A mild climate with four distinctly beautiful seasons, ornate historic architecture, easy highway access to top metropolitan areas, a short half-hour drive to Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area and other superb outdoor activities, serene rolling farm land with urban conveniences: Hopkinsville, Kentucky–what a great place to call home!
Situated at the Kentucky-Tennessee border just minutes from I-24, Hopkinsville embraces the essence of western Kentucky with scenic vistas and friendly faces. While in the midst of abundant industrial growth and retail development, Hopkinsville manages to maintain and value its small-town charm and quaint community spirit.
The Hopkinsville area has a wide range of reasonably priced living options for young families, whether you prefer an established residence in its historic downtown, upscale housing in one of the developments along the city bypass, or private acreage to develop and live in comfort and privacy.
The Links at Novadell
Pennyroyal Scuba and Blue Springs Resort
Arts & Culture
The Pennyroyal Arts Council was established in 1977 to encourage, develop, and promote the appreciation of the Arts through education, support, service, and presentation. Housed in the renovated L&N Depot downtown, the Arts Council's programming includes the Live at the Alhambra series, School Day Performances, Christmas Home Tours, Missoula Children's Theatre, and Art Exhibits. The Arts Council manages the Alhambra Theatre.
Pennyroyal Academy of Fine Arts is a group of artists, musicians, actors, dancers, students, faculty and interested individuals pursuing the advancement of the fine arts in the Pennyroyal Region of Kentucky and Tennessee. By practice, the Academy is a laboratory in which young artists, teachers, art lovers, young professionals and seasoned professionals work hand-in-hand to produce art of the highest quality.
A visual arts organization established in 1965 to actively pursue visual art activities for its members and the community, the Hopkinsville Art Guild coordinates a variety or art exhibits and workshops.
The Alhambra Theatre is a 780-seat proscenium theatre offering a variety of performances. A historic landmark completed in 1928, the structure re-opened in 1983 as a community performing arts center. The Southern Kentucky Independent Theatre offers community theater in the Pennyrile. Performances are held in Cadiz and in Hopkinsville. Call David Ancil at (270) 886-9007 for more audition and performance information.
A local youth ballet company, this non-profit group is operated by a volunteer board a hosts one production a year. Call Pam Wimsatt for more information at (270) 886-1753.
Hopkinsville offers a range of educational options for families, including an excellent public school system as well as several private school options, including University Heights Academy, Saints Peter and Paul Catholic School, and Heritage Christian Academy.
Find out more about Hopkinsville - Christian County:
Hopkinsville - Christian County Photo Gallery
Finding a Home in Christian County
Hopkinsville - Christian County Chamber of Commerce