The mission of Liberty Hall Historic Site is to serve the public by preserving collections and sharing stories that illustrate urban life in early Kentucky through the contributions of Senator John Brown and his family, and demonstrate the ways in which the people and customs of the past relate to the world today.
LHHS is owned and operated by The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in The Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Orlando Brown House at Liberty Hall Historic Site serves as the headquarters of The NSCDA-KY. The Site is governed by a 23-person board and a Museum Properties Committee that advises and aids in the interpretation, restoration, and maintenance of the Site. The Kentucky Society is a member of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America.
NSCDA-KY Vision for LHHS
Liberty Hall Historic Site will provide inspiring experiences through which lessons from the early history of Kentucky and the United States become part of contemporary dialogue.
The NSCDA-KY’s Core Values for its’ museum are:
- Public Engagement
- Creative, Genuine and Contextual Interpretation
- Respect and Understanding for All Who Came Before