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The Lord assigned each his task: I planted the seed, my friend watered the plant, and Jesus made it grow! Visit Christian Way Farm and be part of the planting and the harvesting! In the early 1920’s, Guy Corley used his World War I bonus to buy land…

30 miles from the Ark | $40 - $100

Potter’s Ranch wilderness retreat facility exists to provide the most beneficial environment to develop our nation’s most valuable resources…our youth, adults and families. Located 35 miles south of Cincinnati, in a 630 acre…

Listen each week in Mariemont’s Dogwood Park, as the carillonneur performs on a keyboard connected to 49 bells inside the Bell Tower.  The Carillon Concerts are held weekly throughout all months  on Sundays; however holiday concerts maybe at…

Inside, experience our Eastern Forest Diorama, get up close to live snakes and giant turtles, learn about restored species, and wonder at native fish in large aquariums. Outside, follow our paved wheelchair accessible trails to see eagles, bison,…

The face of this colorful flowering clock is 34 ft across and is planted with thousands of plants. For good luck, toss a coin into the fountain. Hours – dawn to dusk.

Josephine Sculpture Park opened in 2009 with the mission to connect people to the land through the arts. We are a rapidly growing, grassroots organization and our efforts have gained energy and expanded through our ability to mobilize and engage our…

Visit our Gallery and Studio on Broadway in Frankfort, Kentucky. We offer classes for adults and children, private lessons, birthday parties, and studio space for more experienced potters.

Seasonal and FREE – The Kentucky River provided transportation for early Native Americans, settlers and entrepreneurs, powered early industries, and inspired both painters and photographers. Tours are scheduled Memorial Day – October 31.…

This Gothic Revival style building was the State Arsenal from the 1850s until the early 1970s when the Boone National Guard Center opened in Frankfort. During the Civil War, it served as a munitions factory where Frankfort women made ammunition for…

We carry the work of more than two dozen artists and craftsmen from Kentucky, Indiana, Ohio and Tennessee working in glass, wood, pottery, fiber, gourds, batik and paint. Full Circle offers art classes daily to children and adults in the studio.

Located in a carefully restored 150 year old building, we are proud to offer the work of over 650 of Kentucky’s best artisans. We buy directly from small family businesses many of whom follow generations of family traditions in their craft. Choose…

Chuck Bogart’s Free Historic Walking Railroad Tours begin at the L. &N. depot adjacent to the Capital City Museum. This popular hour-long tour shares the history of Frankfort’s railroad days from its beginning to the present. Advance…

The “William Behringer Memorial Museum” opened July 5th, 1950 showing off the collections of a late world traveler. Visitors would see a mounted stuffed life sized black bear, birds, small game, the emblematic Two Headed Calf, American Indian…

The Roebling Murals at the Covington Waterfront are a series of 18 panels depicting the history of Covington from 800 BC to the present day, painted on the flood wall along the Ohio River and visible from the Roebling Bridge. The murals were painted…

The Garden of Hope is a beautiful setting and view of the cities. It has a religious site with replicas of Jesus’ tomb, a 15th century Mexican Mission Chapel, and a Middle Eastern Carpenters Shop.

MainStrasse Village The MainStrasse area is rich with history. There is a story just around every block. Come enjoy Northern’s Kentucky home of Oktoberfest and Maifest. We provide a printable walking tour and detailed historical information as…

If you love playing games on your smartphone or tablet, then you’ve probably heard of (or even played) a few room escape games. These thrilling puzzles bend your mind and test your brilliance. But what if you could bring the rooms to life? At…

The Cincinnati Zoo and Botanical Garden is the second oldest zoo in the United States and is located in Cincinnati, Ohio. It opened in 1875, just 14 months after the Philadelphia Zoo on July 1, 1874. The Reptile House is the oldest zoo building in…

What Makes the Cathedral a Basilica? Traditionally, churches attained the title of basilica because of their antiquity, dignity, historical importance, or significance as centers of worship. There are Two Classes of Basilicas: Major and Minor. There…

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