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See the City

Get a glimpse of Bowling Green, KY by clicking on the arrows in the photo rotator, then take a deeper look by exploring the galleries below.

Lost River Cave in Bowling Green, KY

At Lost River Cave, visitors walk along the riverbank and make their way to the cave entrance, where they embark on an underground boat tour in the cool 57-degree air.

Three Springs Road in Bowling Green, KY

Farms along Three Springs Road ““ the southern edge of Bowling Green ““ offer a rural atmosphere with the convenience of city life just a short drive away.

Farms along Three Springs Road in Bowling Green, KY

Farms along Three Springs Road – the southern edge of Bowling Green – offer a rural atmosphere with the convenience of city life just a short drive away.

The Capitol Arts Theatre in Bowling Green, KY

The Capitol Arts Theatre, Bowling Green's performing arts center, overlooks downtown's historic Fountain Square.

Fruit of the Loom Headquarters in Bowling Green, KY

Headquartered in Bowling Green, Fruit of the Loom manufactures underwear, T-shirts, fleece and casual wear for men, women, and children.

Downtown Bowling Green, KY

The crescent moon shines brightly in the sky above a downtown façade.

Victory Baptist Church in Bowling Green, KY

Stained glass windows at Victory Baptist Church in Bowling Green, KY

The Historic Nahm Building in Bowling Green, KY

Now home to the upscale 440 Main Restaurant & Bar, the historic Nahm building dates to the 18th century and has housed a dry goods store, skating rink, dance hall, USO, university and auto store over the years.

Henry Hardin Cherry Hall at Western Kentuky University in Bowling Green, KY

Henry Hardin Cherry Hall is a building on the campus of Western Kentucky University. It is named for Henry Hardin Cherry, who founded the Bowling Green Normal School, the forerunner of the modern university.

A basset hound at the Ironwood mansion
Western Kentucky University