The Most Photogenic Restroom In Kentucky Is A Historic Gas Station

We share several worthy roadside attractions in Kentucky that are unique, quirky, and oftentimes historic. From hillbilly gardens to dinosaur parks, there are plenty of interesting places to stop for a photo op. But this particular place may just be our first recommended restroom. The Standard Oil Station in Bowling Green is a historic roadside attraction in Kentucky that is also a public restroom at a local park. It’s not only filled with history, but makes for a photogenic roadside stop… as long as you only take the photos from the outside.

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Bowling Green is a great town in our state that’s worth a visit and you should stop by this historic roadside attraction in Kentucky. It’s an award-winning preservation project, that also happens to be a photogenic restroom, and a charming and quirky spot to visit in the Bluegrass. Have you stopped by this unique spot in Bowling Green? Dare we ask if you’ve used the restroom here? Share (some of) your experience with us in the comments!

For more information, visit the KY Tourism site. The station is located in Bowling Green at the corner of College Street and 7th Avenue.

And head over to our site for more bizarre roadside attractions in Kentucky.

Address: Bowling Green, KY, USA