These 12 Beautiful Covered Bridges In Kentucky Will Remind You Of A Simpler Time
We don’t see a lot of covered bridges in Kentucky anymore, but they do still exist. A bridge can be a lot more than just a way to get to the other side. These bridges come with stories that reflect unique, yet simpler times in our state’s history.
Unfortunately, many of these traditional structures have been destroyed over the years, but we have a few Kentucky covered bridges that have been preserved.
Here are 12 covered bridges in Kentucky to remind us of simpler times when bridges had charm and style:
If only we could hear the stories these rustic, covered bridges in Kentucky have to tell, we’d probably be entertained for weeks. These are the oldest still-standing bridges that we are aware of, but we’re hoping there are still more historic covered bridges to be found.
What is your favorite covered bridge in the Bluegrass State? Are there any covered bridges near you? Let us know in the comments.
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Covered Bridges In Kentucky
November 01, 2021
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