This is an incomplete list of National Historic Landmarks in Kentucky.

KY State Capitol


  • Burks' Distillery - The oldest active distillery in Kentucky
  • Ashland: The Henry Clay Home - located in Lexington, the home of Henry Clay
  • Fort Boonesborough State Park - One of the original settlements in Kentucky
  • Green River Shell Middens Archeological District - Late Archaic Period site
  • Indian Knoll - Archaic shell heap
  • Keeneland Race Course - Race track
  • Jacobs Hall, Kentucky School for the Deaf - Jacobs Hall is oldest remaining building at the Kentucky School for the Deaf.
  • Labrot & Graham's Old Oscar Pepper Distillery - Makers of Woodford Reserve
  • Liberty Hall - Home of John Brown, who helped Kentucky attain statehood
  • Lincoln Hall, Berea College - Building at Berea College, first biracial college in the United States
  • Dr. Ephraim McDowell House - Site of first successful ovariotomy, done by Ephraim McDowell
  • Mill Springs Battlefield - Where a Union victory ended Confederate defensive line in Kentucky in 1862
  • Old Morrison, Transylvania College - One of the first buildings of Transylvania University, the first college built west of the Appalachian Mountains
  • Old State House - Frankfort
  • Perryville Battlefield - Site of largest battle in Kentucky during the American Civil War
  • Shakertown at Pleasant Hill Historic District - Home of a Shaker community
  • Whitney M. Young Birthplace and Boyhood Home - Birthplace and childhood home of Whitney Young
  • Zion Meetinghouse and School
  • Adair County Courthouse
  • John Field House
  • Janice Holt and Henry Giles Log House
  • Daniel Trabue House
  • Dr. Nathan Gaither House




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