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Thing to do in Bowling Green Kentucky


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– Kentucky Museum (FREE TICKETS)
The Kentucky Museum is history, arts, and culture museum located at 1444 Kentucky Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky on the campus of Western Kentucky University. It includes 8,000 square feet of exhibit space. Archaeology, art, clothing and textiles, furniture, glassware ceramics, quilts, toys and games, and the newly opened “Instruments of American Excellence” collections are all permanent exhibits at the museum.

– Lost River Cave (Adult $15)
Lost River Cave is a seven-mile cave system located in Bowling Green, Kentucky. The Lost River originates outside of the cave and flows into it. The cave contains one of the largest natural entrances in the Eastern U.S.

– Historic RailPark & Train Museum (Adult $16.00)
The Historic Railpark and Train Museum, formerly the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Station in Bowling Green, Kentucky, is located in the historic railroad station. The building was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on December 18, 1979. Opened in 1925, the standing depot is the third Louisville & Nashville Railroad depot that served Bowling Green.

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– Fountain Square Park (Historical District)

– Riverview At Hobson Grove
Riverview at Hobson Grove, also known as Riverview or as Hobson House, is an historic home with classic Italianate architecture located in western Bowling Green, Kentucky. Its construction started in the 1850s but was interrupted by the Civil War. The house played a part in Civil War activities in the area. It was completed in 1872.

– 440 Main
Seafood restaurant
Intimate, upscale eatery in a 19th-century building serving Cajun-tinged fare, plus wines & more.


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