Bowling Green is a great place to experience Southern hospitality and a peaceful environment. Western Kentucky University is a notable landmark in the city. Bowling Green is also home to the National Corvette Museum, located across from the General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant. Here, you’ll learn about the history of this famous sports car and view different types of models and other memorabilia. The Lost River Cave is an excellent place for adults and children to enjoy recreational activities, including the cave boat and kayaking tours. There’s also a lot of land for simply enjoying the outdoors and wildlife. The Historic Railpark and Train Museum is a popular attraction that has an array of historical exhibits and rail car tours.
The Bowling Green-Warren Regional Airport (BWG) is located in the city. However, many people arrive at the Nashville International Airport (BNA), which is about 69 miles from Bowling Green. Limo and shuttle buses provide service throughout the Kentucky area. The best way to travel around Bowling Green is by car.
The city of Bowling Green inspired the Everly Brothers' 1967 single, "Bowling Green." The largest city located between Louisville and Nashville, many people visit the area in March for the Lost River Music Festival, held at the Bowling Green Ballpark.