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The National Historic Landmark, Liberty Hall, is an old residential home, built by the statesman John Brown in 1796. It was primarily made of brick that was cooked on site from the clay that was dug from the cellar. It was finished completely in 1804.

The Liberty Hall is a part of a four acre lot owned by Brown. It has other structures, including a smokehouse, carriage house, the detached kitchen and laundry, some stables, as well as slave quarters.

Like most of the estates of prominent figures from the older generations, the Liberty Hall is now a historic house museum offering tours and historical information about the area and the lives of the people who lived in it. It is also a National Historic Landmark as of 1971.
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City: Frankfort
County: Franklin
Address: 202 Wilkinson Street
Zip: 40601
Phone Number: 502-227-2560
Category: Historical Landmark
Website: Liberty Hall
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