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While in Kentucky, you might enjoy a visit to:
The town of Horse Cave was literally built around the giant sinkhole of Hidden River Cave. America's most polluted cave was then cleaned up and opened to tourists.
A surprising 351-foot-tall obelisk (fifth tallest cast-concrete monument in America) honoring the first President of the Confederate States of America.
A plaque on a small concrete pedestal remembers that Louisville was the home of the writers of the song "Happy Birthday to You."
The burial site of Floyd Collins, "Greatest Cave Explorer Ever Known," is near the cave that killed him.
Classic distraction on the road to Mammoth Cave, this souvenir/rock shop features dinosaurs, a fossilized skull and a series of black-lit rooms, including a perception distorto chamber, or whatever they call it.
Take a ski lift to the Wild West in the heart of Kentucky cave country. Confused?
Exhibits in the eclectic structure include 80+ Corvettes and one-of-a-kind concept cars, along with many rotating car exhibits. Fans flock from all over the world.
Big seated Lincoln statue, only a tad smaller than DC's enthroned President, was commissioned by a lawyer known as Mr. Social Security.
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