The inn is a two-story double log house with a large central chimney between two original wings. Built around 1801, the inn was tended in its early years by Thomas Bolin Munford, brother to the founder of Munfordville. According to legend, it was one of the most famous inns of what was known as “the West” and was especially renowned for its food and the genial, intelligent host’s hospitality. coordinates: +37.26889, -85.88916
Dennison’s Roadside Market offering seasonal flowers and plants, fruits and vegetables, jams and jellies, Amish baskets, crafts and more. Featuring Kentucky Proud products, Chaney’s Ice Cream, Penn’s Country Hams, crafts and more. Pick your own berries and pumpkins in season, autumn activities, seasonal hours. coordinates: 37.179935, -85.8312895
One of the most beautiful caves in America, Cub Run Cave offers a half-mile tour (1 ½ hours) on an elevated wooden walkway (easy walking) cascaded with thousands of beautiful formations, such as flow stone, cave bacon, cave popcorn, rim stone dams, cave corals, stalactites and stalagmites. In addition to the formations, there is a natural pool that was formed by a dip from the cave ceiling. Cub Run Cave has the distinction of being one of the four caves in the United States to have the rare form
Country Girl at Heart Farm Bed & Breakfast is a green-built, refurbished farmhouse on a 140-acre working sustainable farm & offers an environmentally-friendly working farm experience “where you can get your hands dirty or just put your feet up.” Join in the farm chores or simply relax in the rustic-elegance atmosphere. Five themed bedrooms with unique private baths. Large meeting space will accommodate groups up to 50. coordinates: 37.38092, -86.00375.
Green River Park & Arboretum is located on the banks of the beautiful Green River in historic Downtown Munfordville. The park has much to offer for both locals or those visiting us from other areas. You will find a playground area for the kids, disc golf, hiking, camping, and a boat ramp that can be used for boating, canoeing, kayaking or fishing. There are also several picnic shelters available for an afternoon in the park.
Battle for the Bridge Historic Preserve protects 219 acres of the Munfordville Battlefield, site of three Civil War battles, including the Sept. 14-17, 1862 Battle and Siege of Munfordville, perhaps the most strategically important battle in the Commonwealth’s Civil War history. A 2.25 mile interpretive trail is available featuring vistas of the Green River railroad bridge and Fort Craig.