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Diverse Bowling Green, KY Attractions

Whatever your interests, you'll always be close to an array of fun things to do when you stay at our conveniently located hotel in the heart of Bowling Green. Explore the incredible passageways of Mammoth Cave National Park. Cheer on your favorite racer at Beech Bend Raceway. Spend quality time on the beautiful hilltop campus of Western Kentucky University. Get up-close-and-personal with the classic sports car at the National Corvette Museum. And see how the immensely popular American vehicle is lovingly assembled at the adjacent Corvette Plant. You'll find everything within easy reach of the hotel.
 
Mammoth Cave National Park at Bowling Green
Known as the longest cave system in the world, Mammoth boasts a whole host of intricate mazes. Take a tour or hike one of the many scenic trails in this amazing national park.
Beech Bend Raceway at Kentucky
Non-stop professional drag racing takes place at Beech Bend from May through November. Regular events include Tuesday Night Street Drags and Saturday Night Grudge Racing.
Western Kentucky University at Bowling Green
Known for its journalism, education, and engineering programs, WKU offers campus tours, which include stops at a residence hall, the student center, and the fitness facility.
National Corvette Museum at Kentucky

National Corvette Museum

Fans of the Corvette will be drawn to this museum that honors the classic Chevrolet sports car. The nearby Bowling Green Assembly Plant, which manufactures the vehicle, can be toured.
Corvette Plant at Bowling Green

Corvette Plant

There have been 1.6 million Corvettes manufactured, making it the longest-running, continuously produced passenger car in the world. Watch it get assembled in the enormous plant.

Lost River Cave in Bowling Green, Kentucky

Lost River Cave

A river makes its way through this seven-mile cave system that covers 68 acres. Activities include boat tours, exploring a butterfly habitat, hiking, and gem mining.
The Historic Railpark at Kentucky

The Historic Railpark

Experience the former Louisville & Nashville Railroad Station, which was built in 1925. More than half a century later, it was placed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Chaney's Dairy Barn at Kentucky

Chaney's Dairy Barn

There is no shortage of things to do on this working farm. Tour the premises to see the robotic milker in action, enjoy a scoop of homemade ice cream, and shop for crafts made by local artists.

SkyPac in Bowling Green

SKyPAC

Enjoy everything from hit Broadway musicals and holiday concerts to touring comedy shows and international ballet companies at the Southern Kentucky Performing Arts Center.

Jackson's Orchard at Kentucky

Jackson's Orchard

This 105-acre farm has been in business for over a century. Stop by from mid-April through mid-November for fresh peaches, cherries, and apples grown from the more than 7,000 trees.