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Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea, Berea
(4.5/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
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  • Large signs along Interstate 75 indicated the existence of the Kentucky Arts and Crafts Center at the northern Berea exit. I wasn’t prepared for something quite so wonderful. It is a huge place with h...  more »
  • A lovely place to stop and see different types of art - from woodcraft and metalwork to pottery and jewelry. Also a touch of literature and fiber art. Sims extremely lovely items and some slightly biz...  more »
  • Clean, well lit, well organized... a fairly new facility. Easy to access off I-75 lots of parking. Many craft items, unique, one of a kind, all of high-quality, plus they also have a great cafeteria w...  more »
  • Love this place! Beautiful artistic creations throughout. The food at the cafe is excellent, much better than one normally finds along the highway. It's perfectly acceptable to stop here to use the rest room and enjoy a quick browse through the shop.
  • This is quite a lovely artisan area with a nice variety of high quality crafts. Also be sure to try their cafe. Normally I have low expectations food in locations like this, but everything was so delicious! The BBQ chicken was cooked to perfection and the catfish was some of the best I've ever had!
  • Clean bathrooms, interesting art to browse through. Not much more you can ask for from a rest stop
  • Beautiful art pieces from over 700 artists from all over Kentucky! A bit pricey, but not impossible. Fun to see at the least.
  • Interesting shops and nice people. Not as many stores as we thought there would be.