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Spiritual Attractions

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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Northern Kentucky River Region New Haven, KY
Abbey Visitor's Center: Archive Display, a DVD Theatre for viewing a 25 min DVD about the monastery. Gift Shop featuring the monks' world famous Trappist Cheese, Fudge an...
Western Wetlands Marion, KY
Crittenden County has a thriving Amish community of over 600 residents. They presently have six Amish schools and four church districts. Many homes and farms have shops in whi...
Bluegrass Region Williamstown, KY
Ark Encounter features a full-size Noah’s Ark, built according to the dimensions given in the Bible. Spanning 510 feet long, 85 feet wide, and 51 feet high, this modern ...


Northern Kentucky River Region Bardstown, KY
When it was formed in 1808, Bishop John Carroll of Baltimore named Bardstown The First Catholic Diocese West of the Allegheny Mountains. The diocese encompassed the entire nor...
Northern Kentucky River Region Bardstown, KY
Tours of St. Thomas Church and grounds, and historic Bishop Flaget Log House are conducted by appointment only. Call the parish office (502) 348-3717. Bishop Flaget, f...
Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
The Brown Memorial Christian Methodist Episcopal (CME) Church, the first of its denomination in Louisville, celebrated its 160th anniversary in 2014. Historical marker #1677 n...
Daniel Boone Country Buckhorn, KY
Built in 1928, the log cathedral is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. This majestic cathedral was constructed of white oak from the surrounding mountains. It...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Cane Ridge Meeting House, 9 miles east via US 460 and SR537 at 1655 Cane Ridge Road, built of blue ash logs by Scots Presbyterian pioneers in 1791. Said to be the largest one-...
Northern Kentucky River Region Louisville, KY
Recently restored 1852 cathedral. Monday through Friday Noon Mass. Weekend Mass 5:30 pm Sat., 9:30 am, noon, 5:30 pm Sunday. Guided tours are available by appointment and tour...
Bluegrass Region Petersburg, KY
There's Only One...Creation Museum The Creation Museum is a state-of-the-art 75,000 square foot museum presenting biblical history. Developed by a former Universal Studios ...
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