EACH LAYER REVEALS A UNIQUE CHAPTER IN FKH HISTORY
From a simple one room cabin, a story began whose end we will all write together. The Friends of Farnsley-Kaufman are working to bring to life this once working farm where area kids now attend middle school. Let's dig in together and see what we find!
The Farnsley-Kaufman House belongs to the community. Watch this page for upcoming play dates.
The ongoing restoration of The Farnsley-Kaufman House is supported by a combination of grants and private donations.
A passionate Board of Directors and committed volunteers make the FKH vision attainable.
The Friends of The Farnsley-Kaufman House Board of Directors are an all volunteer board who generously give of their time and energy in their efforts to preserve, restore, and promote the Farnsley-Kaufman House and grounds. Many board members have served for many years. First, the house had to be saved from being torn down so that such an important part of southwest Louisville's history would be preserved for the current and future generations to engage. Since then, a great deal of work has been done to make the structure safe and to prepare for an eventual re-opening to the public as a living museum.
The Friends of The Farnsely-Kaufman House invite everyone of all ages to help us dig into our unique history so that the house and grounds can tell their story. After all, in many ways, its story is your story. If you are in a position to make a charitable financial contribution, you can easily do so using the PayPal Donate button below.
The Farnsley-Kaufman House is located at the intersection of Cane Run Road. Lee's Lane, and Rockford Lane on the campus of Farnsley Middle School. The house is not yet regularly open to the public except for scheduled events. We are happy to arrange private tours.