LHHS features two historic homes built by Kentucky''s first senator, John Brown, and three acres of formal and informal gardens. Liberty Hall, a Georgian-style mansion, built in 1796 and the Orland Brown House, a Greek-Revival home built in 1835 for John''s son, are decorated with the Brown family furnishings, family portraits, and Paul Sawyier watercolors. Regular programs present demonstrations of life in early Kentucky including hearthside cooking, music and crafts; activities for children; lectures and seminars; special exhibits; and special events including teas in the Orlando Brown parlor. Tours of Liberty Hall are offered throughout the day and leave from the Orlando Brown House, , the gardens are open daily with free admission. Tour cost is $4.00 adults, $3.00 seniors 60+ and $1 for children 5-18. Guided tours are Tue-Sat 12pm, 1:30pm and 3pm. Group tours (10 or more) must be scheduled in advance.