1852 Hall Place is located near historic downtown Glasgow . Take a step back in time; this pre-civil war home was visited by Abraham Lincoln who studied under Judge Tompkins who built the home for Theodosia Tompkins Hall and Dr . James Hall . The home was built by slaves who handcrafted each brick on site creating 16 inch walls, 6 fireplaces, and high ceilings . The Underground Railroad used a cave under the library room to move out of Glasgow to freedom . Hall Place is on the National Registry of Historic Places . Relax in the parlor, library, or billiards/game room . There are four themed rooms ALL HAVE PRIVATE BATHS, cable tv, DVD, wireless internet, and full breakfast in the morning . We are near Mammoth Cave National Park, National Corvette Museum, Barren River Lake State Park, Lincoln's birthplace, and other caves with tours .
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