Historical Sites around Sulphur, KY

Butler-Turpin State Historic House

1608 Hwy 227
Carrollton, KY
With a commanding view of the Ohio River Valley the restored home built in 1859, in the Greek Revival style, displays military documents, furniture...
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Big Bone Lick State Historic Site

3380 Beaver Road
Union, KY
The Discovery Trail is a 4.5 mile trail mosaic comprised of all the park’s hiking trails combined into continuous circuit. Collectively, the ...
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Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site

1825 Battlefield Road
Perryville, KY
On October 8, 1862, cannon explosions shattered the rural peace of this tranquil countryside and the death moans of young soldiers. Perryville beca...
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Waveland State Historic Site

225 Waveland Museum Ln.
Lexington, KY
Antebellum house with three original outbuildings - slave quarters, smokehouse and ice house. Guided tours focus on the everyday lives of family an...
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Constitution Square State Historic Site

134 S. Second Street
Danville, KY
Constitution Square is the site of the signing of Kentucky's Constitution in 1792. Stop into the Visitors Bureau at Grayson's Tavern to get a map o...
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Isaac Shelby Cemetery State Historic Site

6725 KY Hwy. 300
Junction City, KY
Visit the smallest park in the park system where the ½-acre burial grounds of the Shelby family sits amid the peaceful countryside of Lincol...
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Boone Station State Historic Site

240 Gentry Road
Lexington, KY
Daniel Boone (1734-1820), known for his role in the exploring and settling of the Kentucky frontier decided that the settlement of Boonesborough ha...
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White Hall State Historic Site

500 White Hall Shrine Road
Richmond, KY
Nestled in rolling farmland, the home was built in the late 1700’s, with a major addition constructed in the 1860’s. The mansion, built...
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William Whitley House State Historic Site

625 William Whitley Road
Stanford, KY
The William Whitley House, also known as Sportsman's Hill, stands today as a monument to pioneer ingenuity and resourcefulness. It was the first b...
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Morris-Butler House

1204 N. Park Avenue
Indianapolis, IN
History:The Morris-Butler House in Indianapolis takes its name from two families who lived there in the nineteenth century. In 1864, John Morris co...
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Old Mulkey State Historic Site

38 Old Mulkey Park Road
Tompkinsville, KY
The Old Mulkey Meeting House is a log church erected in 1804. It is the oldest freestanding log meeting house in the Commonwealth. Adjacent to the...
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Dr. Thomas Walker State Historic Site

459 KY 459
Barbourville, KY
A replica of the cabin constructed by explorer and physician Dr. Thomas Walker stands on a 12-acre tract six miles southeast of Barbourville. Locat...
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Historic Forks of the Wabash

3011 West Park Drive
Huntington, IN
Historic Forks of the Wabash preserves the story of the interaction between the Miami Indian nation, the European settlers, and the American govern...
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Jefferson Davis State Historic Site

258 Pembroke-Fairview Road
Fairview, KY
Jefferson Davis State Historic Site is a memorial to the famous Kentuckian born on this site on June 3, 1808.  A 351-foot obelisk constructed ...
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Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site

402 South Lincoln Highway
Lerna, IL
Lincoln Log Cabin State Historic Site preserves the site of the 1840s farm of Thomas and Sarah Bush Lincoln, father and stepmother of our 16th pres...
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Sauder Village

22611 State Route 2
Archbold, OH
Our MissionAs a destination of choice, Sauder Village offers guests experiences rich in history, hospitality, creativity & fun.HistoryIn 2011, ...
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Oconaluftee Indian Village

218 Drama Road
Cherokee, NC
As you enter the soft trails of the village, it's no longer the 21st century: you're immediately transported to the 1760s. You won't need your robo...
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Bethel School

Friends Creek Conservation Area, 13734 Friends Creek Park Road
Cisco, IL
The name "Bethel School" has a long history in Friends Creek Township. The first Bethel School built in the 1850's in Section 7 of the township was...
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Chief Vann House Historic Site

82 Ga. Highway 225 N
Chatsworth, GA
During the 1790s, James Vann became a Cherokee Indian leader and wealthy businessman.  He established the largest and most prosperous plantati...
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Macon County History Museum

5580 North Fork Road
Decatur, IL
Our Mission: To advance the study of history by providing a forum for public knowledge through the operation of its museum, library, archives, and...
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