Experience the rich and colorful stories behind one of the most beloved cities in all of Kentucky.
Henry Clay Morrison Park
Henry Clay Morrison Park is a site with a ton of religious history.
Morrison Park Camp Meeting is located on Hwy 63 (Tompkinsville Rd.) at the intersection of Bristletown Rd. approx. 5 miles south of Glasgow, Kentucky.
Fort Williams - Union Civil War Fort
Historic destination featuring a Civil War-era battlefield with a cemetery & reconstructed fort.
100 Fort Williams Way Glasgow, KY 42141
South Central Kentucky Cultural Center
200 West Water Street Glasgow, KY. (270) 651-9792.
First Houchens Store
Mammoth Cave Wildlife Museum
409 E Happy Valley St., Cave City, KY 42127
Taxidermy collection of international wildlife!
The Veterans' Wall of Honor
This unique monument to honor all citizens, living and deceased, of Glasgow and Barren County who served this country in the Armed Forces. The Wall, located in the Beulah C. Nunn Park on the west corner of the South Public Square in Glasgow, provides a powerful reminder of Barren County’s rich military history. The park provides a quiet place to reflect on the men and women who fought for our country and the honor and courage they exemplified. Applications for adding a name to the Wall of Honor are available at Glasgow City Hall or the Glasgow-Barren County Chamber of Commerce.