Inspiring Through a Commitment to Community, Sustainability and Ingenuity
Shaker Village is a landmark destination that shares 3,000 acres of discovery in the spirit of the Kentucky Shakers. With 34 historic structures, the site is home to Kentucky’s largest National Historic Landmark and the country’s largest private collection of original 19th century buildings. The nonprofit 501 (c)(3) organization is supported by guest revenue, public and private funding, and endowment income.
By giving to Shaker Village, you inspire generations through the legacies of the Kentucky Shakers, while demonstrating a commitment to community, sustainability and ingenuity. For additional giving information, please call 800.734.5611 ext. 1574 or email email@example.com.
Give to the Annual Fund
Your gift to the Shaker Village Annual Fund supports the organization’s goals for the year, including the ongoing restoration of historic spaces, new conservation initiatives and the expansion of educational outreach programs.
Become a Member
Your annual pass membership supports new programs and educational opportunities, while you receive free admission and great discounts.
- Unlimited free admission to the The Historic Centre, The Farm and The Preserve
- Unlimited free Dixie Belle Riverboat rides
- Free admission to Craft Fair, HarvestFest and the Holidays
- Half-priced admission for guests accompanied by a member
- 10 percent discount on purchases at The Shops
Sponsor an Event
Your event sponsorship and patronage allows Shaker Village to host world-renowned musicians, support local businesses and produce low-waste events. From Chamber Music Festival of the Bluegrass and Well Crafted to Healthy Community Trail Festivals and HarvestFest, the event calendar is full of opportunities for sponsorships large and small. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Explore, Stay, Dine + Shop
Your online and onsite purchases generate revenue to keep Shaker Village going. All operating proceeds benefit Shaker Village’s mission and are used to develop new programs and events, compensate employees, buy new linens, feed the farm animals, maintain the trails, keep the lights on and much more.