Native American Heritage
Although there were Native Americans in Kentucky in prehistoric times, when explorers and settlers began entering Kentucky in the mid-1700s, there were no permanent Kentucky Indian tribes or Native American settlements in the region. Instead of serving as a home for Kentucky Indian tribes, the country was used as common hunting grounds by Shawnees from the north and Cherokees from the south. The Iroquois also claimed their possession until 1768, though did not occupy them.
Today, several sites preserve the heritage of Native Americans in Kentucky, a vital part of the long history of Kentucky
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Tour a fully operating distillery in Bardstown. All ages welcome.
The Visitor's Bureau is here to serve you when you visit Hopkinsville. Stop here for information on what to do, where to stay and where to eat while in Hopkinsville.
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...
Bowling Green, KY
There's Only One...Lost River Cave.
Lost River Cave offers Kentucky's Only Underground Boat Tour. Butterfly
Habitat (Seasonal) • Easy Nature Trails • Kids’ D...
From Goshen Lane in Goshen to Junction with KY 3223
From KY 55 (Walnut Street) in Lebanon, via Perryville and Harrodsburg, to 0.5 miles south of KY 1980 in Jessamine County.
From Licking River Bridge at Nicholas County line via Mays Lick and Washington to Ohio State line near Maysville
The Museum exhibits memorabilia about the many U.S. 23 Country Music Highway stars. Enjoy live bluegrass music at "Front Porch Pickin" every Thursday at 7pm. 1) Admission pric...
Provides a good orientation to the forest, which stretches over 706,000 acres and 21 counties south to Tennessee. When you visit here, you are seeing what's left of the wilder...
Home of the Union County Fair. Exciting events year round.
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