Pikesville Historic Mansion

179 College Street, Pikeville, KY

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Artists Collaborative Theatre, Inc. (ACT)
ACT is an Appalachian-based theatre company committed to quality productions and educational programming through the collaboration of artists; including ensemble members, volunteers, guest artists, arts organizations and community.

ACT offers year-round theatre programming including; dramas, comedies, musicals and ACT1 theatre of young people. There is talent and interest in these mountains as well as the desire and work ethic to fulfill this community dream. Located on Patty Loveless Drive in Elkhorn City, ACT just opened its new 5,000 sq. ft., 120 seat black box theatre. “ACT…As Rich as Life".


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The Breaks ParkBreaks Interstate Park “Grand Canyon of the South”
The Breaks Interstate Park, located on the Kentucky/Virginia border, is one of only two Interstate Parks in the United States.

The 250 million year old canyon encompasses 4,500 acres of lush, green, woodlands and mountain scenery including more than 13 miles of hiking trails. The name “Breaks” is derived from the break in Pine Mountain, created by the rushing waters of the Russell Fork of the Big Sandy River, as it carved a 1,000 foot gorge making its way to the Ohio River. The park sports a campground, lodge, restaurant, gift shop, museum, guided tours, and grist-mill as well as many outdoor adventures.




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Big Sandy Heritage Museum
The Big Sandy Heritage Center is located in a Historic Railroad Station in downtown Pikeville. Here you will find dozens of exhibits that portray the rich history and culture of eastern Kentucky.

The center showcases the people, places and events that have made our region so unique. Antebellum-era, African American History, Civil War, moving mountains, coal, floods, Native American and the Hatfield & McCoy Feud are only a few of the exhibits you will see.



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Civil War Sites
Pike County is rich in civil war history. In the Pikeville City Park, Colonel James A. Garfield was commissioned Brigadier General in the Union Army. The man who later became president was sworn in as General by Squire Charles of Pike County, January 1862.


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Daniel Boone’s First Steps into Kentucky
Daniel Boone is credited with discovering Elkhorn City and Potter Flats in 1767 while exploring routes to the Midwest. Boone made his way through the “breaks” of the Pine Mountain on his first attempt to find passage to Central Kentucky. He eventually discovered passage south through the Cumberland Gap.


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East Kentucky MinersEastern Kentucky Exposition Center
126 Main Street, Pikeville
Excitement is always in the air at the Eastern Kentucky Exposition Centre situated in the center of downtown Pikeville. This 126,000 square foot facility has an arena floor approximately 24,000 square feet and provides concert seating of 7,000.


The center is designed as a multi-purpose facility, complete with 5,000 square feet of ballroom space overlooking the arena floor adequate for banquet-style entertaining. This facility hosts a variety of events: concerts, athletics, car shows, rodeos, circuses - a list limited only by your imagination. Ticket information 606 433-1793, 606 444-5500 or visit our website


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Hatfield McCoy FeudHatfield-McCoy Feud Driving Tour
The first rumbling of the world’s most famous feud began in the mid 1800’s along the Tug River in eastern Pike County. There have been many speculations as to the cause of the feud and according to author Otis K. Rice, “there seems to have been no single point of origin…it developed from an accumulation of honest grievances and imagined wrongs.”
The Hatfield-McCoy Feud audio driving tour guides visitors to sites where actual events took place. The CD is available for purchase,

e-mail: tourpikeco@setel.com or call: 800 844-7453 or 606 432-5063.

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Historic Dils Cemetery
Dils Cemetery is the final resting place of famed Hatfield-McCoy Feud chieftain Randolph McCoy, wife Sara and daughter Roseanna, son Sam and daughter-in-law Martha.

Graves of soldiers from the Revolutionary War, French and Indian War, Civil War, Spanish-American War and World War I may be found there. Named for Colonel John Dils, this was the first integrated cemetery in eastern Kentucky. The cemetery has a walking trail and overlook and is one of the sites on the Hatfield-McCoy Feud Driving Tour.


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Historic Downtown Pikeville Walking Tour
Pikeville features five districts that are listed on the National Register of Historic Places. As you take a stroll downtown you can see 53 historic buildings and homes with a history of each property on the tour including the Pikeville Collegiate Institute.


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Pike County Artisans Center -
Where Community Meets Creativity
316 Main Street Suite 1, Pikeville

Branham Productions:
A full service recording studio
Cotton Patch Hollow Pottery: Pottery Studio, unique designs
A collection of artwork from Pike County Artists
Look for Events and Art Classes
606 433-0193


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Pikeville Cut-Through
An engineering project second only to the Panama Canal as the most extensive land moving project in the Western Hemisphere. The cut itself is over 1300 feet long and 523 feet deep. The New York Times called it the “eighth wonder of the world.”

A gazebo and overlook have been built for your enjoyment. You will find tennis courts, walking track, hiking trails and picnic areas at nearby Bob Amos Park.


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Snivley Chapel
Persons of the Methodist faith were meeting on Johns Creek in Pike County prior to 1832. On April 11, 1853, land for a church was conveyed by deed of Martin and Sarah Leslie to trustees of the church. The chapel was named for Rev. W. J. Snivley, the circuit rider serving the church when it was built.


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Mountain Pub-Links
Public Golf Course - 18 Holes, Club Rental, Fully Stocked Pro Shop, Snack Bar and Practice Green located at 8709 Lower John’s Creek Rd. Enjoy a challenging game in a picturesque mountain setting. 606-437-0339.

April 1 to October 1
Open 24 hours a day 7 days a week


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Mansion Office.......(606) 509-0296





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