Spalding Hall is a large, five-story, Federal-style brick building erected in 1826 as part of the former St. Joseph's College. It was used as a hospital during the Civil War. Now a museum, Spalding Hall includes a room featuring Civil War artifacts and memorabilia. The museum guide can provide information on Bardstown's role in the Civil War.
Auburn, Kentucky | Visitors to this museum can view over 40 exhibits, the largest collection of Southern Shaker furniture in the world, and catch a glimpse of the rich heritage and ingenuity of the people called "Shakers".
Franklin, Kentucky | Confederate prisoners, or Union officers, or maybe both, executed drawings (thought to be in charcoal) on plaster walls in a second-story room of this circa 1835 brick house, which is now a museum.