Christian County prides itself in its vast array of tourist attractions and activities.
Adventure, history and mystery await you around every corner as you explore Hopkinsville and Christian County, Kentucky. For a vibrant arts community, outdoor adventures galore, unique boutiques and one-of-a-kind restaurants – we have you covered!
Tours of Hopkinsville
Behind the scenes Ebonite Bowling Ball Facility
Did you know . . . 500,000+ Bowling Balls are produced at Ebonite in Hopkinsville each year! Sign up to take a Behind-the-Scenes Tour of the production facility and see how these top-notch bowling balls are created! (Tours are held quarterly.)
View Ebonite Display at Hopkinsville Visitors Center
Edgar Cayce Tour
Learn about the hometown locations of the ‘Sleeping Prophet,’ Edgar Cayce. Known as a great clairvoyant and the father of Holistic Medicine, Edgar Cayce held thousands of sessions, recognized as readings, about a broad variety of topics.
Download the Edgar Cayce Tour Card
African American History Cell Phone Tour
Hopkinsville’s first African American History Cell Phone Tour. Sure to be appreciated by visitors and locals alike, this FREE tour may be enjoyed in about one hour and features eighteen snapshots of our rich local history.
Download the African American History Tour Card
Downtown Walking Tour
Download this brochure and learn about the history and architecture found as you take our Downtown Walking Tour.
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The Labyrinth at Grace Episcopal Church
The 11-circuit stone labyrinth in front of the historic Grace Episcopal Church is modeled after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France and mirrors an almost identical labyrinth outside Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in Virginia Beach.
Our quiet rural community is most popularly known as “The Hometown of Fort Campbell”, a bedroom community nestled outside the gates of the 101st Airborne Division. We are definitely proud of our 101st Screaming Eagles. In addition, Oak Grove is surrounded by outdoor recreational areas, museums, music venues, antique stores, small-town festivals and more.
1890’s School House
The Oak Grove School, a one room schoolhouse dating back to the late 1800’s or early 1900’s. The Tourism Commission relocated the building to the War Memorial Walking Trail and began restoring this important piece of Oak Grove History.
Don F. Pratt Memorial Museum
Located within Fort Campbell, the museum traces the history of the “Screaming Eagles” from World War II engagements to Vietnam to current operations in Iraq and Afghanistan. The museum contains many artifacts from the historic parachute drop into Normandy prior to D-Day and the evolution of today’s only “Air Assault Division”.
Jefferson Davis Monument
This 351 foot concrete obelisk was constructed to honor Jefferson Davis; the President of the Confederacy during the Civil War. The monument is located at the site of Davis’s birth. An elevator ascends to an observation room for a panoramic view. There is a visitor center, a gift shop, a playground and a picnic area on the grounds.
MB Roland Distillery
A small-scale farm distillery using local grains to produce quality, handmade distilled spirits. To include various whiskies, and our authentic “True Kentucky Shine” Open for tours, tastings and product sales at our distillery located off I-24 Exit 89. Tours typically last anywhere from 10 to 20 minutes, depending on how many questions are asked. Make sure to check out their events page for more information on events such as; “Pickin’ on the Porch,” “Vintage & Crafts Fair,” and their all new “Summer Tiki Party!
War Memorial Park
This park offers a variety of venues for your pleasure: The War Memorial Walking Trail, The Victory Playground, the Viceroy Performing Arts Center and the Valor Hall Conference & Event Center.