Located in the geographic center of the state, it's the
true Heart of Kentucky . . .

Earthquake? Nope. But things never stop moving in Lebanon, Marion County's largest city. With its lively downtown full of eclectic dining and entertainment to its festivals, historic homes and landmarks, along with its rich Civil War and religious heritage, Lebanon keeps a steady beat.
  • Tour Maker's Mark Distillery, a beautifully restored 19th century distillery
  • 30 special events and festivals including Marion County Ham Days and Live in Lebanon Concert series
  • Unique Shops
  • Lebanon National Cemetery - final resting place of many Union soldiers
  • Graham Memorial Park with heated indoor pool and 100 foot winding waterslide
  • Tee it up at the Lebanon Country Club or Rosewood Golf Club
Lebanon is in close proximity to larger cities but has preserved its small-town way of life and peaceful rural qualities, just the right mix for a great weekend getaway.

Lebanon Tourist & Convention Commission
239 N. Spalding Ave., Ste. 200
Lebanon, KY 40033
(270) 692-0021
www.visitlebanonky.com

WMTH CORPORATION PO BOX 51153 BOWLING GREEN, KY 42102 PHONE (270) 792-5300 FAX (270) 721-0004