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American Cave Museum

   
117 E. Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42127
www.hiddenrivercave.com

270-786-1466

The American Cave Museum has been honored by the Nature Conservancy Magazine as "a little bit of Smithsonian in rural Kentucky." Exhibits include: bats, blind fish and other cave animals; prehistoric and modern cave explorers; saltpeter mining; groundwater science and cave geology: and the cave wars. Located adjacent to Hidden River Cave.
 

American Cave Museum

   
117 E. Main Street
Horse Cave, Kentucky 42749
www.cavern.org

270-786-1466

The American Cave Museum has been honored by the Nature Conservancy Magazine as "a little bit of Smithsonian in rural Kentucky." Exhibits include: bats, blind fish and other cave animals; prehistoric and modern cave explorers; saltpeter mining; groundwater science and cave geology: and the cave wars. Located adjacent to Hidden River Cave.
 

Aviation Heritage Park

   
1825 Three Springs Road
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104
www.aviationheritagepark.com

270-779-4186

A memorial to all distinguished aviators who have called South Central Kentucky home. Aviation Heritage Park currently features an Air-Force F-40 Phantom and a Navy F9F-5 Panther, Brigadier General Dan Cherry, a Bowling Green native, downed a North Vietnamese MIG-21 while at the controls of the Phantom on display.  Flying-a Panther jet.  Commander Johnny Magda, a graduate of WKU, commanded the famed Navy Blue Angels 1950.  A T-33 Shooting Star, honoring Glasgow native General Russ Dougherty, is the newest addition to the park.  Open daily down to dusk.
 

Aviation Heritage Park

   
1825 Three Springs Road
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42104
www.aviationheritagepark.com

270-779-4186

A memorial to all distinguished aviators who have called South Central Kentucky home. Aviation Heritage Park currently features an Air-Force F-40 Phantom and a Navy F9F-5 Panther, Brigadier General Dan Cherry, a Bowling Green native, downed a North Vietnamese MIG-21 while at the controls of the Phantom on display.  Flying-a Panther jet.  Commander Johnny Magda, a graduate of WKU, commanded the famed Navy Blue Angels 1950.  A T-33 Shooting Star, honoring Glasgow native General Russ Dougherty, is the newest addition to the park.  Open daily down to dusk.