Meadows in the Bloom

A fun, discovery filled tour about the traditions of the Easter holiday in Victorian America. A great experience for the whole family! Don't miss, "Meadow's in the Bloom" this March and April!

This spring our special Victorian Easter tour, "Meadows in the Bloom" will showcase all of the fun and unusual Easter customs of the 19th century! See the historic mansion "My Old Kentucky Home" decorated for the Easter holiday! On display in the mansion's parlor is our birch Easter tree with hand decorated eggs! Learn the amazing process of how eggs were painted in the Victorian Era. See what are considered today to be highly odd, even weird, Easter greeting cards, and see a nearly 200 year old Easter cross made of wax flowers and hand detailed greenery made by one of the original owners of My Old Kentucky Home. The mansion's dining room will be decorated for an Easter dinner, with fine china, silver, flowers, and beautiful streamers in Easter colors.
Meadows in the Bloom tours begins on the hour, everyday, starting March 15 to April 15th. My Old Kentucky Home is located at 501 E. Stephen Foster Avenue, Bardstown, KY 40004. For more information, visit our website at or call 502-348-3502

March 15th – April 15th

9am-5pm (Last tour starts at 4pm)

Included with Regular Admission Prices

501 E. Stephen Foster Avenue,
Bardstown, KY 40004

Purchase tickets at the Visitor's Center. No need to purchase tickets in advance.
Meadows in the Bloom, Victorian Easter Traditions at My Old Kentucky Home