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With a wealth of adventure, history and mystery in Hopkinsville, there is so much to do and see!

Christian Way Farm & Mini Golf is Kentucky’s only petting zoo and mini golf adventure all in one! Visit Christian Way Farm & Mini Golf for a relaxing day outdoors where you can feed and pet the animals from corn you grind yourself, take a ride on a lawnmower train, or simply enjoy the wide open spaces to run and play!

The historic Alhambra Theatre opened its doors in 1928. Since 1982, it has been operated by the Pennyroyal Arts Council as a live performance space. The theatre was renovated in 2018 to include a second-floor event space and viewing room.

Brushy Fork Creek Gallery is a high-quality craft gallery and studio that features the work of award-winning artists. It is an excellent destination to see works of art take shape in the studio and shop the gallery for gifts to take home to remember your trips and get to know the artists.

Looking for some adventure in the wild, wild, west? Copper Canyon Ranch is an “Old West” frontier town with complete buildings decorated with furnishings of the 1800’s. The cinematic site of several movies and music videos, including Florida Georgia Line’s “Dirt” and The Hatfields and McCoys featuring Christian Slater.

Oak Grove Racing, Gaming & Hotel is Christian County’s newest attraction! This joint venture of Churchill Downs and Keeneland, two of the biggest names in horse racing, is a winning addition to the landscape here in Christian County. They offer live horse harness racing and their gaming facility features over 1,300 exciting games.

Pennyroyal Scuba Blue Springs Resort is a breathtaking 22-acre spring-fed quarry. You can explore from 120 feet below the surface to see over 40 sunken treasures and enjoy the clearest waters inland.

Looking to make waves and have some fun in the sun? Bluegrass Splash Family Aquatic Center is the premier destination for water, sun, and family fun! The park features a splash zone, twisting water slides, a lazy river, interactive playgrounds, and a poolside cafe.

One of the classic historic attractions in Kentucky, the Pennyroyal Area Museum building is a great part of history in Hopkinsville. Originally it was the Hopkinsville Post Office but was opened as a museum in 1976. It has been fully renovated and re-opened in March 2020.

The Woody Winfree Fire-Transportation Museum is home to classic cars and antique fire trucks along with facts about Hopkinsville Fire Department’s most iconic fires.

The Trail of Tears Heritage Center is located on property that was a ration stop on the Trail of Tears. Two of the Indian Chiefs who walked along the trail are buried on site which is a huge deal because there are only 3 buried along the entire trail. Chief Whitepath and Fly Smith are both buried next to the Heritage Center and have beautiful statue representing each.

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Downtown Farmers Market is held seasonally on Thursday from 4:00pm-7:00pm from mid-April and concludes at the end of October. You will find many wonderful vendors such as Bramble & Bee Farm which produces honey and other beeswax products, MB Roland will have adult slushies, delicious spirits, and Cafe du Bourbon coffee, Stella’s Soap Company and many more craft and vegetable produce vendors.

Jeffers Bend is located on a 40-acre grassland with a 1-acre lake and 2.7 miles of walking trails that provide a variety of environmental education opportunities plus gardens.

You can take yourself on a mural scavenger hunt around downtown Hopkinsville and throughout all of Christian County to hunt for beautiful pieces of art in our community!

The 11-circuit stone labyrinth in front of the historic Grace Episcopal Church is modeled after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France and mirrors an almost identical labyrinth outside Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in Virginia Beach.

Hopkinsville’s most famous resident, Edgar Cayce, who was known as the “Sleeping Prophet” and the father of Holistic Medicine is buried right here in Hopkinsville.