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Documentaries, exhibits, artifacts pertaining to the history of the American whiskey industry since its beginning through the Prohibition Era.
Federal Hill was the inspiration for Stephen Foster’s famous ballad, My Old Kentucky Home. Today, this Georgian-style mansion is as endearing to visitors as it was in 1852, the...
Original furniture and china, rooms historically accurate at 1818 home of Judge John Rowan, where Stephen Foster wrote My Old Kentucky Home.
Over 4,000 varieties of plants in arboretum, exhibits on native flora and fauna, research forest.
Visit the historic buildings with Lincoln Home, Francis Berry house and blacksmith shop.
On 117 acres established as Abraham Lincoln National Park in 1916 is a visitor center, museum, picnic area, and a self-guided tour/trail which includes an early 19th century...
Tanks, armored vehicles, firearms, medals and decorations.
On October 8, 1862, cannon explosions shattered the rural peace of this tranquil countryside and the death moans of young soldiers. Perryville became the site of the most...
Three floors of antique furniture,
quality glassware and collectibles.
Kentucky's Most Unique Antique Mall.
Open Seven Days a Week.