Old Fort Harrod State Park is one of Kentucky's 49 State Parks. We commemorate the First Permanent Settlement West of the Allegheny Mountains. The town was founded by James Harrod on June 16th, 1774 and a fort built the following year.
Weds - Saturday 9 - 5 pm
Sunday noon - 5:00 pm
100 South College Street
A performing arts place that specializes in coaching, teaching and developing acts and talents. Often books celebrity artists for concerts and development workshops.
223 South Main Street
Call (859) 734-4394
Designed to mirror the shale palisades along the Kentucky River in Mercer County, the fountain in Olde Towne Park is a sculpture in itself.
Main Street in downtown Harrodsburg
Free - open to the public 24/7
Downtown public library.
109 West Lexington Street
Mon, Tue, Th 9-7:30p; Weds 9-5:30p; Fri & Sat 9-5; Sun 1-5p
Local historical society, chartered in 1908. The Harrodsburg Historical Society / Harrodsburg Genealogy & Research Library are dedicated to preserving the history of Harrodsburg & Mercer County.
Sun & Mon Closed
Tues 10 - 4, Weds, Thurs & Fri 1 - 4,
1st & 3rd Sat 1 - 4
Out of town visitors may schedule an appointment for 2 & 4th Sat
220 South Chiles Street
Call: (859) 734-5985
Billiards and special events such as Karaoke. Full menu available.
110 West Broadway Street
Open: Mon, Weds, Thurs: 6a - 6p
Tues. Fri. Sat. 6a - 10 p
Call (859) 325-5772