Kentucky's deep spiritual roots have given rise to a wide variety of attractions for visitors of all ages and faiths. In addition to many historic churches and places of worship throughout the state, you can walk in the footsteps of the Pleasant Hill Shakers, learn about the Second Great Awakening at the Cane Ridge Meeting House & Barton Warren Stone Museum, and explore a true-to-scale replica of Noah's Ark at the Ark Encounter. Whichever aspect of Kentucky's religious heritage you're interested in, you're sure to leave replenished and inspired. For trip ideas, visit the Kentucky Faith Trail

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Churches & Religious Centers

Kentucky's churches and religious centers are not only places of deep meaning for people of faith; they are places of beauty, tradition and significant history. One such place is the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption in Covington, which offers visitors the opportunity to experience the cathedral's beautifully constructed Gothic architecture and magnificent collection of stained glass windows through guided and self-guided tours. Another is Nazareth Retreat Center near Bardstown, which provides a sanctuary for visitors to enjoy a peaceful retreat in a beautiful, natural and historic setting. 


We invite you to visit, stay, shop and experience the many sacred places in Kentucky for rejuvenation, reflection and spiritual growth.

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