Danville and Boyle County are great places to discover Kentucky's rich history, unique small town charm, and stunning landscapes. Come see us!
Arts, Entertainment, AttractionsNarrow search by:Museum containing artifacts, photographs, and other information about the famous Battle of Perryville. Walking tour of 35 historic homes.216 S. Buell StreetPerryville, KY 40422Museum showcasing life for deaf students in 19th-century Danville at one of the only institutions of its kind of the time. Tour dormitories and classrooms inside a beautiful historic building.202 S. Second StDanville, KY 40422Over 200 intricate and beautifully detailed miniature buildings and scenes from throughout history and across the globe.344 Swope DriveDanville, KY 4042272-mile scenic drive through areas related to President Abraham Lincoln.105 E. Walnut StreetDanville, KY 40422The perfect place for your children to run, tumble and play on a variety of inflatables.471 Whirlaway DriveDanville, KY 40422Local park with walking trails, playgrounds, pavilions, baseball fields, basketball and tennis courts, and Danville's only disc golf course.826 Crosshill RoadDanville, KY 40422Tour the home of Dr. Ephraim McDowell, a pioneering 19th-century surgeon who performed the first successful ovariotomy in the world. View the operating room, apothecary, and private rooms.125 South Second StreetDanville, KY 40422A series of original 1800s buildings with restaurant, gift shops, and museums in historic downtown Perryville.216 Buell Street,Perryville, KY 40468Home to the historic Old Crow Inn and a local winery.473 Stanford Ave.Danville, KY 40422Museum featuring information, memorabilia, and historical artifacts about Abraham Lincoln, whose grandmother lived in the Forkland area of Boyle County for over 30 years.16479 Forkland Rd.Forkland Community CenterGravel Switch, KY 40328The Community Arts Center creates transformative arts opportunities for every member of the community by providing a variety of programs.401 West Main StreetDanville, KY 40422The maternal side of President Lincoln's family has been largely neglected by historians, and the Forkland Lincoln Museum attempts to remedy that with documents and other records. We invite you to come and experience what life was like in Forkland's past.16479 Forkland RdGravel Switch, KY 40328A beautiful community park with walking trails, duckpond, pavilions and playgrounds, as well as athletic facilities.1000 Cunningham WayDanville, KY 40422A group dedicated to researching, celebrating and rediscovering the unique history of the people of the Boyle County and Danville areas.Danville, KY 40422A 3/8-mile red clay racetrack known as ''Kentucky's Baddest Bullring.''365 Phillips LaneJunction City, KY 40440The oldest country store in America in continuous ownership and operation by the same family, it also served as the community's first post office beginning in 1882.257 Penn's Store RoadGravel Switch, KY 40328Tour historic Merchants Row and hear haunting tales of Civil War soldiers, merchants and residents.216 S. Buell StreetPerryville, KY 40422A 500-acre preserve and sanctuary for native species, featuring a Nature Center and bird blind as well as hiking trails.600 Carpenter Creek RoadParksville , KY 40464Our local bowling alley is the perfect destination for birthdays, family get-togethers, or just a night out with friends.1050 E. Lexington Rd.Danville, KY 40422The birthplace of Kentucky's statehood; tour the site of the signing of the Constitution, a frontier jail and meetinghouse, as well as the first post office west of the Alleghenies.105 E. Walnut StreetDanville, KY 40422Family entertainment venue offering rollerskating, laser tag, an arcade, and snack bar.3846 S. Danville BypassDanville, KY 40422Commemorates the 1956 filming of ''Raintree County,'' starring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, some of which took place in Danville.840 Stanford Rd.Danville, KY 4042218-hole, 72 par golf course overlooking scenic Lake Herrington.1 Old Bridge Rd.Danville, KY 40422Experience 1862 during the re-enactment of the Battle of Perryville and watch history unfold before your eyes. On October 8-9, 2016 you can witness those who fought on the hallowed grounds where they engaged.1825 Battlefield RoadPerryville, KY 40468For more than 30 years, West T. Hill has been Danville's community theater, showcasing local talent in a lineup of diverse shows each season.117 Larrimore LaneDanville, KY 40422Indoor cycling now available. A social center for nourishing the body and enriching the mind through phenomenal fitness, fun events, and fabulous food and drink.219 W. Main StreetDanville, KY 40422Local country club that offers golf, dining, tennis and swimming amenities.1486 Lexington RoadDanville, KY 40422Discover the perfect custom door hanger and home décor, or take a painting class.475 W. Main StreetDanville, KY 40422Family cemetery of first Kentucky governor Isaac Shelby, nestled within beautiful rolling farmland that was once Shelby's estate.6725 KY Hwy. 300Junction City, KY 40440Home museum and research center offering a unique atmosphere in which to indulge genealogical interests in the Jones or other difficult surnames.243 North Third StreetDanville, KY 40422Houses studios and classrooms for Centre College students and faculty; includes hot glass studio and AEGON gallery with rotating exhibits.600 West Walnut StreetDanville, KY 40422An independent, family owned seed company that offers seasonal tours of its operations.1921 Bluegrass PikeDanville, KY 40422A destination library in the heart of downtown Danville with beautiful architecture and rotating art exhibits, as well as an interactive children's area.307 W. BroadwayDanville, KY 40422Kentucky's oldest outdoor theatre, offering delicious meals before performances and a full lineup of summer productions.840 Stanford AvenueDanville, KY 40422One of the region's best performing arts venues, hosting world-renowned performers from across the nation and around the globe.600 West Walnut StreetDanville, KY 40422
Danville/Boyle County Convention and Visitors Bureau
105 East Walnut Street Danville, KY 40422
Phone: 859-236-7794 or 859-236-2361
Visitors Center Open Mon - Fri 9am-Noon & 1-4pm
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