Explore Todd County

Todd County, KY travel and tourism info for visitors and residents including attractions, activities, lodging, shopping venues, tasty eateries and historic tours.



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Guthrie Railroad Museum

Renovated caboose containing historic railroad displays featuring the L&N Railroad and Guthrie’s history as the “railroads crossroads of America.” Call for appointment. 3rd & Kendall Streets, Guthrie 270-483-2683 (By appt. only)


Historic Todd County Courthouse Welcome Center Featured Image

Historic Todd County Courthouse Welcome Center

Kentucky’s second oldest standing courthouse on the town’s square now serves as Elkton and Todd County’s Welcome Center. Be sure to stop for a fresh cup of coffee, free maps and brochures about the area. Historic displays about Todd County and from local artisans and musicians. Call to arrange group tours during off hours. 1


Jefferson Davis Monument State Historic Site Featured Image

Jefferson Davis Monument State Historic Site

Eight miles west of Elkton, at Fairview, stands the fourth tallest monument in the United States – the tallest poured in place concrete obelisk in the world. Jefferson Davis State Historic Site is a memorial to the famous Kentuckian born on this site on June 3, 1808. A 351-foot obelisk constructed on a foundation of


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Martin Homeplace

A beautiful location for outdoor weddings, reunions, and other family friendly events. Available for rent by day. Phone: 270-265-9760 Facebook Page  


Robert Penn Warren Birthplace Museum Featured Image

Robert Penn Warren Birthplace Museum

A place to come to… Experience the birthplace of one of the nation’s most prolific writers. Recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for All the King’s Men and two more for Warren’s work in poetry. In 1986, named America’s first Poet Laureate. Guthrie was Warren’s home until 1921. It is this border area of Kentucky and