1. Freeman Lake Park

Just east of the Dixie Highway, Elizabethtown's biggest city park is situated on the lush shores of a 170-acre lake.

2. Historic Downtown Elizabethtown

The confluence of Dixie Avenue and Mulberry Street is where the city's historic core is located.

3. Hardin County History Museum

This regional history museum is located downtown in the former post office and contains a wealth of fascinating items.

4. Historic State Theater Complex

It's difficult to overlook the elegant lines of this Art Deco theatre from 1942 when it's right next to the Hardin County History Museum.

5. Brown-Pusey House

John Y. constructed this magnificent Georgian mansion in Elizabethtown's colonial district in 1825.

6. The Cannonball

A striking piece of local history from a Civil War battle in 1862 can be found across from the Hardin County Courthouse, on the corner of Dixie and Public Square.

7. Kentucky High School Basketball Hall of Fame

This organisation was established in 2011, and in 2017 it relocated to a former Presbyterian church in the city centre.

8. American Legion Park

This public park, located not far northeast of the old city, is difficult to beat in terms of amenities.

9. Swope’s Cars of Yesteryear Museum

The Swope Family of Dealerships, which was established by two brothers in the 1950s, is the parent company of the auto dealerships that flank Dixie Avenue in Elizabethtown's north and represent a variety of auto manufacturers.

10. Flywheel Brewing

A craft brewery is one of the many locally owned companies revitalising Elizabethtown's historic downtown and is located a few blocks from the city's historic core.