Kentucky’s many religious and faith-based attractions make it one of America’s most popular spiritual vacation destinations. Travel to Kentucky for a week or weekend and visit churches, historic sites and other places that promote spiritual growth and learning. If you plan to stay a while, you’ll find plenty of comfortable accommodations
around the state, from luxurious resorts to budget-conscious bed and breakfasts.
Check out our list of spiritual attractions below—click on each listing to view photos, hours, location and more. Start planning
a trip today—you’ll see why Kentucky is one of the top spiritual vacation destinations around.
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Lexington Theological Seminary is an accredited graduate theological institution located in Lexington, Kentucky. Although the seminary is related to the Christian Church (Disc...
Built by John C.C. Mayo from limestone that was lifted out of the area's mountains, the Mayo Memorial United Methodist Church is renowned for its stained glass windows, lovely...
Travel back to the turn of the century by visiting the Mennonite Community located between Ky 100 and 585 and Ky 1333. Calling themselves "the plain people", they lead a simp...
This early 19th century church is built on the site of long hunters encampment. The oldest church in Green County, and some say it's the oldest in the state.
Maple Mount, KY
Built in 1848 as Methodist Episcopal Church - South during split of Methodist Church in America over issue of Slavery. Became Old Church Museum in 1970's when new United Metho...
A celebrated house of worship, this building was erected in 1800 by a colony of Dutch settlers to serve as the first Low Dutch Reformed Church building west of the Allegheny M...
Log church erected in 1804. Pioneer graveyard, Revolutionary War soldiers. Hannah Boone (Daniel's sister) buried here. Picnic area, playground, gift shop, restrooms.
Established in 1784 as the first Presbyterian church west of the Allegheny Mountains. National Register. Sunday services 8:45am and 11am. Summer 10am.
"Oldest Black Church West of the Allegheny Mountains"
Organized in 1790 by Peter Duerett (Brother Captain).
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