Veterans Memorial Park
The Veterans Memorial Park located on the corner of Front and Main Streets in Downtown Vanceburg overlooks the beautiful Ohio River. The park opened in July 1996, and honors veterans from Lewis County who were killed in action during the Korean War.
A variety of historical displays including railroad memorabilia, local military history, photographs, books, diaries and more are available for view. Volunteers are available Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. To 3 p.m.
A caboose sits in the rose garden of the Depot Museum, and is open to the public as a lasting legacy to the Railroad and a Memorial to all Lewis County Railroad Workers.
The Union Monument sits on the front lawn of the old Courthouse located on Second Street in Vanceburg, KY. Dedicated in 1884, it is the only Union Monument south of the Mason and Dixon Line erected by public subscription that is not in a cemetery. The Union Monument is listed in the National Historic Register.
George Morgan Thomas Home
Located at 151 Third Street and Built in 1883, the house was originally the home of Judge George Morgan Thomas. Judge Thomas served as a U.S. Senator from this district and also acted as a solicitor of Internal Revenue. In 2006 the house was completely restored and now serves as Vanceburg's Visitors Center.