When planning a visit to The General Store we hope you will find time to visit some other amazing attractions and destinations in our beautiful mountains.
THINGS TO DO
2356 HWY 806
Eolia, KY 40826
606-633-8652 or 606-335-9435
Jeff Chapman-Crane is a painter and sculptor, and has lived and practiced his art since the early 1970s. He focuses on the culture of Appalachia, with an emphasis on portraits of mountain people. Jeff, along with wife and artist Sharman own and operate Ancient Oaks Art Studio and Valley of the Winds Art Gallery in Eolia, Kentucky. Gallery hours are by appointment only.
Letcher County Veterans Memorial Museum
360 Main Street
Whitesburg, KY 41858
The veterans in Letcher County are extremely proud to have an extensive collection and exhibit of wartime memorabilia housed at their museum located at 360 Main Street in Whitesburg. The museum’s collection has items dating back to the Civil War and continuing thru to today’s current battles
128 East Main Street
Whitesburg, KY 41858
Kentucky Mist Moonshine is a craft distillery located in the Appalachian Mountains. Born from a deep heritage of distilling spirits in eastern Kentucky, Kentucky Mist takes pride in distilling every drop of alcohol used in our products, and making flavored moonshine using whole fruit for the most genuine taste
502 Park Road
Cumberland, KY 40823
Kingdom Come State Park, with an elevation of 2,700 feet, is the crowning jewel in the crest of Pine Mountain near Cumberland, Kentucky. Admire the beautiful views from one of eight overlooks, hike a trail or fish for bass, crappie and trout in the lake. Named after the popular Civil War novel, "The Little Shepherd of Kingdom Come," by Kentucky author John Fox Jr., the Kingdom Come State Park preserves 1,283 acres of unspoiled wilderness. Some of the most extraordinary rock formations in the state are featured at this park, including Log Rock, a natural sandstone bridge, and Raven Rock, a giant rock exposure that soars 290 feet into the air at a 45-degree angle!
Lynch, Ky 40855
Portal No. 31 Underground Mine Tour offers visitors the unique experience of touring an actual coal mine by rail car. Visitors will adorn the traditional protective gear of the coal miner as they enjoy animated exhibits along the tour. Outside Portal #31 stands a black granite monument in tribute to long time president of the United Mine Workers John L. Lewis and a memorial to U.S. Steel District #1 miners who died in mining accidents. The site also features a 1920s lamphouse, bathhouse, L&N train depot and loadout system.
231 Main Street
Benham, KY 40807
The Kentucky Coal Museum allows the public to learn about coal mining through access to perhaps the most comprehensive collection of mining memorabilia in the nation. The product of study and painstaking research, the Museum's collection uniquely portrays life in a coal camp.
PLACES TO SEE
Bad Brand Falls – High Rock Trail
Pine Mountain Overlooks
Pine Mountain Trail
Little Shepherd Trail