Danville, KY offers a bevy of can’t-miss things to do, from attending special events, to getting involved in the arts and learning about local history; to dining at independent restaurants and staying active at area parks. Check out the following articles to get an inside look at how Danville, KY will keep you entertained.
Groups collaborate to celebrate local African-American history.
Historic preservation, restoration mean more vital downtowns
Area businesses give adult beverage culture refreshing twists
Go play at numerous venues throughout the region.
Offerings include museums, galleries, festivals and historic sites.
A diverse selection of local eateries and familiar names gives Danville diners plenty to savor.
Danville’s Main Street – and beyond – is thriving
Danville's expanding arts, dining and cultural options are making it the area's recreation destination.
The Danville, Kentucky area has a mix of great restaurants.
Herrington Lake in Danville, KY, gives water lovers a place to play.
Mallard’s Restaurant in Danville, KY is a great place to have lunch, dinner or a late-night snack.
Penn's Store in Danville, KY is the oldest store in America operated by a single family.
Burke’s Bakery, Melton’s Great American Deli, Bluegrass Pizza and Pub, and more
Danville, KY residents hosts annual festivals celebrating barbecue, music, history, beer and more.
Hundreds of re-enactors travel to community each October to stage the Battle of Perryvilllle
Myrtle’s Market on Main, Saffron’s Funky Finds, Lee Stephens, A&L Accessories, and more
The 150th anniversary of the Battlefield of Perryville takes place in October 2012
Forget all the clichés you’ve heard about small towns as cultural backwaters
The theater welcomes community input and hosts a play-reading week in March
Danville, KY is home to various cultural opportunities such as festivals, museums, historical sites, and more.
See a play, view history, visit downtown and more
Thanks to a donation in the memory of a beloved pet, Danville's Millennium Park has its own dog park
An assortment of unique and traditional restaurant options await those who visit or reside in Danville, KY.
The 500-acre, Central Kentucky Wildlife Refuge bordering the North Rolling Fork River is a protected area of Danville, KY that has been set aside as a permanent sanctuary.