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Cunningham Garden
Cunningham Garden
Sallie Cunningham Pusey established the Cunningham Garden as a memorial to her parents. Mrs. Pusey, with the creative help of Chance Hill, a noted Chicago landscape architect, constructed the garden. She maintained the garden until her death several years later. Currently, its attractive condition is due to the services of the Elizabethtown Garden Club.

The Cunningham Garden at the rear of the house is open to the public, except during private rentals. It is a popular wedding venue bringing many out-of-town guests to Hardin County. The lovely flowers, the terrace with its magnolia canopy and the wisteria covered pergola make this a little piece of paradise in the middle of Elizabethtown!

The Cunningham Garden is also home to "Tavern in the Garden" all summer, June - September, every Thursday evening. Enjoy free music and food and beverage are available for purchase.

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Vision Statement: The Brown-Pusey House will be the foremost place that fosters Community and furthers education and cultural development of the region.

Mission Statement: The Brown-Pusey House preserve the history and heritage of the house and our region and serves as the place to bring community together.
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