South Central Kentucky
in the Barrens
~Those who Served
in the Military~
Come visit, explore &
discover South Central
Kentucky history !
The SCKCC tells the history of the
people, places, & events that make
up the geographic area known as
"the Barrens" - Barren, Metcalfe,
Allen, Hart and Monroe counties.
It is located in the old Kentucky
Pants Factory in downtown
The history of South Central Kentucky
is an irreplaceable community treasure.
The South Central Kentucky Cultural
Center is the guardian of this valuable community treasure.
Come VISIT the Cultural Center's
Museum of the Barrens.
EXPLORE your family heritage with our
genealogy resources. Share your family information to expand our community's
treasures for years to come.
DISCOVER South Central Kentucky's history.
See how life in the Barrens region has
progressed through historical exhibits
created from artifacts donated by people
from our community.
Be inspired by the accomplishments
of ordinary citizens from our past.
Participate in and attend
South Central Kentucky Cultural Center
200 W. Water Street, Glasgow, KY 42141
We are open Monday - Friday
from 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Saturday from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
February is Black History Month
Black History in the Barrens
Those Who Served in the Military
February 17th, 1:00
Donzell Moody & Joseph Trigg
will share about their
experiences in the Military.
Coming March 16th!!
The Cultural Center will
host Tracy Smith, the
Poet Laureate of the
United States and
Poet Laureate of
6:00 - 7:30 PM
To schedule a group tour call us at
Groups of all ages are invited to come
Visit, Explore, Discover, and be
inspired by our treasured history.
History steps out of the pages of textbooks
for students, helping them gain valuable
perspective; adults appreciate and learn
about generations that preceded them;
mature adults see artifacts that stir
fond memories and conversation.
Consider pairing a group visit
with a meal at one of the area's
resturants, or with a visit to another
local attraction and make a
day of it!