Becoming the county seat of Harrison County in 1793, Cynthiana, Kentucky sits along the South Fork of the Licking River and boasts of a beautiful historic district found on the Historic Register.
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Sitting quietly on the corner of US 60 and KY 1681, in between Midway and Versailles, Kentucky, is a building so full of history, that one would think it would be on a list of historic places to visit. But, it’s not.
Versailles, Kentucky is another beautiful, quaint small town that is quintessential KY!
Bell’s Tavern & Tavern History
As we left Diamond Caverns on our last day trip, we were headed for the interstate, when I saw the historic sign for Bell’s Tavern. I had seen information about this tavern on one of my many searches, but I hadn’t remembered its location in Park City. With just a few turns, we arrived atContinue reading “Bell’s Tavern & Tavern History”
Augusta, KY. Where to start?!? As stated in my previous Rosemary Clooney post, we traveled to August for Rosemary, but what we found was a quaint, beautiful, little riverside town worthy of its own post. As we entered into the historic district, we found the quaint strip of shops that is iconic of small townContinue reading “Augusta, KY”
The Lexington Cemetery
As I stated in my previous blog post regarding Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, we originally planned to visit the Lexington Cemetery to see the cherry blossoms that were in bloom. Once I looked further, I then learned of the historical significance of this beautiful location. Lexington Beginnings Traveling from Fort Harrod in 1775, aContinue reading “The Lexington Cemetery”