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Welcome to Louisville's #1 Victorian House Museum 

The Conrad-Caldwell House symbolizes the spirit and Victorian grandeur of Louisville's Progressive Era. Constructed in 1895 by Louisville architect, Arthur Loomis, this Richardsonian Romanesque castle stands as an ornament to the city of Louisville, a distinguishing marker in one of America's largest concentrations of Victorian homes and is a site of cultural and architectural significance to the city of Louisville. 

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VISIT US DURING GENERAL OPERATING HOURS

1402 St. James Court (corner of Magnolia Avenue & St. James Court)

Wednesday-Sunday

Guided Tours at 11am & 3pm

Self-Guided Tours from 12pm to 2:30pm*

*Last Entry Into Museum for Self-Guided Tours is at 2:30pm.

General Note: Public Tours are subject to change. Please check TOURS Page(s) for updates on closures or adjusted hours. 

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