Public Tours: Monday - Saturday at 11:30am and 1:30pm
Guided tours start at Liberty Hall, 218 Wilkinson St. at 11:30 a.m. & 1:30 p.m.
Monday through Saturday, and last about an hour.
$15 Specialty Tours (Seasonal, please check for availability).
$10 Guided Tour Admission Ages 13 and Over
$5 Ages 6-12
Free for children 5 and under.
Tickets must be pre-purchased. Purchase tickets.
Museums for All participants must show proof of valid ID and SNAP benefits card. *Museums for All admission is valid for up to four people per SNAP benefit card.*
Tours will be closed on the following dates for the Holiday Season: December 22nd 2023 - January 1st 2024
Holiday Gift Wrapping
Wednesdays to Fridays in December**
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Orlando Brown House
Need some help wrapping your holiday gifts?
You can drop off your gifts to the Orlando Brown House, and our skilled staff will wrap them in beautiful, historically inspired paper and ribbons. This gift-wrapping fundraiser is donation-based, so give what you can!
(*Wednesday Dec 6th - Friday Dec 22nd* - No Appointment Necessary!)
Saturday, December 16th - Orlando Brown House, 2pm-4pm - SOLD OUT
As part of Liberty Hall-idays, join us in the historic Orlando Brown House parlor for an afternoon tea.
Tickets $30 - includes a variety of hot teas and full lunch courtesy of Terri's Catering.
While you're here, make sure to check our museum store for unique and custom made holiday gifts.
Saturday, December 16th 6pm-8pm
Tickets $40 - includes the concert, light fare, and specialty cocktails.
As part of Liberty Hall-idays, we welcome you to join us in an evening of traditional Celtic music performed by na Skylark. They use traditional story telling between songs to share how Irish music influenced the music of Appalachia and Bluegrass.na Skylark, which loosely means “the Skylarks” in Irish, is a Central-Kentucky-based trio that shares the rich beauty of ancient traditional Celtic music through voice, Irish harp, Irish uilleann pipes, fiddle, Irish whistles, flutes, bodhran, and a little Appalachian mountain dulcimer for good measure. Wherever this little trio goes, na Skylark charms and moves audiences in a big way. The group’s “Old Ceol” recording was named one of the best new recordings of 2017 by the Celtic Connec- tions radio show. na Skylark can also be heard on various Celtic and folk podcasts, and in live venues and festivals around the Eastern half of the U.S.
*Only 50 tickets will be sold.* Registration and advanced payment required.