Historic Plaza Theatre

115 East Main Street
Glasgow, Kentucky 42141


The Plaza Theatre, a 1,019 seat proscenium theatre, is a restored and renovated vaudeville and movie house from the 1930s. It hosts a variety of events, including national touring acts, local performance groups, lectures, meetings, and private functions. It also hosts a film series. The theatre is a historic landmark in Glasgow and serves South Central Kentucky.


Horse Cave Cultural District

100 East Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749


More than 50 buildings are listed as a National Register of Historic Places Commercial District in this lovely historic downtown with restored iron storefronts and colorful awnings. The Horse Cave Cultural District, one of the first in the state certified by the Kentucky Arts Council, is anchored by the Kentucky Repertory Theatre and the American Cave Museum. Hidden River Cave snakes under the streets and sidewalks, and the history of a town that developed on top of a cave is shared through stories on the award-winning Horse Cave Stories Cell Phone Tour and website www.horsecavestories.com.  Catch a professional production, tour the museum and cave, shop for a book or gift, and enjoy the free Thursday evening bluegrass jams at the historic Thomas House. On the award-winning streetscape, you can even trace the pathway of the cave that runs under your feet.

Jammin' on the Porch

111 East Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749


Bring your instrument and join in with other local musicians at the historic Thomas House in Horse Cave's Cultural District. Look for the sign on Main Street.  Jams start at 6:00 pm central time. It's free, and everyone is invited to come and enjoy the music.

Kentucky Museum

1400 Kentucky St.
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
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Learn about one of Kentucky's most famous personalities in Recommended by Duncan Hines, look at life during the Civil War through simulated scenes including a soldier's campsite, general store, and slave cabin.  View images, stories and artifacts of Kentucky soldiers, slaves and civilians.  Visit the new Snell-Franklin Decorative Arts Gallery showcasing social culture in the form of furniture, paintings and many pieces dating from 1300 B.C. to late 1900s.  The newest exhibit feature The Richardson Quilt Gallery and Instruments of American Excellence.

Kentucky Repertory Theatre

107 East Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749


You'll enjoy world-class professional productions of drama, comedy, musicals, and the classics at this modern, indoor theatre located in the Horse Cave Cultural District. Kentucky Rep was selected by USA Today as "One of the 10 best places to see the lights way off Broadway." Contact them to see what's onstage while you're in the area.


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