What Touring Historic Hatfield & McCoy Feud Country Offers You:
Below is a list of great things we offer FOR FREE if your group lodges in Pikeville/Pike County, KY.

  • Tour many of the famous locations where the Hatfields & McCoys lived, worked and feuded. NO FEE.
  • Tour guide and historian that are more than just narrators, but embody the character of our rich culture and history. NO FEE.
  • Free parking for bus tour operators. NO FEE.
  • Tour literature and free itinerary consultation. NO FEE.

AND if you dine with us, you get one night of FREE entertainment! Featuring live music or theatre monologue actors!

With so many free and reasonably priced options, Pikeville, Pike County Kentucky is quickly becoming Tour Operators dream destination.

Take a Look at What We Offer


2-Day Pike County Itinerary Example

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Below is an example of the itinerary our motorcoach visitors enjoy. Itineraries can be modified to suit your needs; allow us to help make your visit perfect, at a perfect price.

  • Breakfast.
  • Tour the City Feud Sites of the Hatfields and McCoys – 8:45 a.m.
  • Dils Cemetery – Resting place of the McCoy family – Free.
  • Pike County Courthouse – Original courtroom where “Cottontop” Mounts was tried – Free.
  • Pikeville Main Street Shopping District – Free to browse, local handmade gifts available.
  • The Big Sandy Heritage Center Museum – One Hour Tour $4.00 per person.
  • Pikeville Cut-Through Project – Free.
  • Lunch in the City of Pikeville – 11:00 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Evening Hilton Garden Inn
  • Pike County Feud Sites of the Hatfields and McCoys – 45 minute drive.
  • The McCoy Well Site – Free.
  • The Election Day and Hog Trial Site – Free.
  • Pawpaw Trees Execution Site – Free.
  • Aunt Betty’s House – Free.
  • Matewan – the Matewan Train Station Museum – Free.
  • Williamson – Williamson Coal House – Free.

Country Music Highway Scenic Byway Itinerary Example

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“Something’s in the Water!” In addition to touring Pikeville/Pike County’s Hatfield and McCoy Feud Sites, allow us to showcase the highway were country music stars were born: Loretta Lynn, The Judd’s, Patty Loveless, Dwight Yoakam and many more. With two award-winning theatres, Artist Collaborative and Jenny Wiley Theatre located right here in Pikeville-Pike County, entertainment is as available as water from the tap!

Your agenda for Pikeville, KY:
  • Breakfast.
  • The Big Sandy Heritage Center Museum – $3.00 per person (for motorcoaches).
  • Pikeville Cut-Through Project – Free.
  • Breaks Interstate Park and Elkhorn City – Home to Mrs. Patty Loveless.
Paintsville, KY – 35 miles North from Pikeville:Loretta Lynn
  • Butcher Hollow – Family home of the “Queen of country Music” Loretta Lynn and her famous sister Crystal Gayle.
  • Van Lear Historic Museum.
  • Loretta Lynn’s childhood schoolhouse – One room schoolhouse.
  • Country Music Highway Museum – Featuring photos, stage wear and exhibits of country music legends such as Loretta Lynn, Wynonna Judd, Ricky Skaggs, Patty Loveless, Dwight Yoakam and Billy Ray Cyrus.
  • Mountain Home Place – Tour an 1850’s working farm with blacksmith, one room schoolhouse and double pen cabin, the ole Fish Trap United Baptist Church and a double crib barn. Reenactors available.

Supplement Your Itinerary with Eastern Kentucky Railroad & Coal Mining History and Culture

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The Eastern Kentucky region is teeming with adventure and unique experiences that cannot be found anywhere else. Want to tour a coal mine? Check out Harlan County’s Mine Portal 31. Your group can also explore the Kentucky Coal Museum, featuring an exhibit of the one and only Coal Miner’s Daughter, Loretta Lynn.

Exciting Attractions Entering and Exiting the Region:Miners Artifacts
  • Mine Portal (31 & 32) – Explore a replica of an underground mine featuring animated exhibits. Covers the progression of mining from the early 1900’s to modern mining.
  • Loretta Lynn Museum – Featuring memorabilia from Country Music Legend Loretta Lynn.
  • Kentucky Coal Mining Museum – Exhibits highlighting the coal miner; from home life, to work and community.
  • Appalshop – Showcasing Appalachian cultural arts and media.
  • Historic Matewan Museum and Train Depot – The Matewan Museum and Train Depot features historical exhibits from the railroad and coal mining industries that built this great region.
  • Stone Heritage Museum/Henry Ford Building – Tour the building where Henry Ford operated his Eastern Kentucky coal mining operation. Features exhibits from Stone, Kentucky’s unique history.
  • Elkhorn City Railroad Museum – See displays featuring railroad memorabilia.
  • The Coal House – This very unique building is made of 65 tons of coal that was crafted into blocks and sealed with weather resistant varnish.


Eastern Kentucky Gallery

For a truly unique experience, bring your motorcoach group to historic Hatfield and McCoy Feud Country, Pikeville-Pike County, Kentucky. And while lodging in Pikeville, stay an extra moment and allow us to showcase our beautiful region.

From Loretta Lynn’s Butcher Hollow, were the Queen of Country Music’s childhood home still stands, to the Henry Ford Coal Mining Museum, or the Elkhorn City Railroad Museum, your group will enjoy all of these great attractions that are located within just a short drive from your lodging in Pikeville, Kentucky. For more cultural adventure, your group will love Appalshop and the Kentucky Mist Moonshine Distillery in Whitesburg. Experience authentic Appalachian culture as Kentucky moonshine is made before your very eyes. And don’t forget, all of our historic Hatfield and McCoy feud sites are free of charge to motorcoach operators, along with a step-on guide, historian and one night of free entertainment while lodging, saving you money.

Plan Your Motorcoach Tour

ContactContact Tony
Pike County Tourism CVB
831 Hambley Blvd.
Pikeville, KY 41501
Phone: (800) 844-7453
(606) 432-5063
Tourism Director: Tony K. Tackett