Become a Volunteer!
Volunteers are an integral part of Farmington’s day-to-day operations. Our Volunteers share a common goal: preservation through education.
To learn more about volunteering at Farmington, click on the links below or contact us at (502) 452-9920 or FarmingtonDirector@historichomes.org.
Get Involved with Farmington
Farmington welcomes hands-on as well as management skills at both the garden and farm levels. Liaison with farm organizations is a great way to connect with the agricultural industry on a small scale.
Donate to Farmington
While there are many ways to pursue an interest in Kentucky history, only Farmington offers an intimate view of a hemp plantation that played a key role in Lincoln’s decision to abolish slavery. By volunteering, supporting, or even working at Farmington you can help preserve the site and bring forward a key period of American history. Students, professionals, and retirees are welcome. Families of all sizes, shapes, and colors can visit the Speed family’s plantation: in person, virtually, and over time. Click here to view levels of support and activities:
3033 Bardstown Road
Tuesday - All tours must be pre-booked online
Wednesday - 10 am - 2 pm
Thursday - 10 am - 2 pm
Friday - 10 am - 2 pm
Saturday - 11 am - 1 pm
Tours begin promptly on the hour