Our Sponsors & Community Partners
We value our sponsors and community partners. Support provided by corporations, and our alliance partners allows for developing programs, projects, and outreach initiatives at The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum. Scroll down to learn more about our sponsors and community partners.
To become a Sponsor, contact Chris Church, Executive Director of The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum at firstname.lastname@example.org
Louisville Historic Tours
Louisville Historic Tours has guided over 50,000 visitors through the Old Louisville Neighborhood since 2004. LHT offers Architectural Walking Tours, Ghost Tours, and Much More! LHT has been featured in The New York Times, USA Today, and The Louisville Courier-Journal.
Louisville Historic Tours is an official sponsor of The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum, and it is through their generous support that we are able to expand our annual programming and engage with more visitors in telling the history of Louisville's Gilded Age
Fund for the Arts
Founded in 1949, Fund for the Arts supports, promotes, develops arts, artists, and arts organizations to help create a healthy and vibrant community for all. Each year, Fund for the Arts sponsors and works with multiple nonprofits, CCHM included, to present the Cultural Pass program which is offered every summer in Louisville.
CLLB Law Firm
Church, Langdon, Lopp, & Banet Law is a full-service law firm located in New Albany, Indiana. The firm represents Indiana and Kentucky Clients and offers Family Law, Criminal Defense, Estate & Elder Law, & Personal Injury Law Services to name a few.
Louisville Tea Company
Louisville Tea Company opened its doors in 2012 and quickly established itself as Louisville's go-to loose leaf tea shop. Throughout the year, The Louisville Tea Company sponsors Afternoon Tea Events at CCHM throughout the year, with the Holiday Victorian Tea being the largest event.
Yew Dell Botanical Gardens
Yew Dell Botanical Gardens is a nationally-recognized center of gardening, sustainable horticulture and preservation that offers extensive display gardens, a diverse slate of education programs, etc. Since 2022, CCHM and Yew Dell Botanical gardens have collaborated on the Indoor Victorian Garden Exhibit presented at CCHM. It is through Yew Dell's sponsorship and horticultural knowledge that this event is a gardener's dream!
Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is proud to partner with The Second Street Neighborhood Association each year for their annual Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour.
On the second weekend of June each year, Louisville offers glimpses into one of its best-kept secrets. The Old Louisville Hidden Treasures Garden Tour welcomes garden lovers into the private green spaces of the nation’s largest Victorian residential neighborhood. Ticket sales from this annual event benefit both The Second Street Neighborhood Association and The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum.
Kentucky Historical Society
The Kentucky Historical Society was formed in 1836 by a group of prominent Kentuckians intent on preserving the history of the Commonwealth.
In 2019, The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum was the proud recipient of the Thomas D. Clark of Excellence for our outstanding achievements throughout the 2019 fiscal year.
Most recently, The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum was the recipient of the Local History Trust Fund Grant presented by KHS for our "Hidden in Plain Sight" exhibit which will focus on the lives of the domestic servants who worked for both the Conrad and Caldwell families.
St. James Court Art Show
St. James Court Art Show was founded on October 12th, 1957 by St. James Court Association president, Malcolm Bird. The Art Show started simply enough and what originally began as a way to pay for maintenance of the court has become an autumn tradition that draws hundreds of thousands of visitors to see (and purchase) original art from talented artists.
Each year, The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum opens its doors to those hundreds of thousands of visitors offering self-guided tours of the museum and in 2023, CCHM is partnering with the St. James Court Art Show by selling vintage Art Show Prints and Posters from the vault of the St. James Court Art Show!