1922 House Winery

1922 House Winery

1922 House is the newest winery to join the ranks of the fine tradition of Kentucky vineyards. Brian and Karla Young continue their family’s history of agriculture and distilling by turning Kentucky-grown grapes into specialty wines and crafting their own small-batch...
Asbury Theological Seminary

Asbury Theological Seminary

In 1923, Henry Clay Morrison began Asbury Theological Seminary with a class of three students. He fashioned a seal for the seminary, which reads “The Whole Bible for the Whole World.” When Morrison founded Asbury Theological Seminary, his mission was “to prepare and...
Asbury University Equine Center

Asbury University Equine Center

The Asbury Equine Center spreads across 343 acres of land overlooking the Kentucky Palisades. Riding trails and pastures, two outdoor and one indoor arena, horse and hay barns—this facility has an essential purpose in the community and among its students. The Asbury...
Blue Grass Sportsman’s League

Blue Grass Sportsman’s League

Established in 1945, the Blue Grass Sportsmen’s League is a non-profit organization dedicated to the conservation and the environment, hunter education, wildlife, and habitat restoration, and youth education in sportsmanship. As the most significant sporting league in...
Camp Nelson National Cemetery

Camp Nelson National Cemetery

In 1866, the United States government designated approximately eight acres here to establish a cemetery. Camp Nelson played a vital role in supplying the U.S. army with wagons, ambulances, artillery and supplies, had a 700-bed hospital on site to care for the sick and...
Camp Nelson National Monument

Camp Nelson National Monument

As the 3rd largest African-American enlistment center, Camp Nelson played a pivotal role in the lives of enslaved Americans in this region, and ultimately helped turn the tide to end slavery once and for all in the United States. Of the 180,000 African-American men...

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