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On the FLW Foundation "Public Sites" webpage, it indicates that "guided tours are available by appointment only" for $4.00/pp. Several other websites that have information on this home mention that it is a private residence and that tours are not available.
I will be in Kentucky this summer, and was wondering if anyone out there has recent knowledge about whether tours of the home's interior are or are not still being offered.
Thanks in advance for any current info you can provide.
The current owners are also involved in a legal fight with the previous owners over a set of stained glass french doors that were removed from the house when they moved out.
The house is in very good condition, but has been altered in the rear from the original design.
While you're in the area be sure and visit the Woodford Reserve distillery, it's just right down the road.