Map & Directions

Liberty Hall Historic Site is located at 202 Wilkinson Street (Orlando Brown House and offices) and 218 Wilkinson Street (Liberty Hall), between Main and Wapping Streets in downtown Frankfort. LHHS is easily accessible from Interstate 64 via exits 53B and 58.
 

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Directions

From Louisville/Shelbyville, take Interstate 64 east to exit 53B (US Hwy 127).  Proceed north on US Hwy 127 (East-West Connector) for about 6 miles until you cross the Kentucky River bridge into downtown Frankfort.  After crossing the bridge take the first right onto Wilkinson Street and get in the left-hand lane. Cross Broadway at an all-way stop and proceed to the next stop sign, which is in front of Liberty Hall.


From Lexington take Interstate 64 west to exit 53B (US Hwy 60). Turn right off the exit ramp to travel west on 60 (also known as Versailles Rd.) until you reach the intersection with US Hwy 421. Continue straight on 421 for about 2 miles, when it becomes Wilkinson St. in downtown Frankfort.  Cross Broadway at an all-way stop and proceed to the next stop sign, which is in front of Liberty Hall.    

 

Park for Free

Free on-street parking is available on Wilkinson Street along the front of the site.  There are also spaces adjacent to the houses on Main and Wapping Streets. 

Take the Trolley

The Frankfort Trolley stops in front of Liberty Hall Historic Site at least once each hour between the hours of 10 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday-Saturday from April-October. The trolley is a free service connecting many sites of cultural and historical interest in downtown Frankfort. For more information, visit the Frankfort Transit Department.

 

Visit the Neighborhood

Liberty Hall Historic Site is a short walk from the shops, restaurants, and other attractions of downtown Frankfort. Nearby historical attractions include the Kentucky History Center and Museums and the Capital City Museum, and the neighborhood also features diverse architectural styles and informative historical markers. Other Frankfort features—including the state capitol, Buffalo Trace Distillery, and the Salato Wildlife Education Center—are short drives away. For information, visit the Frankfort/Franklin County Tourist and Convention Commission

 

 

 


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