Alhambra Theatre Guided Tours
Go on a history-filled journey, from the inception of this historic landmark venue in 1928, all the way to its present-day incarnation as a celebrated regional entertainment venue.
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Stateline Whiskey Tour
3 Distilleries, 30 Miles, Countless Memories
Casey Jones Distillery | MB Roland Distillery | Old Glory Distilling Co.
Enjoy a self guided tour of distilleries across scenic Hopkinsville, Kentucky and historic Clarksville, Tennessee. Each distillery has its own special story and its own delicious spirits.
Take the tour with each distillery and get your passport stamped at each stop to receive a completion gift (ages 21+) at the final completed distillery tour!
Visit the Stateline Whiskey Tour Facebook page for more information.
Edgar Cayce Cell Phone Tour
Download the tour card to learn about the hometown locations of the ‘Sleeping Prophet,’ Edgar Cayce. Known as a great clairvoyant and the father of Holistic Medicine, Edgar Cayce held thousands of sessions, recognized as readings, about a broad variety of topics.
Download the Edgar Cayce Tour Card
African American History Cell Phone Tour
Welcome to Hopkinsville’s first African American History Cell Phone Tour. Sure to be appreciated by visitors and locals alike, this FREE tour may be enjoyed in about one hour and features eighteen snapshots of our rich local history.
Download the African American History Tour Card
Take the virtual African American History Tour here
Murals Across the County
Take yourself on a mural scavenger hunt around downtown Hopkinsville and throughout Christian County to hunt for beautiful pieces of art in our community.
Downtown Walking Tour
Download this brochure and learn about the history and architecture found as you take our Downtown Walking Tour.
Download the Downtown Walking Tour Card
The Labyrinth at Grace Episcopal Church
The 11-circuit stone labyrinth in front of the historic Grace Episcopal Church is modeled after the labyrinth at Chartres Cathedral in France and mirrors an almost identical labyrinth outside Edgar Cayce’s A.R.E. in Virginia Beach.