Civil War Exhibit
"A Horse Soldier"
Coming to Jefferson Davis State Historic Site, May 22-July 15, 2014
. The exhibit features rarely seen personal items of Confederate General John Hunt Morgan.
Jefferson Davis State Historic Site is a memorial to the famous Kentuckian born on this site on June 3, 1808. A 351-foot obelisk constructed on a foundation of solid Kentucky Limestone, marks the site, and an elevator to the top gives visitors a bird's eye view of the countryside.
Although Davis is most well-known for his service as President of the Confederacy during the Civil War, he was actually a reluctant secessionist. Davis distinguished himself as a military and political leader not only during the Civil War, but also as a West Point graduate, Mexican War hero, Mississippi congressman and senator, and Secretary of War during the Franklin Pierce administration.
Open all year.
April 3 - November 15
November 16 - March 31, open by appointment only.
* A 48 hour minimum notice is required for group visits on the scheduled closed days.
258 Pembroke-Fairview Rd.
U.S. Highway 68-80