Summer Suppers

For a third year, we’re excited to offer exclusive experiences at historic sites across Kentucky. This year we will offer three Summer Suppers at Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing in Louisville, Lynwood Estate in Richmond, and at Castle & Key Distillery in Frankfort. To learn more and purchase tickets please select the Suppers below.

Tickets for 2023 Suppers go on sale June 1, 2023 at 8:00am

We are fortunate to have Spark Community Cafe and James Beard nominated chef Isaiah Screech as our collaborator for a third year for our Suppers. Spark Community Cafe boasts a simple mission: to provide farm-to-table meals to all guests, regardless of their ability to pay. Chef Screech and the Cafe staff are a wonderful addition to our Summer Suppers and they ensure a scrumptious dining experience. Your ticket purchase goes to support our mission to preserve, promote and protect the historic places of the Commonwealth, supports our collaborative historic sites, and supports Spark Community Cafe’s mission to combat food insecurity. – Thank you

This elegant summer supper will be held on the grounds of the historic Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing. Standing atop a gentle rise overlooking the Ohio River, the

Farnsley-Moremen House was built in 1837 and is the centerpiece of a 300-acre historic site that stands as a testament to the important role agriculture along the river played in the development of our country. Learn more about Riverside, the Farnsley-Moremen Landing and its important history.

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This elegant Summer Supper will be held on the grounds of the historic Lynwood Estate. Built in 1880 as a wedding gift by Pattie A. F. Clay for her Husband Brutus, the house was purchased in 2016 by Bryan and Melissa Tipton who have meticulously renovated the grand estate. Learn more about the Lynwood Estate and its famed past owners.

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This elegant summer supper will be held on the grounds of the historic Castle & Key Distillery. Construction began in 1887 for a new kind of Distillery. Col E.H. Taylor set out to establish an experiential distillery inspired by Eurpoean architecture and intended to be a showplace. Prohibition closed the distillery in the 1920s and it transfered many times before being abandonded. In 2012 Mr. Will Arvin began a process to restore the campus to its former grandure and a decade later we can now experience a glimmer of what Col. Taylor had intended. Learn more about Castle & Key Distillery and the timeline of its great history.

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