Berea is a town full of visual beauty and historical importance. Berea is packed with artists and galleries of all mediums, shops teeming with handmade arts and crafts, forested trails, breathtaking views from the top of sheer cliffs-in Kentucky known as knobs, and a shimmering lake for boating or fishing. Explore by foot, car or the free trolley in town.
Pictured: Owsley Fork Reservoir - photo by Tricia Taylor Moody
Berea offers many unique, cozy and secluded places to stay. With farms, campgrounds, bed and breakfast residences, treehouses, an historic hotel and even a yurt, visitors are sure to have a one-of-a-kind experience in a one-of-a-kind town. Berea also has several conventional hotels, motels and campgrounds.
Pictured: HomeGrown HideAways - photo by Mountain Tech Media
Many of Berea's unique, locally owned eateries feature regionally sourced, Kentucky Proud ingredients: purchasing freshly farmed vegetables, herbs, fruit, and meat for every available ingredient.
Pictured: Native Bagel Co. - photo by Justin Skeens
With arts and crafts tucked into every nook and cranny in Berea, you'll discover many distinctive shops full of beautiful, one-of-a-kind items you won't find anywhere else.
Pictured: Herb & Willow - photo by Herb & Willow
Discover artists and crafts folk of every medium in Berea, Kentucky. Visit studios and galleries, listen to talks, watch them work, hear their stories, and find out where you can purchase their work.
Pictured: MeadowHouse Studio - photo by Tricia Taylor