Cave City is a small town that is also known as the cave capital of Kentucky. One of the highlights for visitors is Mammoth Cave National Park—a 53,000-acre attraction that borders Cave City and is the world’s longest cave system. Cave City is also referred to as Kentucky’s Zipline Capital, with multiple ziplines located within five miles of each other. From cave exploration to fossil finding, you’re guaranteed a full adventure during your next visit to Cave City.
Mammoth Cave National Park is one of the oldest tourist attractions in America, open to visitors since 1816. Check out formations that are over 200-years old, go on the Frozen Niagara Cave Tour, and visit Kentucky Action Park—an adventure hub that bandit Jesse James once roamed. Try on western clothing and make a memento at Old Time Photo, then head to Heirloom Trail, which connects Cave City’s multiple antique, consignment, and craft shops. Satisfy your sweet tooth in Chaser’s Chocolates, a specialty sweet shop that creates dark chocolate with cream centers containing various Kentucky liquors including bourbon, brandy, and rum. Check out the legendary horse racing history at Churchill Downs’ Kentucky Derby Museum, and the International Museum of the Horse at the Kentucky Horse Park. You can also visit the childhood home of Abraham Lincoln in Hodgenville, KY, and learn about famous Kentucky musicians at the Kentucky Music Hall of Fame Museum.
The city of Nashville, TN is just over a two-hour drive south from Cave City, while the capital of Frankfort is approximately two hours north via car. The town of Louisville, KY is a one-and-a-half hour drive from Cave City. Other fun nearby day trips include Barren River State Park in the city of Lucas, which is 30 minutes away, as well as Nolin Lake State Park in the city of Bee Spring, which is 39 minutes northwest of Cave City.
There are many great places to book a vacation home during your visit to Cave City. Relax in a tranquil cabin in the Lakes Region, or rent a lodge in the hills of the Outer Bluegrass regions. Old Lexington Road is a more rural and peaceful part of town where you can rent some large homes and estates for that countryside living experience.
A rental car is the most ideal way to get around Cave City and visit nearby towns and other places. The Greyhound Bus Line is a public form of transportation that services multiple stops through Kentucky, and taxis are another option for getting around.
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