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Thursday, September 26, 2019

Fort Thomas named Kentucky's most underrated place to visit by national website


Fort Thomas was named Kentucky's most underrated city via netcredit.com and the Blue Marble was highlighted as a must visit destination.

Using a combination of data from Thrillist and Niche.com, NetCredit found out which cities in each state got the best reviewed nightlife, weather and outdoor activities.

Are your garden beds ready for fall? Stop in to Fort Thomas Florist.  63 S. Grand Ave. 
The article states, "Kentucky’s safest city was founded around 1749 on the site of a tragic three-day battle between the Cherokee tribe, Shawnees and Miamis. Hundreds of graves have since been found. The area was also pivotal in the Civil War. It is named after George Henry Thomas, a southerner who became a heroic Union general."


Blue Marble Books, located at 1356 S. Fort Thomas Avenue, was highlighted as one of the best places to visit while in the city.

The full-service, independent bookseller with a personal commitment to customers and community, was founded in 1979.

RELATED: Blue Marble Books website 

From the article:

"The Blue Marble indie bookstore is emblematic of the city’s more peaceful nature today. The store specializes in books for younger readers and stocks hard-to-find editions, dolls and puppets. Children will love the Great Green Room, the Great Teen Room and the Secret Garden."



For the full article about the most underrated places to visit in every state, visit the NetCredit website:
https://www.netcredit.com/blog/most-underrated-place-visit-every-state/

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