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Editor’s Note: Hours after completing this article on March 24, 2021, we learned that The Mother Goose Inn suffered a devastating situation. The top of building – the iconic goose head – has crumbled to the ground. Efforts are already underway to repair this historic building. You can stay up-to-date with the Inn on its Facebook page and if you feel moved to help in any way, please check out the Go Fund Me page.

When traveling around the great state of Kentucky, it’s exciting to find the most unique places to spend the night. Here in the Bluegrass State, you can sleep in a jail cell, a castle, a covered wagon, and now you can even spend the night inside a goose! Probably didn’t see that one coming! You may be familiar with the “Mother Goose House” in Hazard that’s been a popular roadside attraction for years. Well, it is now known as The Mother Goose Inn in Kentucky and this quirky, yet charming overnight destination is one to add to that bucket list.

Step inside a fairy tale and spend the night at The Mother Goose Inn in Kentucky. It’s already known as a quirky roadside attraction in Hazard, but now you can stop by the shop and even rest your head inside what may just be the most unique overnight destination in Kentucky. Have you passed by the goose in Hazard? Did you know you could now spend the night? Share your experience with us in the comments!

For more information and to check availability, visit The Mother Goose Inn website and also follow along with them on Facebook to see what to expect inside the shop.

And while you are in the area, take in the surroundings with a beautiful scenic drive through the mountains of Kentucky.

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