Conrad-Caldwell House Museum

Urban Attractions

Conrad-Caldwell House Museum
Finest example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture in Louisville, built in 1893 on St. James Court in the Old Louisville neighborhood, which features the largest collection of Victorian homes in the U.S.

“Conrad’s Castle” featured all the latest innovations of its day, including interior plumbing and electric lighting. This massive Bedford, Indiana limestone home, is covered with gargoyles, archways, and elaborate stone designs. The interior features beautiful woodwork, parquet floors and magnificent stained glass windows, making it one of the most stunning homes in Old Louisville.

The museum’s interior is decorated in the Edwardian Age style, housing a massive collection of period items including many original pieces while showing-off the abundant lifestyles of the prominent businessmen and entrepreneurs who once lived in the neighborhood.

The only home in Old Louisville open for tours.

1.5 miles south of downtown Louisville.

Museum is open for tours.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday & Sunday
1 & 3 PM
11 AM, 1 & 3 PM
Twilight Tours
April – September every 3rd Thursday
5 PM & 7 PM
$10, seniors $7, students $5