Cumberland Falls State Park - Located in Corbin in southeastern Kentucky. The main attraction at the park is the Cumberland Falls which is sometimes called the Little Niagara or Niagara of the South. The falls are 68 feet high and 125 feet wide. Under a full moon on clear nights, a moonbow is sometimes formed by the mist from the falls. Fishing, camping, birdwatching, 17 miles of hiking trails, rafting, swimming and horseback riding are some of the many other activities at this state park. The newest activity is the Cumberland Falls Mining Company where you can discover gemstones and fossils at the gemstone flume.
Jenny Wiley Theatre - Nestled in the beautiful natural surroundings of the Appalachian Mountains within the boundaries of Jenny Wiley State Resort Park, the theatre remains one of the nations leading outdoor amphitheatres.
Paramount Arts Center - The Paramount was one of the first transitional theatres built for "talking pictures" and was to be a model theatre for others around the country to showcase films produced by Paramount Studios.
Hal Rogers Family Entertainment Center - The center includes an 18,000 square ft. wave pool, a drift river, a kiddy activity pool, a triple slide complex, a double slide tower, a go-kart track, a championship miniature golf course, an arcade, a batting cage, and a driving range.
The Highlands Museum & Discovery Center - Interactive exhibits, educational experiences and innovative programs, both cultural and historical, celebrate the past, explore the present, and enrich the future.
Kentucky Music Hall of Fame - Honors Kentucky performers, songwriters, publishers, promoters, managers, broadcasters comedians and other music professionals who have made significant contributions to the music industry in Kentucky and around the world.
Cumberland Inn Museum - Hosts a variety of attractive displays. Among them you will find the Cumberland College archives, several stamp, coin, arrowhead, and nutcracker collections, along with other interesting collections. However, when you visit you must not fail to see the Henkelmann Life Science Collection.
Renfro Valley Entertainment Center - Be entertained with great songs and wholesome family comedy. Headliner concerts feature such stars as Loretta Lynn, Patty Loveless, Randy Travis, Statler Brothers, Ricky Van Shelton, and more. Festivals are filled with old-time tradition. You'll want to be a part of the Old Joe Clark Bluegrass Festival, All Night Gospel Sing, Appalachian Harvest Festival and Fiddlers' Festival.
Gusto Theatre Co - Dedicated to producing exciting works of Theatre that entertain as well as educate all participants. Productions are fast paced and fun, the way Theatre should be done!
Sandy Creek Golf Course - Many say that Sandy Creek Golf Course is the Tri-State's most golfer friendly course. It is a place where you can have a great time, pay a fair price.
Kentucky Folk Art Center - Features the Lovena and William Richardson Gallery a museum installation of 115 pieces from the Center's 740 piece collection of folk art and the Garland & Minnie Adkins Gallery, which showcases the ever changing special exhibits.
Big Sandy Heritage Center - Housed in the historic railroad station in downtown Pikeville. Here you will find dozens of exhibits that portray the rich history and culture of Eastern Kentucky.
Kentucky Reptile Zoo - See cobras, mambas, rattlesnakes, alligators, turtles and giant pythons. Come enjoy this unique blend of science and entertainment by visiting the educational reptile display, near Natural Bridge State Park.
Big South Fork Scenic Railway - Operates over the historic trackage of the Kentucky and Tennessee Railway and is situated in the heart of the beautiful Appalachian Mountains. Visit the Stearns Museum (admission included in train ticket) to see how the coal company towns operated and the lifestyle of their people.