Held annually the first Saturday after Thanksgiving, this event showcases local artisans & locally made handcrafted Christmas gift items.
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Location: 1139 Main Street Munfordville, KY 42765 Open Tuesday-Friday 9-4 and Saturday 9-12 Closed Sunday and Monday
5112 South Jackson Highway (US 31-E) Horse Cave, KY 42749 Phone: 270-786-1270 Hours: Open Thursdays through Saturdays 11 a.m. to 7 p.m.
This Amish owned Hart County Produce Auction is located approximately seven miles outside of Munfordville.
Location: 120 A East Main St Horse Cave, KY 42749 270.361.9426 All Things By Mel is a unique boutique located in downtown Horse Cave across the street from Hidden River Cave.
Location: 101 Water Street Horse Cave, Kentucky, KY 42749 Phone: 270-361-8291 You don’t need to spend a fortune to be fashionable. Stop in and choose from one of the many affordable gently used items on display.
After your visit to the granddaddy of them all, Mammoth Cave National Park, you’ll want to check out some of the “show caves” in the area. While most people think if you’ve seen one cave you’ve seen them all, locals know that every cave has its own personality, just like your children.
One in 5 travelers say they would never leave their dog at home when they go on vacation. If your pooch is part of your family, this itinerary is for you! Friendly dogs on leashes are welcome.
Schmucker’s Greenhouse has 6 greenhouses full of assorted flats and potted annuals and perennials, mixed containers and hanging baskets, Knock Out roses, fruit trees, ornamental trees and bushes, strawberry plants, blueberry bushes, blackberries, raspberries, and grape vines.
The first thing visitors notice about rural Kentucky is how green it is. (It might be called bluegrass, but it’s just another shade of green!) We’re trees and fields and farms and countryside and caves and rivers. Even though most of our county’s rivers are underground, we have the state’s longest above-ground river, Green River.