Audubon Parkway

  • Bluegrass, Blues & BBQ
23 miles

This drive may be short, but it's big on things to see and do – from bluegrass music history in Owensboro to Audubon heritage sites.

The Audubon Parkway connects the river cities of Henderson and Owensboro, passing through the hometown of legendary blues musician W.C. Handy and the place where world-renowned naturalist John James Audubon sketched the birds of the region. Many of those birds have been transformed into works of art on the Audubon Sculpture Walking Tour. Bring your binoculars and see it all!

Must-Stops On the Audubon Parkway

sloughs wildlife management area photo

Sloughs Wildlife Management Area

9956 Hwy. 268
Corydon, KY 42406

Audubon Sculpture Walking Tour

101 N. Water St., Ste. B
Henderson, KY 42420

green river distilling co. photo

Green River Distilling Co.

10 Distillery Road
Owensboro, KY 42301

owensboro museum of fine art photo

Owensboro Museum of Fine Art

901 Frederica St.
Owensboro, KY 42303

A road stretches past equestrian fencing and rolling bluegrass hills in Kentucky

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