experience and are excited to continue to practice weaving at home
4 ratings2 reviews
January 14, 2020
Loved this place. Sally was an amazing tour guide and so knowledgeable! A true hidden gem of Louisville. Will definitely return
27 ratings10 reviews
December 8, 2019
Such a cute place! Loved the history!
19 ratings16 reviews
November 21, 2019
Three over60 yr olds went today and had a wonderful tour.

About This Deal

  • Admission includes a tour of all three historic cabins, an oral history of the life of Master Weaver Lou Tate, and the story of writing the Happy Birthday to You song.
  • What to wear: closed-toe shoes

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Promotional value expires 120 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Little Loomhouse

Visitors might be surprised that The Little Loomhouse consists of, in fact, three houses. The wooden cabins were constructed between 1870 and 1896 and are preserved to present the story of their inhabitants as well as textile folk art.

  • The Buildings: The three cabins are named Esta Cabin, Tophouse, and Wisteria Cabin.
  • Permanent Mainstay: Esta Cabin features the history of the Loomhouse including the first performance of the song Happy Birthday to You, and highlights display of weaving crafts.
  • Famous Visitors: While visiting in the 1940s, the First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt purchased woven mats that were used in the White House. In 1948, the architect Frank Lloyd Wright visited The Little Loomhouse and praised both the cabins and the natural setting of the surrounding area.