Masonic Home Of Louisville

Louisville, KY

Masonic Communities’ 82-acre Louisville Campus was designed in 1927 by the renowned landscape architecture firm founded by Frederick Law Olmsted, who also directed the construction of Central Park in New York and the U.S. Capitol grounds. The Louisville site originally served widows and orphans of Kentucky Masons, but now offers an array of health services to the community as well.

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