Corsair Distillery

   
400 E. Main Ave #110
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
http://www.corsairartisan.com/

270-904-2021

Tours Fri.-Sat. 10am-6pm

Corsair Artisan is an independent craft distillery handcrafting small batches of spirits and whiskey using classic pot stills.  Corsair welcomes visitors for tours of the distillery, with tasting room visits for the 21 and up crowd.  Spirits, chocolates and gifts are available in the distillery's gift shop during tour days.

 

Eloise B. Houchens Center

   
1115 Adams Street
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
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https://www.facebook.com/pages/Eloise-B-Houchens-Center/140751101240

(270) 842-6761

This lovely, old Greek Revival mansion was built in 1904 by Francis Kister, onetime Mayor of Bowling Green and co-builder of St. Joseph Catholic Church. The Houchens Center, an unique, non-profit organization, was created in 1975 for the purpose of restoring and preserving the house for the use of the community. The Historic House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is open for free tours on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 10am to 2pm. Occasional art displays are available for viewing and a small gift shop carries local crafts.

The Houchens Center is now used as a cultural and educational center for the community, and as a meeting place for clubs, associations and individual patrons who make up the membership. Beautiful inlaid wood flooring, intricately carved fireplaces and mantles downstairs, and polished woodwork throughout--all provide a perfect setting for wedding receptions, elegant parties and club luncheons. The Center is also used by a variety of non-members for club meetings, workshops, retreats, receptions, parties and weddings.
 

Fountain Square Players

   
313 State Street
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
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http://www.fountainsquareplayers.org/

(270) 782-3119

In the summer of 1977, a group of determined, star -struck individuals, aided and abetted by Whit Combs and Bill Leonard of the WKU Department of Theatre, set out to bring the defunct Alley Players back to life as the Warren County Community Theater. WKU provided direction, funding, and space; the community responded with actors and enthusiasm; and a Thurber Carnival was presented in June with great flourish.
 

Franklin Drive-In

   
6250 Nashville Road
Franklin, KY franklindrivein.com

270-586-1905

First run movies in a neat retro setting. Mid-March-October.
 

Gallery on the Square

   
110 N. Main Street
Franklin, KY http://www.galleryonthesquare.org

270-586-8055

Offers rotating art exhibits & Kentucky crafts for sale.
 

 

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