For special Christmas gifts without traffic hassles, visit our museum store. For ten days after Thanksgiving, you'll receive a 20% discount on all purchases. The museum store carries a wide array of books, toys, stationery, and Kentucky-made products. The museum store is open Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am to 4:30 pm, and on Sundays, 1:00 pm to 4:30 pm. Shop small on Small Business Saturday on Saturday, November 25 for 20% off everything in store and support Museum Store Sunday on Sunday, November 26 for 30% off logo items!
November 21 - 27 —Bourbon-related items start at 30% off
November 28 - December 4 —Books 30% off or better
December 5 - December 11 —Jewelry 30% off or better
December 12 - December 23 —All seasonal items 30% off or better
A selection of gift-quality books in all categories for sale in the Auditorium. Buy cookbooks, vintage children's literature, decorating and design, or special interest history books for the people in your life, and know that your purchase benefits Locust Grove. A special selection of remainders selected by the former Hawley-Cooke remainders buyer. Admission is included in the admission price for Christmastide on Saturday, Dec. 2, from 12:00 to 7:00 pm ($6 adults; $3 children); book sale free on Sunday, Dec. 3, from 11:00 to 4:30 pm.
Join the Croghan family at home as they celebrate the holiday season and the return of family and friends! Locust Grove's First Person Interpreters recreate an 1816 family holiday party in the historic home that will include music and dancing. Stop into the hearth kitchen to see preparations for a festive meal. In the Visitors' Center, historic artisans will demonstrate their trades, give hands-on experiences, and sell their wares for a unique holiday shopping experience. Children's activities will also be offered. Includes a sale of select books from Locust Grove's famous book sale - perfect for gift giving. Refreshments available. Admission: $6 adults, $3 children, free under 6. Free for members of the Friends of Locust Grove.
Dave Phipps, Leatherworker
Doug Rousch, Penman
Ewe and Me
Hellringer and Kurtz Kaffee Haus
(Hot beverages, snacks, and loose coffee and tea)
Hen House Forge
J. Henderson Artifacts
R. McKinney, 1777
(Sculpted Wax Portaits)
Simple Soap Works