Step back in time by touring Old Louisville’s Victorian mansions

We got a sneak peek at Century Court on 3rd St.

Old Louisville is a registered historic district that is known to have the largest preservation of Victorian architecture in the U.S. It also has the highest concentration of homes with stained glass windows in the country. Truly, Louisville mansions are of a special quality.

The public can tour select homes in Old Louisville from April until October. Pick a day from spring to fall any day from Tuesday through Saturday at 1:30 p.m.

But bring your walking shoes! The whole tour takes about 75. But it’s worth it!.

Guests can see a variety of styles of Victorian homes like Beaux Arts, Chateauesque, Italianate, Neoclassical and Queen Anne just to name a few.

Tours are $20 per person. or $5 for students and free for children 5 and under. There’s also a combination Walking Tour and Conrad-Caldwell House Museum Ticket offered at $24 and $22 for seniors.

The tours include a complimentary bourbon tasting by Evan Williams.

You can get tickets for the tours here.