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Whitehall House & Gardens [KY]

The Whitehall Mansion had its beginnings in the mid 19th century as a modest two story brick house. In 1909, when successful horseman and entrepreneur John Middleton bought the home, the home was converted into the impressive Greek Revival style mansion that stands today. Today the home stands as a historic house museum and is a popular venue for weddings and other special occasions.

The house offers guided and self-guided tours. The website offers a history of the home as well as visitor information.