LaGrange, KY. is situated on the rolling hill of horse country, about 25 miles northeast of downtown Louisville. It is notorious for the freight train that rolls directly down the center of Main St., right next to the Oldham county seat. Thriving of the historic heritage the community strives to preserve the main street heritage experience of a nineteenth-century Kentucky town.
The Sauer building is a staple to the downtown LaGrange area, it is a remaining Victorian storefront, originally hosted the city’s opera house.
Starting in 2010 each year LaGrange host a Railroad and Antique Festival, including a model train swap and train rides. This fall festival hosts an Elvis celebration with a small connection of a shopkeeper dating an Elvis guitarist. Also celebrating musical shows, parties, and educational seminars.
The Oldham County Historical Society are restored Victorian mansions that display LaGrange history and artifacts that are vital to the development of LaGrange.
The Falling Rock park is a quarry, privately owned for both swimmers and divers alike. It is a 50-ft. Deep swimming hole open, perfect for summer visitors.
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