Cave City

Cave City is hosting the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall this Saturday through Monday. 

The three-fifths scale replica of the Vietnam Memorial in Washington, D.C. will be located on the grounds of the Cave City Convention Center. 

Sharon Tabor, executive director of the Cave City Tourist and Convention Commission,  says the 350 foot structure brings the wall home for veterans and their loved ones.

"Twenty-four hours a day there will be people that will show up at one and two o’clock in the morning, and there will be someone on-site that can talk to you that can show you around, or just leave you alone if that’s what you want.”


Voters in Cave City have approved package liquor sales in the Barren County town.

The vote was 230 for, 132 against in the two precincts that voted in the local option election. The result means that Cave City will now be allowed to have two full liquor stores.

Liquor sales by the drink have been allowed at several locations in Cave City, including the Convention center and two restaurants, since 2006.

Cave City Set For Alcohol Vote

Jul 15, 2014

Voters in two precincts of Cave City are set to vote up or down on alcohol sales. A special option election is scheduled for July 22 for the 2,685 voters registered at the two precincts. The question on the ballot is "Are you in favor of the sale of alcoholic beverages in cave City?"

The effort to bring packaged liquor sales to cave City was spearheaded by the "Cave City Forward Committee". which began circulating petitions in November to get the referendum on the ballot.

Cave City has been "moist" since 2006, when restaurants were allowed to sell liquor by the drink if they meet certain state law requirements.