Here Are 13 Things They Don’t Teach You About Kentucky In School

The catch phrase for our state is “Kentucky, where education pays,” but the system doesn’t teach us much about our actual state. We have the occasional field trip, which varies according to location, then you skip on to basics. There are a lot of interesting things to learn about Kentucky that stretch beyond a class room’s reach.

Here are 13 things we don’t learn about Kentucky in school:

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  1. 1. Cumberland Falls is magical.

    This is one of the few places in the world where you can see a moonbow. The environment has all the perfect elements to make it almost common here. Seeing a rainbow in the dark is possible if you happen to be at the falls.

There is so much more to learn about Kentucky than what is found in old textbooks. What interesting things about our state did you not learn in school?