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I went in looking for local watercolors and the staff directed me to Honeysuckle Vine. They also had displayed some of the artist's work.
This is basically a welcome center without many things that represent the area. It has restrooms and brochures, information of the...More
These folks go out of their way to be helpful plus it’s a historic old building. Their are plenty of helpful brochures and clean restrooms. Do check out the L&N memorabilia toward the back. There is also plenty of parking.
How quaint this welcome center is, built in an old train station. It's worth a stop in, even if you don't need information. They can give you information on the history of Bees, the local area, and special sites and artisan spots you won't want...More
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