1815 Felts Log House
To book a field trip e-mail Christy Spurlock or call 270.745.6082.
This early nineteenth century log house built in Logan County, KY is a classic example of traditional Kentucky architecture.
The dog-trot floor plan and poplar, oak, and walnut construction are typical of the architecture of the region. Reproduction
furniture, equipment, tools and clothing inside the Felts House accurately represent an upper income South Central Kentucky
family home of 1815.
|Field Trip Worksheets||Fast Felts Facts|
|Kid's Stuff 1||Log House Characteristics|
|Kid's Stuff 2||Log House Vocabulary|
Inside the Felts House above is the hearth room and below is a photo of the "best room".
Come join the fun on a tour of the Felts Log House.
Dress like an early Kentucky settler and watch cooking on the hearth. Learn about school and
try the toys children used during 1815.