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Hardin County History Museum
This museum is a part of the official Lincoln Trail through Kentucky. View the Lincoln room and learn about Hardin County’s history beginning with Native Americans. 270-763-8339.
Confederate Soldiers Buried on Cemetery Hill
Locate soldiers’ graves with the new kiosk available at the cemetery entrance or pick up a mapped guide at the tourism office.
“The PAC” Performing Arts Center
Be entertained with plays, concerts or musicals at a state-of-the-art facility. For a schedule and ticket information call 270-769-8837.
Sarah Bush Johnston Lincoln Memorial Cabin
Lincoln’s stepmother’s early 1800’s cabin, recreated down to the brightly colored flowers and nearby butterfly garden. Period items are similar to those used during this era. 270-765-2175.
See America’s award-winning whiskey being produced and browse the distinctive gift shop. Each lot is checked a minimum of five times while aging. Loretto 270-865-2099.
Freeman Lake Park
Recharge your batteries in our beautiful lakeside park. Paddle boats, fishing, picnicking . . . it’s all here. Visit the Lincoln cabins and the one-room schoolhouse. 270-769-3916
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