Located within a days drive from half of the US, this nationally protected farm and historic manor was once part of a 25,000 acre land grant from President George Washington to General Isaac Shelby following the Revolutionary War. Isaac Shelby was instrumental in forming the state of Kentucky from the state of Virginia, was a signer on the Kentucky Constitution, and later became Governor Shelby, the 1st and 5th Governor of Kentucky.READ MORE
Few occasions are celebrated are joyfully and as elegantly as a wedding at Historic Arcadia Farm. A wedding day at Historic Arcadia Farm is truly like a fairytale. Every view is breathtaking, every picture is perfect, and every guest is treated like family. Every moment is magical.
Our Farm provides limitless opportunities to create a fairytale.READ MORE
Whether a day trip to tour the manor or hike the farm, a weekend getaway along the Bourbon Trail or touring Kentucky’s horse country, a week vacation to just enjoy the serenity of nature and escape, or that very special life event, make Historic Arcadia Farm the perfect destination for you and your family.
Our on-site hospitality staff can assist you in planning the perfect adventure, detailed itinerary, and comfortable accommodations making a visit to Historic Arcadia Farm a memorable experience.Contact Us
This farm was once part of a 25,000 acre land grant given to Isaac Shelby by President George Washington following the Revolutionary War ...
There is a small medicine room with running water and a sink. Adjacent to the foaling barn there are 5 turn out paddocks, a round ring, and a run ...