Tour120 – May 18-19, Showcases KY’s Historic Architecture
Preservation Kentucky’s Tour120 is an exciting new statewide heritage tourism program designed to raise awareness of the importance of historic preservation to Kentucky’s communities, and raise funds to help the nonprofits that preserve, manage and showcase them. The program launches on Saturday-Sunday, May 18-19, 2019, during National Historic Preservation Month, with tours of historic buildings —some not typically open to the public— on the same days throughout the state to make a large impact on the public and provide a cohesive branding and promotional opportunity for the sites that participate.
Thank You to Our Generous Sponsors!
Thank you to our generous sponsors, Louisville Water Company and JRA Architects, for supporting this important heritage tourism program and hosting two Tour120 site, Louisville’s historic Crescent Hill Reservoir Gatehouse, which recently underwent extensive restoration led by project architects, JRA Architects, and Water Tower WaterWorks Museum, the oldest ornamental water tower in the world.