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All reviewstrain depotold townladies workinggreat placetourist informationstep back in timegreat historyvisitor's centerroad triplog cabinworth a stopclean restroomsarts and craftsartisan centergift shopon displayfor sale
Very welcoming! We stopped by on our way through the town. The person behind the counter let us know about the Learn series coming up. Sadly we do not have enough time to do that, but will surely return another year.
Art's Alive! That's the slogan you'll see associated with Berea KY. Most of the art falls into the artisan category--pottery, weaving, quilting, woodoworking. There's a definite Appalachian flair that permeates but doesn't oerwhelm.
Park free and enter the visitor's center for guidance to other centers,...More
People at the Welcome Center were very helpful with information that I was looking for. Very much a "Southern Hospitality" setting. I was directed to some great people that I could very easily call "Friend".
When the depot was complete, it was the only brick station between Lexington, KY and Knoxville, TN. It is now the only brick depot left standing between Cincinnati, OH and Knoxville, TN.In the mind 1970’s, after sitting empty for six years, the depot building was...More
Must stop at start of visit, or call before visit to get a great list of activities going on during your stay. Loved the building it was great to wonder around in.
They had everything you need to truly enjoy your visit. The visitor center...More
This is a desirable place to stop on I-75 south. We were able to browse artisan quality works, while stretching our cramped legs. Our dog enjoyed walking around the building and grassy walkways. We enjoyed eating homemade sandwiches in the café, and choosing a take-out...More
This place has it all! We stopped here on a road trip and had a wonderful homemade meal for lunch (I had the quiche and loved it) - main dish, choice of two sides and roll or corn bread for $7.25. Then we looked around...More
We stopped here to get information about this lovely old town. The lady in the visitor's center gave us information about local places of interest and maps. If you are visiting Berea for the first time, stop here and they will help with your visit.