Waveland State Historic Site225 Waveland Museum Lane, Lexington
Tel: +1 859-272-3611
5.0 Stars written by Shifu Careaga
A very good place nearly destroyed by UK. Now restored.
It is also haunted by the missus. She greets you at the door. Seems jovial enough.
4.0 Stars written by Robert Crawley
Historical house tours are not really my thing, but the guide was very informative and it was interesting.
5.0 Stars written by David Hicks
Must visit secret of Lexington. Historical house on beautiful grounds. Great tour of this home is dirt cheap. The learning garden is new and sure to grow. Check the website for the schedule of events - movies shown outside on the barn a few times a year. They show classics like Singing in the Rain, Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and The Birds toward October. Playground equipment for the kids also. Daily Tea is a huge hit.
5.0 Stars written by Monty Reed
Just an awesome place to visit, lots of history. Quiet place to walk around. Highly recommend to visit
5.0 Stars written by Robert Srodulski
We went for the annual art fair. What a pleasant surprise! Plenty of parking, ample number of arts & craft booths, wonderful outdoor landscaping, free wine tasting. Only downer was one food vendor and a kettle corn booth.