Simon Kenton Shrine

Located in one of the oldest historic villages in Kentucky, the Simon Kenton shrine is an authentic log cabin built in the 1790s.

It was constructed as a general store and operated by Lee, Lashbrooke & Co. General Store.

Named to honor Simon Kenton, who once owned a store in Washington, cabin houses farm implements, tools, household goods, and other items available at a frontier store. V-notching construction, shake-shingle roof, salt trough made from Kentucky Cottonwood tree.