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We stayed in the East Family building built in 1817. Shaker reproduction furniture and modern amenities. Outside our window was the farm on one side and a view of other buildings on another side. At night there was little light pollution -- only a few...More
There is an interesting history. The grounds were nice but I had hoped for more interaction. Nicole did the taste of the farm presentation in the garden and it was excellent. We were able to try some interesting vegetables that we weren't familiar with. I...More
Three of us had lunch at Shaker Village, and it felt like we had stepped back in time! We all ordered Cobb salads, and were pleasantly surprised by the non-traditional presentation. All of the ingredients were tossed together rather than in rows. The lettuce was...More
I love history, and for history lovers this is a well worth four hours of your time. The Shakers came to Kentucky in the early 1800's, and while their religious views are a stretch for me, the history they lived is an insight into early...More
First, let me start by saying we had a great time touring the Village, which included a horse & buggy ride + a ride on the KY River.
However, the room was pricey ($215 for a one night stay for four adults) and the air...More