Tour120: Brennan House

Join Vital Sites on May 18 and 19 when we open the 1868 Ronald-Brennan House for tours to represent
#Tour120 for Jefferson County! Follow our Facebook event page for more details.

The Brennan House celebrated its 150th birthday last year! Join in the festivities when the house is open to the public for tours the weekend of May 18-19 ONLY (10 am to 3 pm each day). Explore this Victorian beauty and step back into time this spring. Proceeds from ticket sales ($10/person) and any donations will go towards the Brennan House Revitalization Fund. Located at 631 S. 5th St., Louisville, KY 40202.

Special Appearances by:

Tom Owen
Archivist for Regional History
University of Louisville Special Collections
“A Day in the Life of The Brennans”
Saturday at 1pm

Hannah Stoppel
Historical Costume Designer & Interpreter
Fabric & Fiction Blogger
1870s Dressing Demo & Fashion History
Sunday at 1pm

Tickets can be purchased through Eventbrite.
Cash/check also accepted at the door.

Preservation Kentucky‘s #Tour120 is an exciting new statewide event designed to raise awareness of the importance of historic preservation to Kentucky’s communities, and raise funds to help the nonprofits that preserve, manage and showcase them. To be held on Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19, 2019 during National Historic Preservation Month, #Tour120 will feature tours of historic commercial, residential, and public buildings on the same days throughout the state to make a large impact on the public and provide a cohesive branding, advertising and promotional opportunity for the host committees that participate.
Find out more and see the full list of sites here: