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|Description:||In the midst of Lexington's historic antebellum Gratz Park, the Hunt-Morgan House stands as a reminder of early 19th century life, when Lexington was known as The Athens of the West.
The museum's collection of early Kentucky furniture, antique porcelain and 19th century paintings captures the elegance of the Hunt and Morgan families. The rooms are furnished with articles of the period as well as those owned by the family. The Alexander T. Hunt Civil War Museum, located on the second floor of the Hunt-Morgan House, features an extensive collection of Civil War relics and memorabilia.
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|Address 1:||201 N. Mill Street|
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|Hours:||The House is open for guided tours Wednesday through Sunday from mid-April through mid-December. Guided tours begin on the hour and generally last 45 minutes.|
|Admission:||Admission is $7 for adults and $5 for students, with discounts available for senior citizens, AAA members and special groups.|
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