Econo Lodge Fort Knox
261 N. Dixie Hwy.
Radcliff, KY 40160-1013
Phone: (270) 351-4488
Fax: (270) 352-4833
This establishment was originally a house built in the year 1825 by John Y. Hill, and was called the Brown Pusey House, and sometimes also called the Hill House. The architectural style includes Georgian and Federal architecture. Spread across around 10 acres (four hectares) of land, it once served as a hotel. It now serves as a community center called the Brown Pusey House Community Center and was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in the year 1974.
Enjoy great food, rides, arts and crafts booths, and plenty of family fun during this two day event held during the first weekend of October.
The Jamboree Gang and guest singers have been playing and performing a variety of music for over 50 years.
Located inside the vast Iroquois Park, Iroquois Amphitheater is bustling with several art, dance and music events throughout the year. It is the official amphitheater of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and plays host to many of the city biggest events. Many popular bands, singers and musicians have come alive on this stage. Events here also include youth orchestras, dance performances, art exhibitions and so on. Famous bands like Wilco and U2 are also said to have performed here. Thus, this modern state-of-the-art place is a haven of sorts for many music and art lovers.