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Artisan Village

  • address 200 Artisan Way, Berea , KY 4040337.5968076-84.3110379

The Artisan Village. As Berea is known as the “Folk Arts and Craft Capitol of KY,” the Artisan Village allows visitors to get to know the people behind the craft. Lindsey Gallery, Honeysuckle Vine, The Cabin of Old Time, and many others are local artist who have perfected their craft. Live demonstrations are given for visitors.

Berea College Square

  • address 104 S Main St, Berea, KY 4040337.5720137-84.2885159

The College square is located beside Boone Tavern. It offers visitors the opportunity to shop from local and unique shops that has something for everyone. The Berea Fudge Shoppe offers homemade Fudge, Ice Cream, as well as homemade jams and jellies. If you need something more filling, perhaps stop by the locally owned Papaleno’s, that offer a wide variety of Italian dishes that make Berea almost seem like a “little Italy.”

Bloomfield Richwood

  • address 17 East Main Street, Richwood, WV 2626138.2255201-80.5325711

Art gallery showcasing modern and contemporary Appalachian artists in solo, shared and group exhibitions, located in downtown Richwood, WV at the edge of the Monongahela National Forest.

Open Thursday-Saturday noon-6:30pm and Sunday-Wednesday by appointment

Bramwell Corner Shop

  • address 171 Main St, Bramwell, WV 2471537.3251357-81.3117248

We are a historic soda fountain, serving homemade ice cream, hand patted burger, homemade soups

Capitol Market

  • address 800 Smith St., Charleston, WV 2530138.3520238-81.6271725

Capitol Market is located in a renovated freight station from the 1800's. It is eclectically designed to capture the essence of an outdoor farmers' market and host to many indoor specialty shops featuring fresh simple food fare to gourmet pleasures with a full-scale restaurant featuring fine Italian cuisine.

Coal Country Candles

  • address 561 Main Street, Hazard, KY 41701

Shopping & retail

Daniel Boone Coffee Shop

  • address 769 Natural Bridge Road, Slade, KY 4037637.7897655-83.6969335

Fair trade, organic, regionally roasted coffee. We offer the best lattes in the gorge, fresh baked goods and much more! Also camp supplies and souvenirs.

Finley’s General Store

  • address 23305 Sugar Hill Road, Carrollton, VA 2343036.9308898-76.5222907

Old-fashioned general store with local foods, candles, body products, dog treats and more!

Four Seasons Outfitters

  • address 190 Middletown Rd, Richwood, WV 2626138.2232675-80.5688862

Sporting Goods Store

Grayson Gallery & Art Center

Gallery & Art Center

  • address 301 E 3rd ST, Grayson, KY 41143

Established as a venue to showcase local artists and musicians, the Gallery was opened in May 2011 in the former Grayson Fire Station building.

Kentucky Music Hall of Fame & Museum

  • address 2590 Richmond Street, Mt.Vernon, KY 4045637.3898006-84.3316079

The Kentucky Music Hall of Fame and Museum opened in 2002 with a vision to bring recognition to Kentuckians who have made a significant contribution to the music industry. With that vision in mind, a collection of artifacts and memorabilia highlighting the careers of the over 50 inductees fill the museum.  You can also learn the history of music dating back to the 1800s. A common misconception is that the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame focuses mainly on country and bluegrass-related artists. However, there are inductees from all genres of music, including The Backstreet Boys, Loretta Lynn, Florence Henderson, Rosemary Clooney, Keith Whitley, Boots Randolph, and so many more. The entrance to the building is unique to any other museum and is historical as it was once the site of the original riding stables of Renfro Valley founder John Lee Lair. That portion of the building now houses the visitor center and a must-see gift shop with new products and souvenirs. Most of the original structure of the stable is still intact and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Nearby is the historic Renfro Valley Entertainment Center, as well as Bittersweet Cabin Village & Gift Shop.

Kingdom Come State Park

Kingdom Come State Park

  • address 502 Park Rd, Cumberland, Kentucky 4082336.9896573-82.9846548

Kingdom Come State Park, Cumberland, Kentucky. Where nature's grandeur meets outdoor adventure! Nestled within the picturesque Appalachian Mountains, this breathtaking park offers an abundance of natural beauty and exciting recreational opportunities for visitors of all ages.

Explore the Great Outdoors:
Get ready to embark on a journey through stunning landscapes, dense forests, and lush greenery on the park's well-maintained hiking trails. Whether you're a novice hiker or an experienced trekker, Kingdom Come State Park has trails suitable for everyone, ensuring a memorable and rewarding experience.

Discover Peace at the Lake:
The heart of Kingdom Come State Park lies in its massive lake, a tranquil oasis perfect for relaxation and recreation. Enjoy kayaking, Paddle boating or fishing on the pristine waters.

Awe-Inspiring Overlooks:
For those seeking jaw-dropping panoramic views, Kingdom Come State Park has several well-positioned overlooks that offer awe-inspiring vistas of the surrounding mountains and valleys. Whether you visit during sunrise or sunset, these vantage points promise to take your breath away and provide perfect settings for capturing memorable photos.

Treat Yourself at the Gift Shop:
Don't forget to stop by the park's charming gift shop, where you can find a delightful selection of souvenirs, local crafts, and nature-inspired gifts. Take home a piece of Kingdom Come State Park to cherish the memories of your unforgettable visit.

Experience the unparalleled beauty of the Appalachian Mountains and the wealth of outdoor activities awaiting you at Kingdom Come State Park. Come and immerse yourself in the splendor of Kingdom Come State Park – a hidden gem in Cumberland, Kentucky, that promises to leave you captivated and rejuvenated. Nature's wonders and unforgettable experiences await! Book your trip now and be ready to embark on an extraordinary journey into the heart of Appalachia.

Log House Craft Gallery

  • address 200 Estill Street, Berea, KY 4040337.573621-84.2868402

The Log House Craft Gallery offers visitors to shop regional crafts from artists outside of Berea, but they also are home to where the students of Berea College showcase their own personal art made at the school. Located behind the Log House is a newly opened bookstore, the “Tailless Dog” and “Get Outside KY” where you can rent electric bikes to travel throughout Berea.

Lucy Butterfly

  • address 2 West Main Street, Richwood, WV 2626138.2249571-80.5334487

Antiques, gifts, books, ladies apparel and accessories.

Mary Breckinridge’s Wendover

  • address 132 FNS Drive, Wendover, KY 4177537.1269687-83.3634742

Wendover is the Historic homeplace of Mary Breckinridge featuring breath taking beauty and a century of service to the mountains.

Performance & Event Venue

Landmark & Historical Place