Holiday Inn Express Danville

96 Daniel Drive, Danville, Kentucky, 40422, United States
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Travel Tips for Danville

The Danville Labyrinth Project

by Stephen-KarenConn

The Danville Laybrinth, is located on Main Street in McDowell Park, between Centre College and the Presbyterian Church. It was built in 2002 by a non-denominational committee of local citizens and is a replica of the 11-circuit labyrinth of Chartres Cathedral in France. The labyrinth belongs to the entire community of Danville.

Forty-feet in circumference, the labyrinth is an ancient pattern found in many cultures around the world. A feature labyrinth's have in common, whether called a "Medicine Wheel," "Never Ending Circle," or "Kabala," is that they all have one path which winds in a circuitous way to the center. It is designed to be a place of prayer and meditation for all people.

Perryville Battlefield State Park

by Stephen-KarenConn

Eleven miles due west of Danville is the Perryville Battlefield State Park, site of Kentucky's largest engagement in the War Between the States.

Because it is in an undeveloped rural area, Perryville may be the most pristine battlefield site in the United States. There is a Visitor Center with an information desk, maps, books and videos available. The battlefield itself has interpretative markers which allow the visitor to follow the flow of the battle over grass covered hills and dales, seeing the landscape much as it was on that fateful day, October 8, 1862.

The Battle of Perryville holds a special personal significance for me because two of my great great uncles fought there as Confederate soldiers. One was captured and the other was listed as missing. He is probably among the hundreds of unknown dead buried in mass graves on the battlefield.

Those who are interested may follow the link below to read my Perryville Battlefield State Park page.

Fisher's Row

by Stephen-KarenConn

Fishers Row, on the eastern edge of Constitution Square in downtown Danville, was built around 1816-1817 by Jeremiah Fisher as the first rental property in Danville. The row of historic buildings consists of two, two-story houses with a common center wall. The brickwork is in the Flemish bond pattern.

After almost 200 years the buildings are still in use. On the north side of Fisher's Row is a gift shop operated by the Wilderness Trace Art League. The south side is home of the Boyle County Historical Society.

Danville, Boyle County, Kentucky

by Stephen-KarenConn

Danville is a college town of about 15,500 people in Central Kentucky, 35 miles southwest of Lexington. It is one of the oldest and most historic communities in the Commonwealth. Situated on the southern edge of Kentucky's famed bluegrass region, Danville is surrounded by some of the prettiest horse farms on earth.

Danville, KY

by davecallahan

Danville is a good-sized town of 16000 people which is the county seat (Boyle County). It is one of Kentucky's older cities (1787). It earned the name of "Birthplace of Bluegrass" in the 1790's. It has been first in some of Kentucky's historic events: first Courthouse, first Post Office and college and law school west of Pennsylvania, first School for the Deaf.
There are 6400 households in Danville, with average household income of $35000.

Danville has a webcam website:

the tourism website for Danville is:

ZIPCODE 40422, 40423 is Danville in Boyle County
037-38-44N 084-46-30W
37.645527, -84.774992
Area Code 859

"interesting facts"

Danville Police Department: only two officers killed on duty in 40 years

John Marshall Harlan (Supreme Court Judge) was from Danville.


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Address: 96 Daniel Drive, Danville, Kentucky, 40422, United States