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John Wesley Hunt, the first millionaire west of the Appalachians, built this Federal-style house in Lexington's Gratz Park district in the early 1800s. His grandson, John Hunt Morgan was a Confederate cavalry officer. Family furniture decorates the house, which also has a small Civil War museum.
A very sparsely furnished period house ("We have much more but this is what's on display."). Much of what is shown is not original, merely from the period and taken from elsewhere. Only parts of the house are available to be seen. At seven dollars for a 40 minute walk around a few rooms, this was a waste. There are...
Went on a cold dreary day to visit this house. The architecture is amazing. And its unbelievable the glass by the front doors is still intact. The tour guide was very knowledgable about the house and about the 1800s era (cherry furniture was considered "common" back then!). Loved the beautiful staircase and the small museum. The garden out back was...
Since 1994, Hunt Morgan House has been providing Museum from Lexington.
Built by Kentucky's first millionaire, this Federal-style brick home dates to 1814 and has sheltered members of one of the state's most prominent families, including a Confederate general and Nobel Prize winner. The structure itself boasts refined details, including a gracious entryway and a three-story, spiral staircase. Interiors have been restored with period furnishings and hark back to...
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