The Louisville Miniature Club during the month of February has a special exhibit of their projects for the public to view at Louisville's historic Locust Grove Museum.
Worlds in miniature...the Louisville Miniature Club, which oversaw the restoration of the Locust Grove dollhouse, will display about twenty-five dollhouses and period rooms collected and created by their talented members. Stop by the Visitors’ Center during regular operating hours to marvel at the intricacy and skill evident in these charming miniaturescenes. Plans include display of two rarely seen large dollhouses on loan from the Filson Historical Society recreating structures from early Louisville.
Cost for the exhibit is the $3 gallery admission price, or included in the regular site tour. Free for Friends of Locust Grove.
The Locust Grove Dollhouse, made in the 1970s and showing the original restoration, is on display in the Visitor Center's Samuel W. Thomas Gallery. More details here.