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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Bowling Green, KY
Long before interstates, people resting in Bowling Green arrived at the L&N Passenger Depot. This 1925 structure has been restored and revived to house a two-story museum ...
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.
Located at Gate 1 of historic Churchill Downs, the Museum presents the traditions and excitement of the "greatest two minutes in spo...
Military Discount Available
Open year round. Tours are on the hour: Mon.-Fri., 9 a.m.-3 p.m.; Sat., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New Year's Day. Tour a fully o...
The Daniel Boone National Forest maintains over 706,000 acres in 21 counties of eastern Kentucky, stretching from Morehead to the Tennessee border. More than 600 miles of road...
Whitley City, KY
The Stearns Ranger District features two state Wild Rivers, (Rock Creek and Cumberland), and two federal candidates for National Wild and Scenic River designation (Marsh Creek...
Gravesite of Daniel and Rebecca Boone which overlooks the city of Frankfort.. Other notables are artist Paul Sawyier, Joel T. Hart, Theodore O''Hara, Vice President Richard M....
Dawson Springs, KY
Exhibits from the spa era, contemporary arts & crafts exhibits. Tuesday through Saturday 1-4pm. Closed January. Free.
The DeSpain Studio and Gallery, LLC, owned and operated by Jim and Donna DeSpain. The Gallery located in historic downtown Frankfort, diagonally across from the Old State Capi...
Dinah Tyree began her painting career
using oil paints, but for the past ten years she has specialized in
watercolors. Tyree likes to “suggest” the essence of he...
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