Somerset is an area rich in history,
arts, entertainment and agriculture.
From our art houses to our rolling fields, our paintbrushes to our barn quilts, our guitars to our plows, Somerset is strongly rooted in and connected to the land and the experience of working it. Planting, cultivating, harvesting; Somerset is a place where ideas and dreams come to grow!
Boutiques, craft breweries, arts, music, theater and local flavor make Somerset’s downtown alive and vibrant. Explore the downtown district and plan your trip. Read More
Wineries & Breweries
Somerset is home to two craft breweries and three wineries, each which bring distinct local flavor to the area. Many of these establishments host live music events, trivia nights, or are available as event venues. Read More
Arts & Entertainment
Somerset is vibrant with outdoor murals and edison lights adorning buildings across town. Local arts groups like The Shine House, Rivera-Dutton, Flashback Theater, Wandering Elm and The Carnegie, also showcase local art and offer live music, classes and performances.
Stroll back in time with our historic downtown walking tour, or drive through the rolling hills of Pulaski County to learn more about the most decisive Union battle of the Civil War, the Battle of Mill Springs. Read More
Enjoy our area orchards, vineyards, pumpkin patches, and corn mazes throughout the year. Our downtown farmers’ market opens in April 2020 and will showcase fresh produce and local goods from our farming community! Read More
Listen to the sonic waves of local and regional musical talent throughout the year at our community festivals, including the Master Musicians Festival, Moonlight Festival and the Light Up 2020 Bash. Read More
Lake Cumberland Farmers Market
The Lake Cumberland Farmers Market is a community gathering place dedicated to supporting local farmers, producers, and artisans by providing a marketing connection to area consumers. Read More