Dry Ridge is a home rule-class city in Grant County, Kentucky, in the United States. The population was 2,191 at the 2010 census, up from 1,995 at the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Dry Ridge
4.5 based on 1 reviews
My 27 year old daughter and I visited Ark Encounter today. It was cold, but that doesn't affect your visit as most of everything is inside.
We were ready for lunch when we arrived and headed for their buffet restaurant first. Excellent food and the price was actually reasonable for a tourist attraction: Relaxed, well maintained, clean, with many choices.
The Ark is magnificent. A gorgeous structure made entirely of wood which is astounding. The education of how the floating zoo was probably maintained by only 8 people was so well presented and displayed.
In a world where there is so much negative signage everywhere you turn, it is refreshing to be somewhere that allows you to carry your water and enjoy snacks while you are visiting most of the displays. (If you've ever been to the Gettysburg Visitor Center, count the numerous negative "Don't Walk on the Grass", "No backpacks allowed", "No pets", "No etc,etc,etc")
Enjoyed myself thoroughly and can't wait until I can go back to the Ark Encounter with my husband!
4 based on 9 reviews
It was a nice antique mall, you almost might miss the signs, and then find it hard to see in the shopping mall, but it's a nice mall, with lots of vendors and the prices were reasonable. easy on and off the highway. plenty of parking.
We are a unique blend of art, antiques, vintage, retro and primitive items! Everything from one-of-a-kind furniture to original artwork to funky, fun items right through to antiques and collectibles. The items in our shop change daily, so there is always something new to see! And all items are available for shipment anywhere in the world. We have gift certificates available. We also accept VISA
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Soar down thousands of feet of zip lines, reach up to 50 mph and 17 stories in the air! At Screaming Eagle, you can choose your own thrill level before you ride, so both the extreme thrill seekers and casual joy riders can enjoy their zip. Make a day of it and experience the free fall jumps and adventure course. Screaming Eagle at the Ark Encounter zip lines features 24 different zip lines, with ten of these extreme zip lines measuring near 1,000 feet and two of them approaching 2,000 feet. Be sure to check our website or call for additional requirements, restrictions, and information.
My wife and I visited the Ark Encounter, but decided to spend the extra money and experience the zip lining. We had never done this before and weren't sure what to expect. The two young guides were excellent. They were very thorough in showing our group all of the safety procedures and preparing us for the adventure. They were very patient with everyone as we climbed and zipped through 7 different lines. It was well worth the money to us and would highly recommend it.
5 based on 16 reviews
Stage Right Theatre Company proudly offers high quality entertainment at an affordable price. From our dinner theatre shows to our Arts Education programming, Stage Right is a must for visitors and locals alike! Our summer shows include: Annie Jr. (Arts Education Production) June 23 & 24 The Wizard of Oz (Dinner Theatre Shows) July 14-30
Great production! The talent is amazing. This is a fun filled evening for families. The food is good and the show awesome. Williamstown is fortunate to have this production company in our community. I have seen most of their productions and they have all been great. Support this theater company. You will not be disappointed!
4 based on 8 reviews
We were fortunate that the house was open and a knowlegable docent was available when we visited this historical log cabin house. The discovery of this "hidden" log cabin was fascinating as it was 'built over" and encased in the current house. Log cabins are usually only 1 floor but what makes this one unique is that it is 2 floors. We were able to walk up the stairs and look around. It was quite interesting.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
I was exploring Williamstown, Kentucky and found this wonderful family woodwork store. Not only do they repair and repurpose wooden furniture but they have many other items, some antiques, available and history stories to share. I bought a tabacco "ladder" and a "one of a kind" walking stick handmade by the owner's dad. Very uniquely carved that I will treasure on my hikes. The owners were friendly, helpful and wonderful. They shipped the larger items to my home!!! It's helpful to check their face book page to be sure they are open when you visit. It's worth the trip!
3.5 based on 5 reviews
I was looking for a quiet place to eat a takeout lunch and noticed this sign for a park. It's a typical "community" type park with tennis courts, 3 decent size picnic shelters, restrooms and a playground. It was named after a marathon runner who died suddenly in 2006. There were families playing on the playground. Nice, peaceful place to have a nature break.
4 based on 9 reviews
My two granddaughter's, (4 & 6) really enjoyed the Children's Chutts and Ladders obstacle course. Comprised of 9 unique obstacles, my girls wove their way across swinging bridges, rattling logs and through linked barrels, with safety first and guides available at all points. The obstacles were challeging enough to cause a little trepidation, but easily accomplished and fear quickly turned to laughs. A caution however NOT to promote to your kid's as a zip line course as only the last event is a very short zip-line ride. The real zip-lining is on the separate Adult's Course.
We purchased Chutts-N-Ladders coupled with a round of putt-putt golf. The golf is not as elablorate as some other themed courses, but was perfect for the kids. Nothing too difficult and it still maintained their interest. If you are looking however for a high 'frills' putt-putt, this putt-putt course is not for you.
3 based on 4 reviews
I was exploring Williamstown and stumbled into this attraction. It has moved to the same building as Elmer's General Store. There are banjo lessons, stringed instruments for sale, repair of instruments, etc. You can see the first Huber Banjo and J.D. Crowe's banjo in a glass case. The Banjo Cellar hosts live Blue Grass Bands and even have an open jam night. We came back on a Friday for live music. People were super friendly and it was alot of good time fun! Their face book site has the band updates. There was a charge to listen to the concert and drinks & food is available.
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