120 Main Street Shelbyville, KY 40065 +1 502 633 1547
Church of the Annunciation is a charming red colored church which has been in existence since 1860. Built in the beautiful Gothic Revival style it is an evidence of the ancient time it belonged to. The pleasant and inviting atmosphere of the church makes it even more lovely. Services are regularly held even today and all other ceremonies are routinely conducted.
Bardstown Road Athertonville, KY 40051 +1 270 358 3137
Constituted in the Lincoln Living Historical Farm, the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is situated in present day Lincoln City, Indiana. Predominantly the site where Lincoln spent his childhood, the park does provide for public to get a glimpse of the life of the 16th President of the United States. They also feature a museum with a variety of exhibits and a point of reference film. A great deal of joy is vented at the point where public can draft letters that automatically get converted to Lincoln's handwriting. In the year of 2005, the locate was visited by a record 147,443 people round the year.
133 West Liberty Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 361 3100
This is a popular venue in the city, where regular concerts and activities are held. The events held here include sporting events, music concerts and theatrical performances. The Van-Dells, the Roots and Bombshel are among the artists that have performed here. Children are not allowed to attend these events as the venue happens to be a nightclub. Also, the tickets generally get sold out faster than you can imagine, so make sure you book your tickets in time. On the days of the event the box office opens up once more from 6p onwards. Open from Sunday to Wednesday from 6pm and Thursday to Saturday from 7 pm.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970, the Washington Historic District developed during the 1700s era. Some of the important architectural landmarks of this historical district include Albert Sidney Johnston House, Marshall Key House and the The Paxton Inn.
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.
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