Historic Homes & Buildings
Historic Homes and Buildings
The historic Holt Mansion
located six miles on KY 144 from U.S. 60 was the birthplace and home of Joseph Holt. He was a famous attorney, served as secretary of state, postmaster general under President James Buchanan. He was appointed
The tombstone of American patriot and friend of President Lincoln. Holt presided at the trial of the conspirators involved in the assassination of President Lincoln
410 E Houston St (404.48 mi)
Cloverport, Kentucky 40111
Contains historical pictures and artifacts of Cloverport. Open to the public, free of charge. Located on 415 E. Houston St. at the railroad tracks. Hours: Sunday 2 to 4 p.m. April to October
The restored depot/museum located at 243 N. First St. contains railroad and historical photographs of the community. The building served as a freight and passenger station for the community. It is open the first Sunday of each month 2 to 4 p.m. ET.
270-756-2347 or 270-756-2867
Through the generosity of the Breckinridge County Fiscal Court, the Breckinridge County Historical Society reopened its museum in the historic Taylor House in Hardinsburg. Located at 108 E. Third St. , the building houses an important collection of historical memorabilia and artifacts from the counties history. The museum is the home and meeting place of the Breckinridge County Historical Society. The building is open April-December 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.on Saturdays. The building can be opened on request.