Plan a visit to these can’t-miss sites in Kentucky’s oldest town
638 Beaumont Inn Drive; (800) 352-3992, (859) 734-3381, firstname.lastname@example.org. Check the website for details about the 100-year anniversary events.
100 S. College Street; (859) 734-3314, email@example.com. Tour the full-scale replica of the fort built by James Harrod in 1774, the historic Mansion Museum, George Rogers Clark Federal Monument, Lincoln Marriage Temple and the oldest cemetery west of the Alleghenies.
3501 Lexington Road; (800) 734-5611, firstname.lastname@example.org. Explore the third-largest Shaker community in the United States between 1805 and 1910 at this 3,000-acre landmark destination that stays busy year-round with tours, activities, workshops
1742 Danville Road; (800) 469-6038, (859) 734-5481, email@example.com. Kentucky’s first all-inclusive golf resort offers 36 holes, including a championship 18-hole course. Resort amenities include
Information: 488 Price Avenue; (800) 355-9192, (859) 734-2364, firstname.lastname@example.org. Stroll downtown Harrodsburg with its streets lined with architectural treasures and a variety of locally owned restaurants, including the Kentucky Fudge Company, a fun lunch stop with an original soda fountain and live music on Saturdays.