Red River Meeting House

2459 Trimble Road
Adairville, Kentucky 42276


Red River Meeting House

The Red River church grounds and cemetery are open to the public. The church was known as the Red River Cumberland Presbyterian Church. During the year people come from various parts of the country to participate in the reenacting of life on the frontier. In October of 2007, the BBC crossed the big pond to America just to spend the day filming life at the Red River Museum. Should you need additional information about this unique and historic place call 270-586-7632.

The original Red River Presbyterian church was located near Red River, near Maulding Fort, and about three miles northeast of Adairville, Kentucky. Maulding's Fort was built in 1780 by early Scotch-Irish settlers for protection against the Indians. Graves and gravestones in the churchyard of Red River tell their own story. They mark the resting places of many of those who came, principally by way of two ports: Philadelphia and Charleston, to Kentucky through Virginia and North Carolina. The tombstone of one man born in the highlands of Scotland bears an inscription of the Twenty-third Psalm written in Gaelic. Generals, Colonels, Majors and other soldiers who fought in our country's wars from the beginning are buried there. There is even the grave of one who fought in the Battle of Waterloo. But more important than the graveyard are the events that took place in the church which not only changed the hearts of men but changed the moral future of our nation.

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Old Munfordville Walking Tour

109 Main Street
Munfordville, Kentucky 42765


Occupied for the 5-year duration of the Civil War by forces of both the Confederacy and the Union, Munfordville has several buildings that are highlighted on this historic tour. Along the way, you will learn about two famous generals who were childhood friends and then foes in battle. Begin the tour at the Hart County Historical Museum in the historic Chapline building in downtown Munfordville.

National Corvette Museum

350 Corvette Dr.
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101


Open 8am-5pm, 7 days a week year-round except New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve & Christmas Day.

This 115,000 sq. ft. showcase to America's sports car features over 70 Corvettes showcased in periodic settings! See mint classics, prototypes, one-of-a-kind cars and racing champs.  Test your skills by fueling up and changing tires at the interactive "Pit Crew Challange" and enjoy new hands-on exhiibits.  Sit behind the wheel of a Corvette and register to win one! Browse souvenirs in the Corvette Store and visit the Kids Zone.

Mennonite Community

, Kentucky
Simple life with no electricity.  Fresh produce, leather items.  

Located between KY 100, KY 585 and KY 1332.

Kentucky Museum

1400 Kentucky St.
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
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Learn about one of Kentucky's most famous personalities in Recommended by Duncan Hines, look at life during the Civil War through simulated scenes including a soldier's campsite, general store, and slave cabin.  View images, stories and artifacts of Kentucky soldiers, slaves and civilians.  Visit the new Snell-Franklin Decorative Arts Gallery showcasing social culture in the form of furniture, paintings and many pieces dating from 1300 B.C. to late 1900s.  The newest exhibit feature The Richardson Quilt Gallery and Instruments of American Excellence.

Horse Cave Stories Cell Phone Tour

100 East Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749


Horse Cave is not your typical small town. Designated as a Kentucky Cultural District, it is has a National Register of Historic Places Commercial District with more than 50 buildings anchored by a world-class theatre and museum. Bust most remarkable of all, the region's largest natural cave entrance is in the middle of town, and the cave runs underneath your feet. Even the sidewalk are unique! The award-winning Horse Cave Stories Cell Phone Tour introduces you to the remarkable citizen effort that created the Kentucky Repertory Theatre and provides a glimpse back to the days when the region was dominated by the Cave Wars, as the citizens tell the fascinating stories of their town that developed on top of a cave.

Historic Railpark and Train Museum

401 Kentucky St.
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
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Step back in time to the golden era of railroad passenger service as a Tour Guide takes you behind the scenes of a Railway Post Office Car, Dining Car, Sleeper Car and Office Car, with special occasion options to see the interior of a diesel locomotive, a rare WWII Unit Hospital car, a Caboose and a soon to arrive rare 3-section Segregation rail car. Meander at your leisure inside the museum. Activate the model railroad exhibit by the sHOw Modular Model Railroad Club, and explore the social and cultural history of the railroad through exhibits on Segregation, Hobos, Dining Car, Civil War, a movie theater and much more. Kids under 5 can enjoy the play area in the Gift Shop!

Hart County Historical Museum

109 Main St
Munfordville, Kentucky 42765


The Hart County Historical Museum, located in the Chapline Building, is located just off the square in Downtown Munfordville, Kentucky. The museum has an extensive collection of historic objects, images, books, maps and papers relating to the history of Hart County. The museum is here to preserve our history and artifacts and to educate the public about our past. At the museum, one may also research his Hart county ancestors and Civil War activity. The Munfordville Walking Tour includes ten historic buildings, many of which have Civil War histories. The museum is open Monday through Friday, from 9 to 4 and Saturday from 8 to 4.

Green River Museum

Butler County Park
Morgantown, Kentucky 42261


The Green River Museum is dedicated to the preservation of Butler County, Kentucky's history and folklife. Special emphasis is placed on the Green River, which helped to develop and to sustain the region for centuries.

Fort Williams

Glasgow, Kentucky 42141
In December, 1862, John Hunt Morgan led an army of 3,000 men on a raid through Southern Kentucky. He fought various battles and destroyed railroads and telegraph lines along his route. One stop was in Glasgow, where he was met by three companies of Michigan Cavalry. He drove out the Michigan troops and held control of Glasgow for three days while he destroyed Union rail and communication facilities. He fought a small battle at Bearwallow before moving on.


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