Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.
310 West Stephen Foster Avenue Bardstown, KY 40004-0548 +1 502 348 3126
The Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral is historic church located in Bardstown, Kentucky. Built in 1823, this Catholic parish was constructed by John Rogers using Greek Revival style influences. The church also features a number of paintings donated by notable personalities like King Louis-Philippe of France. This cathedral is also the first one to be built west of the Allegheny mountains. The site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
305 Lincoln Park Road Springfield, KY 40069 +1 859 336 3544
The Springfield Baptist Church is a beautiful historic church that is spread over less than one acre of land. With a great place of worship where it teaches one to love, grow, and serve, the people welcome all it's visitors warmly to come and join in the praise and worship and get involved with Christ.
Confederate Monument of Bardstown was built in 1903 in the Bardstown/St. Joseph's Cemetery to honor the sacrifice of 67 Confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. Most of the soldiers were under the command of Major General Braxton Bragg. The base of the monument is made of limestone, and the statue of the Confederate soldier is made of zinc. The monument got listed at the National Register of Historic Places on July 17, 1997.
Maple Avenue Confederate Cemetery Pewee Valley, KY 40056 +1 502 241 8049
Pewee Valley Confederate Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Pewee Valley, Kentucky. It is the site of the old Kentucky Confederate Home. It is the official state burial ground, and is the only cemetery for Confederate veterans. The monument is unique among Civil War monuments as they are built in zinc, whereas the others are made of marble or limestone. The cemetery got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 27, 1989.
1608 Highway 227 Carrollton, KY 41008 +1 502 682 0256
With a beauty of the Ohio Valley River that is overlooked by the General Butter State House also known as the Butter Turpin State Historic House, this house was built in the honor of a renowned soldier who strongly fought the battles, General William O. Butler. This beautiful house serves as a museum and is open to the visitors. Featuring the Greek Revival style, the house exhibits stunning military documents, furniture's, and the things of the Butler family. The house is open all year round for the visitors and the tours are available from May 23rd to November 2nd. There are several recreational activities occurring at the river such as fishing, canoeing , campgrounds, hiking, mountain biking, etc.
Salt River Road Fort Duffield Park West Point, KY 40177 +1 502 922 4574
Fort Duffield was built in 1861 and was named in the honor of Rev. George Duffield of Detroit. Even during the Civil War this fort was mostly unused and no wars were fought here. Given its lack of use, Fort Duffield was eventually abandoned, Currently, Fort Duffield is managed and maintained by a voluntary group called 'Friends of Fort Duffield. Living History Program, Ghost Walks and similar other events are hosted here on a regular basis.
Lincoln Park Road Springfield, KY 40069 +1 859 336 5440(Tourist Information)
This historic home is built by Mordecai Lincoln, the paternal uncle of Abraham Lincoln. It is built in the Federal style of architecture and is the only home owned by the Lincoln family that is still in existence. The beautiful rectangular structure with a grass bed around it makes a beautiful sight. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Abraham Lincoln Statue commemorates the country's 16th President. This historic site was built in 1909 by Adolph Alexander Weinman on Lincoln's 100th birth anniversary. It is a 6 feet (1.8 meters) tall statue featuring a seated Lincoln, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
2995 Lincoln Farm Road Hodgenville, KY 42748 +1 207 358 3137
The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park is a must visit when in the city. The park comprises of farm sites and a memorial building. Take 56 steps to the top and admire the architecture. Also visit the replica of the modest log cabin where the country's 16th President was born back in 1809. This historically significant site is on the National Register of Historic Places.
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