In Nicholasville, visit Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park, one of the largest training grounds for African-American soldiers in the Union army where 10,000 men gained their freedom during the Civil War. In Maysville, experience the perilous life of escaped slaves by visiting the National Underground Railroad Museum, and take a unique guided or driving tour retracing the footsteps of countless African-Americans who journeyed to freedom on the 'underground railroad'.
Visit the Kentucky Mammoth Cave National Park where the first tour guides and some of its most significant early explorers were African-Americans. In Bowling Green, take a walking tour of the ShakeRag Historic District to experience an early African-American neighborhood that stands as an important part of Kentucky black history.
Many other Kentucky black history sites in Louisville, Lexington, Northern Kentucky and elsewhere provide glimpses into the lives of African-Americans who have helped weave the rich cultural tapestry of this border state that reflects influences of both Northern and Southern culture.
Immerse yourself in Kentucky black history at the National Underground Railroad Museum or one of countless other African-American heritage sites in the Bluegrass State.
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Tour a fully operating distillery in Bardstown. All ages welcome.
There's Only One....Kentucky Derby Museum.
We share the fun of the Kentucky Derby experience. Spend the day with us and experience two floors of exciting new exhibits! Your ad...
The Northern Kentucky River Region - spectacular scenery and historic venues await
you. Experience beauty and sights that will last a lifetime!
Near scenic Carrollton re...
Rabbit Hash, KY
In a world that seems to be changing constantly, the Rabbit Hash General Store is a heaping slice of Americana from another era. A working general store since 1831, the Rabbit...
Interiors of railroad cars, railroad memorabilia and locomotives displayed are displayed at this educational museum. Gift shop; banquet facilities up to 80 people. Group rates...
Beginning in Stanton extending through the Red River Gorge,along Pine Ridge, back to Slade, then along KY 11 to the Lee/Wolfe County Line at Zachariah.
Site of the beginning of the Great Revival of 1800 and of the First Camp Meeting in the World on the third Sunday in June, 1800. Built as a Presbyterian Church, a replica of t...
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Largest cemetery in the area. Graves of U.S.Representative Daniel Breck, Cassius M. Clay and tombstones of Civil War Battle of Richmond soldiers.
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