The New York Times recommended this in 2016, in their "36 Hours in Louisville" travel piece. In fact, it was the very first thing they recommended. We're glad you found the history of the homes interesting. If you were underwhelmed by the architecture, you're in an itsy-bitsy-teenie-weenie hard-to-please minority. There aren't many places in the U.S. where you find such a wide stylistic breadth of late 1800s and 1900s residences on display in such a compact area. Unlike our competitor/imitator daytime tour company, we do not focus on just the picturesque residential enclave of St. James Court and the environs. We start from the transitional edge of the neighborhood and take more time, working our way through several different parts of the historic district to give a broad overview of what the area is, has been, and will be. This is clearly stated in our tour description.