Hop In The Car And Visit 7 Of Kentucky’s Covered Bridges In One Day

Covered bridges are a charming reminder of a bygone era, but are becoming increasingly harder to find. These winsome structures require extensive care and upkeep to maintain, and over the years, many have fallen victim to the wear and tear of time and use. That being said, there are still some spectacular covered bridges that have been carefully tended to over the years, and visiting these historic structures in person really is a delightful experience. Kentucky is home to a dozen covered bridges, each offering its own unique story. We’ve put together a day trip that allows you to see seven of Kentucky’s covered bridges in one day, for a delightful little adventure in The Bluegrass State!

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How many of these historic places have you visited before? Did you know Kentucky had so many covered bridges? If you take our Kentucky covered bridges day trip, be sure to share your experiences in the comments below!

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Address: AA Highway, Brooksville, KY 41004, USA
Address: Old Lee's Creek Rd, Dover, KY 41034, USA
Address: Cabin Creek Rd, Vanceburg, KY 41179, USA
Address: Goddard Covered Bridge, Hillsboro, KY 41049, USA
Address: KY-158, Hillsboro, KY 41049, USA
Address: Hillsboro, KY 41049, USA
Address: Covered Bridge Rd, Mt Olivet, KY 41064, USA