Farmington is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit 19th century home and former hemp plantation. The historic home, completed in 1816, is located on 18 acres in the heart of Jefferson County. Farmington provides the community with a fun, family-friendly environment to learn about Louisville’s rich history and life on a 19th century farm through preservation, exhibitions and education.  

Upcoming Farmington Events 2019

AFLOAT: “Work Along the River Jordan”

June 13th Dr. David Kennedy of University of Louisville

6:30pm Free and Ticketless event.

Evening in the Garden

June 18th Farmington’s annual fundraiser with seated dinner, live auction and more. 6-10pm

For tickets, follow this link. >>> Tickets

For sponsorship information >>> Sponsorship

To sponsor, contact Kathy Nichols at

National Hemp Week

June 6th 10am-6pm

Hemp Dinner

July 11th Enjoy delicious hemp dishes, drinks, and entertainment at this unique fundraising event. This year we honor the descendants of David and Martha Spencer, both enslaved at Farmington.


October 11th

Harvest Festival

October 13th

Fire In the Field: A Farmington Bonfire Night

November 9th