Louisville Landmarks and Monuments

(Louisville, Kentucky - KY, USA)

Louisville is bursting with impressive homes and mansions, landmarks and monuments, and memorials and statues. The city of Louisville boasts the third largest National Preservation District in the US and the largest Victorian district in America.

With these impressive credentials, it is of no surprise that visitors flock here to see Louisville's extremely historic landmarks and monuments.

Thomas Edison House

Address: 729-31 East. Washington Street, Louisville, Kentucky KY, 40202-1050, USA
Tel: +1 502 585 5247
Built in the 1850s, the home of Thomas Edison in Louisville has become a wonderful shrine to his amazing inventions and contributions to science. Electric lighting systems, recorded music and motion pictures are just some of Edison's discoveries, while he also made significant improvements to the telegraph and telephone. This historic home allows visitors to enjoy unique artifacts commemorating his life and achievements.
Open hours: Tuesday to Saturday - 10:00 to 14:00
Admission: charge, discounts for seniors and children, children under five free

Louisville Courthouse

Address: Jefferson Street, Louisville, Kentucky KY, USA
The Louisville Courthouse is one of the city's most striking landmarks and dates back to the mid-19th century. Rebuilt in the early 1900s after the building was badly damaged by fire, the Louisville Courthouse features classical architecture, Greek-style columns, stone statues and many well-preserved period features.
Open hours: Monday to Friday - 10:00 to 17:00
Admission: free

Little Loomhouse

Address: 328 Kenwood Hill Road, Louisville, Kentucky KY, 40214-3562, USA
Tel: +1 502 367 4792
Little Loomhouse is a collection of historic board-and-batten log cabins that will interest anyone who is concerned with the city's architecture. With the local craft of weaving stretching back 200 years, displays on the history of weaving in Louisville and Kentucky allow visitors a greater understanding of the role it has played in the development of the area.
Open hours: Tuesday to Thursday - 09:30 to 15:30
Admission: charge, children under three free

Brennan House Historic Home

Address: 631 South Fifth Street, Louisville, Kentucky KY, 40202-2201, USA
Tel: +1 502 540 5145
A fine example of a Victorian home, this downtown mansion was added to Louisville's National Register of Historic Places in 1978 and gives visitors a fascinating insight into Victorian life. Decorated with original furnishings, the authentic building is open for the public to enjoy. Built in 1868 by Irishman Thomas Brennan, a north wing was later added to the house for use as a doctor's surgery.
Open hours: tours, Tuesday to Friday - 13:00 to 16:00
Admission: free


Address: 500 White Hall Shrine Road, Louisville, Kentucky KY, 40206-3002 USA
Tel: +1 606 623 9178
An antebellum-style mansion dating from 1855, this glorious home is as ornate from the outside as it is in the interior. Made of red brick with a grand white-column entrance, Louisville's Whitehall State Historic Site will appeal to visitors with an interest in interior design.
Open hours: daily - 09:00 to 17:00, seasonal variations apply
Admission: charge