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The Historically Bold Tour of Perryville will include education on the importance of preserving historic properties. A vignette performed at each stop will place you right in the moment of time most true to the history of the properties, and the tour will be finalized with light refreshments aligned with the experience.

This guided tour will cover Merchant’s Row of historic Perryville, all the way to the Battlefield site itself. The tour begins at the 1855 Karrick-Parks House down historic Merchant’s Row to the Johnson Britton House built in 1845. A wagon ride (Saturday only) will leave the Johnson Britton house and take you out to the HP Bottom House still standing since 1820.

Parking and Accessibility: Parking will be available at the Johnson Britton House, 212 South Buell Street, Perryville.
Please note that this is a walking tour for which parts will take place outdoors. Some buildings and facilities are not handicap accessible. This is a guided tour and not an open house so please arrive 15-20 minutes early. Light refreshments will be provided at the conclusion of the tour.

Tickets: $25/person. Must be purchased in advance. Please contact Vicki Goode, (859) 332-1862.

Event Days/Times
May 18th Tour begins at 6pm
May 19th Tour begins at 5pm

Preservation Kentucky’s Tour120 is an exciting new statewide heritage tourism program designed to raise awareness of the importance of historic preservation and heritage tourism to Kentucky’s communities. The year-long program launches on Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19, 2019 during National Historic Preservation Month, with tours of historic buildings on the same days throughout the state to make a large impact on the public and provide a cohesive branding and promotional opportunity for the sites that participate. The goals are to showcase Kentucky’s diverse historic architecture, increase visitors to historic sites, spark interest in all age groups and get folks out into their own and neighboring communities to explore the built environment that tells our Kentucky story.