Local Attractions

Historic downtown Warsaw has several homes & businesses with the charm of an Ohio River town. If you want to see it up close take the walking tour available at the Heritage Center. It will give you the opportunity to learn more about these...

We’ve traveled the world over, but there’s nothing like coming home. For us that means firing up the grill on our Kentucky estate, chatting around the fire with family and friends, and, of course, sipping a glass of the very best wine this side of...

Home of the Gallatin County Fair, tractor/truck pulls and other events.  Available all year are walking trails across this lovely rolling valley. The Park contains 156 acres, a fishing lake & a basketball court.  Rent the shelter for family picnics or the concession stand if...

Hartig Park is Gallatin County's newest Recreational Area. With it’s 500 Acres of Meadows, Hills, and Hollows. Hartig is a nature lovers dream come true. Primitive camping, kayaking, fishing, numerous hiking trails, some that lead to an overlook of the Ohio River. Include...

The Walking Tours brochures are available at the Heritage Center. Time touring our historic downtown will give you the opportunity to learn more about our historic town of Warsaw.  The Museum tours are available by calling, 859-567-2434 to setup your time to visit....

Kentucky Speedway is a 1.5-mile tri-oval speedway in Sparta, Kentucky, which has hosted ARCA, NASCAR and Indy Racing League racing annually since it opened in 2000.   1 Speedway Drive, Sparta, KY 41086 Phone: (859) 578-2300 https://www.kentuckyspeedway.com/...

To tour this log house located on the property of the Heritage Center please call.  It’s also a popular site for photo sessions. 2nd & East Pearl St, Warsaw, KY 859-567-2434...

The locks were started in March of 1956 and started operation in May of 1959. Dam construction started in April 1959 and was completed in June 1964. There is an observation platform so you can watch as boats navigate through the lock. Shaded...

Neeley Family Distillery is a small family owned and operated venue located in the rolling hills of the Kentucky bluegrass. The Neeley Family has been distilling and bootlegging illegally in the mountains of Eastern Kentucky for Eleven generations until 2015, when Tenth Generation Roy Neeley and Eleventh Generation Royce Neeley took the...

At this bend in The River the worst steamboat accident occurred in history of Ohio River travel. You’ll find the Historic Marker there that will tell this story. Barges today use caution when navigating this bend. With the rock wall framing the magnificent...