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About Glasgow, Kentucky

For shoppers and antique lovers, there are numerous antique shops in the area.

Also of special interest are the following regionally known attractions:

Mammoth Cave National Park

The Park was established to preserve the cave system, including Mammoth Cave, the scenic river valleys of the Green and Nolin rivers, and a section of south central Kentucky. Beneath the sandstone-capped ridges of Mammoth Cave National Park lies the most extensive known cave system on Earth, with over 350 miles of passageway mapped and surveyed. And yet after 4,000 years of intermittent exploration, the full extent of this water-formed labyrinth remains a mystery. Today, science seeks to plumb the unknown through ongoing mapping, testing, and exploration, with a full understanding of the words of one of the old guides: "The Cave is not soon to give up its last, deepest secret."

*Tours and outdoor recreation at the world's largest known cave system.

Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave

Founded in 1977, Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave has strived for excellence in theatrical performances, but Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave also strives to facilitate, through involvement and education, the cultural growth of the region by making creative theatre experiences accessible to student and adults. In order to achieve these goals Kentucky Repertory Theatre at Horse Cave offers a wide variety of other programs. Some of these are listed below, but if you would like additional information please contact the administration offices of Horse Cave Theatre by calling (270) 786-1200 or 1-800-342-2177 or by e-mail at

*Professional repertory productions, play reading festivals, theatre workshops.

Barren River Lake State Park

Situated near Mammoth Cave National Park, Barren River Lake park sits on 2,187 forested acres next to the 20,000-acre Barren River Lake. Anglers cast for largemouth, smallmouth and hybrid striped bass in the lake, and 30 more miles of fishing and boating waters can be found in the Green and Nolin rivers. A park marina rents fishing boats. Three trails meandering through the forest offer easy-to-moderate hikes ranging from two to five miles. Bicycles are permitted on the two-mile trail, which is paved and wheelchair-accessible. A riding stable rents horses and offers guided trail rides. Deer, wild turkey, raccoons and squirrels live in the park, and visitors are often treated to glimpses of wildlife as they travel the 3.5-mile entrance road. * Host of the annual Glasgow Highland Game

*Beautiful 18-hole lakeside golf course

* Louie B. Nunn Lodge

National Corvette Museum

Home of the Corvette Homecoming on Labor Day weekend and offering tours daily

Kentucky Down Under

The Kentucky Caverns

Old Mulkey Meetinghouse

Dale Hollow Lake State Resort Park

Cumberland Falls Area

Abraham Lincoln Birthplace

Nolin Lake State Park

Churchill Downs

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