Radcliff is a home rule-class city in Hardin County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 21,692 at the 2010 census, and in 2016 the estimated population was 22,490. It is included in the Elizabethtown–Fort Knox Metropolitan Area.
Restaurants in Radcliff
4.5 based on 57 reviews
My husband and I came here every week after we got married to just relax and spend time together. There are so many trails to hike, you can play in the river, and there's a picnic area for small parties. It's a fun place to take your kids as well.
3.5 based on 204 reviews
When you get to the Visitor's Gate, you need a photo ID such as a valid Driver's License. Once you are allowed access to the Fort, the Museum is fairly easy to find. It is a very informative museum, especially about Patton's leadership philosophy which more leaders today could learn from.
Currently, an exhibit under construction will demonstrate the damage to the Pentagon which occurred on 9/11.
5 based on 211 reviews
"... a wonderful collection, and it's FREE! Thank you" a recent visitor. The Swope's Cars of Yesteryear Museum features vehicles ranging from the early 1900's to the 1960's in a variety of makes and models in both original condition and restored condition. After years of planning and nine months of construction, Swope`s Cars of Yesteryear opened in May 1999. The collection consists of sixty magnificent machines of the past, all museum quality. These are exciting automobiles that stir memories of long ago days when motoring was a fun-filled adventure. Our museum allows car fans and collectors to admire the progression of automobiles over time. Our collection includes antique cars like the 1914 Model T and the 1925 Pierce Arrow to classics like the 1969 Chevrolet Camaro and the 1956 Thunderbird.
This museum has around 40 beautiful cars from Model T ;56 T-Bird, 1923 Packard Sport car, 1910 Brush and many more. They can be found on goggle. There is no admission which makes the visit even more enjoyable.
5 based on 8 reviews
Boundary Oak is a family owned and operated craft distillery located in the heart of Kentucky. Our spirits are unique takes on traditional products and are exclusively handmade and distilled in pot stills. Boundary Oak is just a short drive from many other distilleries, so it is the perfect place to start or end your bourbon adventure. Tours for guests over the age of 21 are $8 and free for guests under the age of 21.
This is a new, modern distillery just a few miles south of Fort Knox. The family owners are hands-on and very knowledgeable about the area and the distilling process. I love family owned and run businesses, and this is one of my favorite new ones. And-a bonus, the tour was free. Please visit soon.
4.5 based on 161 reviews
Historical attractions inside the park include the Sarah Bush Johnston Memorial and the Lincoln Heritage House
Drove through the Holiday Light display at Freeman Lake. It is a nice ride especially for children and its free!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Went with my three kids 8 to 17 and a bunch of other church youth from 6th to 12 the graders. Although it does cost $12 to $26 per person for the various play packages, it has good activities in good condition that the kids...MoreWe're so glad that you enjoyed your experience! We are working on the putt-putt course. Thank you for the review.
5 based on 7 reviews
A must see!! This memorial is stirring in that it is comprised of an actual piece of steel (about 20 feet tall) from the World Trade Centers which appears in the shape of a large cross and has a backdrop or wall made of stones recovered from The Pentagon after the attacks on September 11th, 2001. One must see the pictures, especially on the website, to appreciate this memorial and the fact that it was put together by citizens and private companies from the local communities as a remembrance is even more stirring. This is one of the most solemn memorials I've seen outside of NYC.
4 based on 9 reviews
We were the only people in the "Antique Mall" this particular day. The establishment is clean and well-ordered, but the people are generally unfriendly, the prices are 2 to 3 times book, so if you're looking for a deal, forget it. It's a long drive to nowhere from that perspective. They mostly have vintage stuff, and some antiques, so if you are looking for something particular and are willing to pay dearly for it, you might find it here. Traveling to antique malls in three states almost every weekend, this is the second WORST place I have ever been. Won't ever go back.
3 based on 1 reviews
Radcliff Kentucky is 15 miles off of the interstate, and a long drive from nearly anywhere else, so I anticipated when I found multiple antique malls there, I would find some different things to see and some bargains to be found. Well, the first part was right. This place has a wonderful staff, and a collection of Sad Iron stoves like I have NEVER seen. They had a lot of things I'd never seen. HOWEVER, the prices run from "book" to three times book. There are NO DEALS to be had here. After two hours of rummaging through everything (and the store is laid our really nice), I bought absolutely nothing. Long way to drive to find not even a single deal. I won't be going back here. The price of gas, and the high prices in this store will keep me away.
5 based on 7 reviews
Went here with the wife last year. Sat front row for less than $30 to see Cirque Zuma Zuma (http://www.zumazuma.com) as part of the Hardin County Schools' Diversity Fair.
I went to Vegas a few months later for my honeymoon and felt the showplace (PAC) was just as nice and the tickets were easier and the wallet at the hometown stage than the bright lights of the Vegas Strip.
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