This gorgeous 1825 Georgian mansion is home to a genealogical library and Sally Cunningham Pusey’s garden. 270-765-2515.
- Description The Brown-Pusey House is a Georgian mansion built in 1825. This warm stately old home was for many years a hotel known as the Hill House. Among the guests were General George Armstrong Custer and his wife Elizabeth. The ballroom, parlor, dining room, and kitchen are used for weddings, receptions, parties and other public and private meetings. The ballroom will seat 65 with tables and chairs and 140 with only chairs. The adjacent garden is made available when the meeting room facilities are rented. 128 North Main Street, Elizabethtown 270-765-2515
- Reception Capacity 140
- Banquet Capacity 65
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