|Old Fort Harrod State Park|
|Kentucky State Park|
The reconstructed fort at the center of Old Fort Harrod State Park
|Location||100 South College Street|
|- elevation||873 ft (266 m) |
|- coordinates||Coordinates: |
|Area||15 acres (6 ha)|
|Management||Kentucky Department of Parks|
|Website: Old Fort Harrod State Park|
Old Fort Harrod State Park is a park located in Harrodsburg, Kentucky in the United States. The park encompasses 15 acres (6.1 ha) and features a reconstruction of Fort Harrod, the first permanent American settlement in the state of Kentucky. The fort was named after James Harrod, who led an early party of settlers into Kentucky.
The reconstructed fort contains several log structures representing various aspects of military frontier life, including a militia blockhouse, a family blockhouse, several cabins demonstrating pioneer life, a blab school, the minister's cabin, and the leader's cabin.
The Mansion Museum is a Greek Revival home that contains American Civil War artifacts, a McIntosh gun collection, paintings, documents, music collections, Abraham Lincoln memorabilia and Native American artifacts.