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Summit One-Room Schoolhouse
Once described as the “finest school in the county”, this 1892 one-room school was later used to store hay. Recently restored by the local Retired Teachers Association. 270-765-2175.
Built in 1861 to protect a Union supply route, this site is the largest and best-preserved Kentucky earthen fortress. The fort also served a General Sherman’s headquarters. Linger for a panoramic scene of West Point, the Ohio River and surrounding area. West Point 270-922-4574.
Hardin County Playhouse
The stage is set for comedy, tragedy, and drama . . . there’s something for everyone in each season. Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings, Sunday matinees. Call for their current season lineup at 270-351-0577.
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.
Heaven Hill Bourbon Heritage Center
Experience state-of-the-art interactive exhibits and learn to appreciate Single Barrel Bourbons inside the “Parker Beam” tasting barrel. Bardstown 502-337-1000.
Explore the trails and small parks among the creeks and wooded areas within the town. Walking, running, bird watching and fishing are favorite activities against Nature’s backdrop. 270-765-2175.
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