The Little Loomhouse is a place on the National Register of Historic Places in the Kenwood Hill neighborhood on the south side of Louisville, Kentucky. It consists of three cabins constructed between 1870 and 1896: Esta Cabin, Wisteria Cabin, and Top House Weaving Studio. It displays weavings, and has active education and resident artist programs.
The organization participates in several local festivals, giving demonstrations of spinning and weaving. It is one of the largest repository of original and classic textile patterns in the United States. Among the history of the cabins have been the visits of past First Lady of the United States and the creation of the song Happy Birthday to You.