Take A Thrilling Road Trip To The 6 Most Abandoned Places In Kentucky
There’s something eerily alluring about abandoned places that makes us want to explore them, and imagine what it used to be like. There are a lot of abandoned places in Kentucky, ranging from houses to barns to stores and more, but this road trip will take you to some of the most well known abandoned spots in the state. We recommend breaking this trip into a couple of days, and as always, please be safe when exploring the area. Don’t go inside anywhere that doesn’t look safe, and if there are No Trespassing signs, be sure to admire the sight from afar, where it is both legal and safe.
The map is below, but if there are more abandoned places in Kentucky that you know of that aren’t listed, click here to adjust the map however you like.
Kentucky offers all sorts of excitement and if you love a good scare or mysterious story, you’ll love this road trip in Kentucky. Have you visited these creepy abandoned places in Kentucky? What other stops could be added to this road trip? Share your thoughts with us in the comments!
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January 14, 2020
What is the most famous abandoned place in Kentucky?
There are many abandoned places in Kentucky, some of which have received a new life and others that are waiting and hoping for that to happen. Of course some of these places do end up being demolished, while others just sit as some of the creepiest places in Kentucky. The most famous abandoned place in Kentucky is likely Waverly Hills, described above. But for more of these haunting and fascinating places, check out our previous article.
What is the most haunted place in Kentucky?
With a history like Kentucky’s, there are bound to be many haunted places that are filled with ghost stories. Whether you believe in this sort of thing or not, it’s hard to deny that some of these places are downright creepy. Check out 10 of the most haunted places in Kentucky on this chilling road trip.
Can I go ghost hunting in Kentucky?
Of course you can! Many of these haunted places in Kentucky are open to the public, especially hotels, parks, and historic sites. You can check them out for yourself. Or for a guided experience, sign up for a ghost hunt in the middle of the night at Waverly Hills.
I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. I have lived elsewhere twice, but keep coming back. I'm a video editor and freelance writer who enjoys watching people wearing University of Louisville uniforms excel at sports, scaling the faces of large rocks, and hanging out with my border collie/laborador/cattle dog mutt thingy that I have.
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