We stopped here (with a tour group) on our way down to Tennessee and on our way back. Firstly, they have a FANTASTIC little cafe with many different food options and to my surprise... the food options were quite affordable AND delicious. There were so many sandwiches, soup, salad bar, hot food (assuming it varies) dessert, drink options that EVERYONE was able to find something even our people with gluten and dairy allergies. Additionally, if you are a group leader, you can get a free meal at the front check in desk when you provide information about your group. What a fantastic and nice touch! There is an outdoor eating area which looked really nice (it was a bit chilly when we were there so we weren't able to take advantage)
They have SO MANY beautiful items made in Kentucky for sale. Many artists have pottery, jewelry, paintings, candles, metal works... you name it and it is probably there. The items in the artistry area are more expensive (but you would expect this I think because most are handmade) but definitely worth looking at, even if you don't purchase! To be honest... I didn't buy a single item in Tennessee but I bought a lovely jewelry holder from this place and wanted to buy so much more.
Their restrooms are very clean and spacious, so even if you just need to use those... worth the stop!
Wheelchair friendly as well and a VERY friendly staff.
I will be stopping again!
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