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Sundays
10/9 am
on KET

Saturdays
5:30/4:30 pm
on KET2

Farmington Historic Home

One home in Louisville has a particularly strong connection to African-American history. Farmington, on Bardstown Road, is Louisville’s oldest historic house museum. Formerly a hemp and tobacco plantation built and worked by slaves, it also has a historic connection to a famous visitor who would play a crucial part in abolishing slavery: Abraham Lincoln.

You can tour Farmington Tuesday through Saturday.

Program 114
TV trivia answer man David Inman, historic Farmington, local rock schools, and Rev. Dr. Kevin W. Cosby of St. Stephen Church. (#114)