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From Texas.
Specifically, the Creation Museum and the Ark Experience.
And maybe, the Corvette Musuem in Bowling Green.
 
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The National Corvette Museum is posted "No Weapons", but the signs don't carry the force of law in Kentucky.

Don't have information on the other attractions.

Enjoy your trip.
 
Posts: 1939 | Location: Bowling Green, KY | Registered: January 02, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Concealed means concealed. If you violate the signs, and you are caught, they can only ask you to leave. If you refuse to leave, you can be arrested for disorderly.

You'll find that KY LE is very pro-gun all in all.


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Pretty friendly. Can't think of any stark contrasts with TX, except the duty to inform and signage law.

http://www.handgunlaw.us/states/kentucky.pdf


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Thanks fellas.
 
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A bit off topic hudr, but if you are into Corvettes and go to the museum, you might consider going across the road to the Corvette plant. They offer a walking tour of the plant several times a day and I found it to be enjoyable and informative.
 
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P.d. is absolutely correct. The plant tours are pretty cool.

Last I heard the tours had been suspended until Jan 2019. If you are interested in a tour, you may want to call ahead to be sure.
 
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Also off topic.Don't waste your time with the ark or the creation museum.



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Not carry related but while you're in that area, get yourself some White Castles if you've never had the pleasure. Big Grin


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Went & made it back. No issues. Of course I didn't try to draw any attention either.
Nice trip, all in all.
 
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Glad you enjoyed it. Smile


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I go to KY a few times a year... Each time I go there I am shocked when i don't get stopped at the border and get issued a gun...

Very friendly state. Just don't run afoul of KSP and you're good to go. (those guys don't mess around, a very admirable LE agency)





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I actually had some close dealings w/ KSP....
weird situation but I wound up walking around the Ark Encounter with my 17 year old son & his 4 year old 1/2 brother (the ex got pregnant right after our divorce).
Anyway, the poor kid is epileptic, and had a seizure. Having 0 experience with his condition, I contacted staff, they got their local EMS on scene, then called an ambulance and KSP. Nice group of professionals. And yes, I was carrying @ the time but attention was elsewhere (& rightly so).
 
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Originally posted by KevinCW:
Just don't run afoul of KSP and you're good to go. (those guys don't mess around, a very admirable LE agency)


It's funny because the black lives matter types try to run amuck in the Louisville area. They stay within certain confines of what they do. They don't mind locking horns with LMPD day in and day out, but they tend to stay just off of KSPs radar because they know the asswhippin that will come. KSP reminds me of "My name is Dave, and I don't give a fuck"


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Glad to hear that you enjoyed your time in KY. I spent three awesome years in Lexington


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