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Enjoy Frankfort! A beautiful and unique small town. The Capital of Kentucky is centrally located 54 miles east of Louisville and 29 miles west of Lexington. Frankfort is..
Built on the falls of the Ohio River, Louisville offers all the action of a big city with the charm and friendliness of a small town. Louisville is home to the Kentucky Derby and..
Lexington, Horse Capital of the World, is a vibrant city nestled in the heart of Kentucky's famed scenic Bluegrass Region. Just minutes from the center of town are acres and acres of..
Spanning the western portion of Tennessee and southwest Kentucky, the lake is 296km (184 miles) long, has 3,830km (2,380 miles) of shoreline, and 160,300 surface acres of water at summer..
Follow the John Hunt Morgan Civil War Trail through Columbia and see the fascinating landmarks and cemeteries the city has to offer. Explore the city's quaint downtown for handmade..
Historic Downtown Georgetown is one of the most picturesque Victorian downtown areas in Kentucky. It is home to an impressive array of antique shops, unique boutiques, and restaurants and..
Located in southeastern Kentucky, Harlan is one of the oldest of Kentucky's 120 counties. In the midst of the Appalachian coalfields and the county seat of Harlan County, Harlan is known..
Welcome to Russellville, KY, the county seat of Logan County. Known as "Rogues' Harbour" and "Big Boiling Spring" to the early settlers, it has held the name of Russellville since 1798 in..
Owensboro is home to several unique attractions, such as the International Bluegrass Music Museum, the only international museum dedicated to preserving and showcasing the history..
Creativity flows in Paducah. Home to the National Quilt Museum of the United States, Paducah resembles a quilt in many ways - the vibrant city’s creativity, color and rhythmic patterns..
Ashland offers the ideal location to work and relax away from the rush of the big city. On the banks of the Ohio River surrounded by rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ashland..
Augusta is located in Bracken County, Kentucky, at the convergence of the Ohio River and Bracken Creek. Riverside Drive in Augusta offers an incredible long-range view of this picturesque..
Come sample our spirit in Bardstown, The Bourbon Capital of the World. You’ll find a Southern spirit that welcomes you to one of The Best Small Towns in America; a religious spirit..
Nestled in a valley where the North Fork and South Fork rivers come together to create the head waters of the Kentucky river rests a true mountain community...Beattyville.
What began as a coal camp has become the tiny town of Behnam. At the turn of the 20th century, miners began shipping coal from Benham's L and N Railroad Depot to the South Chicago Steel..
The ideal hub for your Land Between the Lakes adventure, the town of Benton, KY is located just 20 minutes from the Kentucky Lake State Resort Park, which offers an abundance of outdoor..
Welcome to the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky! Often ranked among the top art communities in the entire United States, Berea is a city of diverse culture, art and open-minded..
Where else can you go spelunking, witness an American icon in the works, and go for a twisted ride in the air - all in one visit? Nowhere, other than Bowling Green, KY! Legendary cars..
In February of 1825, Five Commissioners appointed by legislature discussed several sites and potential of each to become the seat of the newly formed Edmonson County. A spot of land..
Burkesville is located in Cumberland County an area renowned for incredible fishing, beautiful landscapes and friendly folks. Hidden in the hills of our county are many adventures to..
If you take a step back in time and walk downtown Main Street before the late 1800's and early 1900's you would find the same buildings dominating the city. After all these years the..
Campbellsville is located in the heart of Central Kentucky, nestled between the Cumberland Plateau and the Appalachian Mountains and offering the best of both regions.
One of the area's..
Carlisle, the county seat of Nicholas County, lies in the Bluegrass area of Kentucky just 56km (35 miles) northeast of Lexington and an easy two-hour drive from Louisville. The general..
Located midway between Cincinnati and Louisville where the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers meet, Carrollton is the kind of town where you can still get a good breakfast, read a paper, and look out..
Cave City is a natural stopping point along Interstate 65. Cave City is located halfway between Louisville, KY. and Nashville, TN. Many people consider Cave City the main "Gateway into..
Welcome to Covington, Kentucky! Founded in 1815, Covington is the largest city in Northern Kentucky and has the largest number of National Register historic districts (16), for a city its..
Chartered as the county seat of Harrison County in 1793 and built on the land of early settler Robert Harrison, Cynthiana was named for Harrison's daughters Cynthia and Anna. The city..
Welcome to Danville-Boyle County! We invite you to discover the unique sites and sounds that have earned our community the reputation as a premier historical destination. We offer a..
Dawson Spring, Kentucky is a "Very Special Place" - boasting a rich heritage as the "health resort of the upper south" in former days and offering a treasure trove of heritage tourism and..
The site of several Civil War skirmishes, Dixon is a small Kentucky community full of exciting history! The Battle of Burnt Mill took place just a few miles outside of town. This skirmish..
William Graham Duncan, Sr. built this beautiful Spanish Mission style home in 1912. The house was donated to the City of Greenville in 1986 by grandson Hamilton Richardson Duncan, Sr., for..
Dozens of unique quilt barns. Two crystal clear recreational lakes. The natural beauty of the US-68 scenic byway. Historic buildings and architecture featuring original 19th century..
Elizabethtown, founded in 1779, is full of history from the Native Americans and pioneer settlers, to the Civil War and beyond. If you enjoy history you will enjoy a trip to..
Elkton is a small community of approximately 1,984 citizens; a slow-paced town featuring gems such as the second oldest courthouse in Kentucky, with all the advantages of being near larger..
Located north of Elizabethtown and south of Louisville, Fort Knox is a US army base famous for housing the United States Bullion Repository - the largest repository of gold bullion in the..
Franklin, Kentucky has been honored as one of the 50 Best Small Southern Towns. Franklin is the only Kentucky city along I-65 to earn a place on this exclusive list.
Travelers along I-65..
Located in the southern part of the Commonwealth, Glasgow sits at the entrance to the Western Waterland. Convenient to the sites and attractions of Bowling Green, cave country, and..
Grayson, Kentucky is an area of unmatched natural beauty. It rests in Carter County, between three of Kentucky's most awe-inspiring state parks. Encircling the city are Grayson Lake, Carter..
Situated along the banks of the Green River upon lush green landscape, the quaint little city of Greensburg offers several historic places listed on the National Register.
Located among the rolling hills of Western Kentucky, Greenville extends true southern hospitality with flair to all who visit. Whether you attend one of our special events, visit local..
Begin your adventures in a small town that's bursting with historic charm. Once a frontier territory, "Harrodstown" was founded in 1774 as the first permanent English settlement west of..
Since 1797, Henderson, Kentucky, located on the banks of the beautiful Ohio River, has provided commerce and inspired two renowned artists.
Naturalist John James Audubon and blues musician..
Sitting along the North Fork of the Nolin River, Hodgenville is the county seat of LaRue County, Kentucky. Centrally located in the state, the city is known for being the birthplace of the..
Hopkinsville's most famous resident, Edgar Cayce, was born in Christian County, Kentucky, in 1877. He has been called the "Sleeping Prophet" and "Father of Holistic Medicine. It was in..
Horse Cave, (population 2,250) is located on the southern edge of Hart County. The town is centered on a cave from which it derived its name and water supply. It was an oasis of water..
First settled in 1826, and home to the stunning Lake Cumberland and Lake Cumberland State Resort Park, Jamestown offers an abundance of outdoor adventure and recreation, year-round events..
Witness the unique charm of La Grange as a freight train rolls right down the center of Main Street in the city's historic downtown. La Grange is the county seat of Oldham County and home..
Situated in the rolling hills of Central Kentucky, Lawrenceburg offers the amenities of rural life with the availability of an urban lifestyle offered by the larger metropolitan cities of..
Located in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, Lebanon is a community rich in history, industry and natural beauty. As the county seat of Marion County, the city is equidistant from..
Liberty is beautifully situated at the headwaters of Kentucky's famed Green River. It's a city known for its spectacular scenery, "down-home Kentucky" feel and friendly people.
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