The Kentucky Fudge Company is in an old building built back in 1865. Here you’ll still find original curved glass display cases, glass front cherry cabinetry, old tile and oak floors, leaded glass and pressed tin ceilings. It has been many things over the years but now is home to a restaurant, bakery and fudge shop!
Check out their awesome menu!
This is an interesting little shop in Harrodsburg where you can find neat gifts or a place to get some antique shopping done.
It’s a charming little shop that would make a fun stop when you come though this terminal!
They do not have a website but you can find them at
540 N College St, Harrodsburg, KY 40330
Here is what they say about their shop.
Primitive/Country/Colonial Craft & Antique Mall featuring home decor, candles, primitives, berry items, antiques, furniture, etc. Our motto is “Just Like Being At Home. . .”
A full-scale replica of the fort built by James Harrod in 1774 is the centerpiece of Old Fort Harrod State Park in Harrodsburg, KY. Cabins and blockhouses are furnished with handmade utensils, furniture, crude tools and implements used by the pioneers. The park complex also features the historic Mansion Museum, George Rogers Clark Federal Monument, Lincoln Marriage Temple, and oldest cemetery west of the Alleghenies.
The Lincoln Marriage Temple is one of the stops along Kentucky’s Lincoln Heritage Trail.
Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is a landmark destination rooted in the spirit of the Kentuckians that called this place home for more than a century. Discover inspiring legacies, fresh-air adventures and spirited hospitality throughout Shaker Village’s 3,000 acres. Onsite amenities include overnight accommodations, dining and catering services, retail shops, historical exhibitions and tours, a farm and garden area, a nature preserve, multi-use trail system, riverboat rides, equestrian stable and an extensive calendar of special programs, activities and events.
Explore the unique Kentucky River Palisades by riverboat, kayak or foot. Shaker Landing provides one of the few public access points to the sweeping Kentucky River Palisades, with steep, scenic gorges and limestone outcroppings that stretch for miles.
The Kentucky River was a source of livelihood for the Pleasant Hill Shakers and regular trading expeditions ventured as far as New Orleans. The same landing used by the Shakers is now the launching point of the Dixie Belle, Shaker Village’s 115-passenger paddlewheeler. Hike a Shaker roadbed built in 1826 or drive the scenic road to Shaker Landing. The 400-foot descent will take you through rock formations between 400 and 500 million years old. Along the river’s edge, find river bottom hardwoods, spring waterfalls and the sheer vertical cliffs of the Palisades.