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Museum Row in Bardstown, Kentucky…

MAY 18, 2015                    BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY Museum Row in Bardsdale includes the Civil War Museum, the Colonial Village and the Women’s Civil War Museum. By far the largest, and the one with the most exhibits, is the Civil War Museum. THE CIVIL WAR MUSEUM. Located in what used to be the town’s water works and ice-house, … Continue reading »

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Mammy’s Kitchen in Bardstown, Kentucky…

MAY 18, 2015     DOWNTOWN BARDSTOWN EST. 2007. This quaint little restaurant was established in 2007. It is family-owned and is named after the matriarchs of the family, both of whom were called “Mammy” by their grandchildren. A slogan on the restaurant’s wall proclaims “Country cookin’ makes you good lookin’,”  and fosters a welcoming atmosphere that … Continue reading »

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Bardstown, Kentucky…

MAY 15, 2015.  BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY.   THE TOWN. Bardstown has been named “Most Beautiful Small Town in America” by USA Today and Rand McNalley. And the downtown area is designated as a historic district and listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It’s, quaint, charming and inviting. And boy, is there a lot to … Continue reading »

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“My Old Kentucky Home” State Park…

BARDSTOWN, KENTUCKY. MAY 14, 2015. GETTING HERE. Our next stop is a state park in Kentucky called “My Old Kentucky Home.” It was an easy three hour drive from Nashville up Interstate 65 and then on the Bluegrass Parkway to the town of Bardstown. The entire trip was on a well paved divided road and … Continue reading »

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