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Pike – Pikeville – 1 Site

Sites:  Hog Trial Cabin and McCoy Well


Days:  Monday through Friday

Hours:   1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Eastern Daylight Time

Hatfields & McCoys self-guided tour brochures available at Hampton Inn, 831 Hambley Boulevard, Pikeville -or- viewed and downloaded here>>View and download the self-guided walking tour brochure here<<

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Facebook:  Pike County Tourism  / Visit Pikeville

Contact:  Tony Tackett, 606-432-5063,  Jay Shepherd, 800-844-7453,

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Event Info & Historic Site Features

Event Description
The Historic Pike County Courthouse is known as being the site where the Hatfields were put on trial for their involvement in the New Year&amp;amp;amp;#039;s Eve attack on the McCoy’s homeplace. The Pike County Courthouse also features historic attractions, the Heritage Hall and the Veteran’s Hall of Honor. The Heritage Hall features exhibits from Pike County history, from a coal mining exhibit to political advertising from years past, and many other intriguing artifacts. The Big Sandy Heritage Museum is located just behind the Historic Courthouse, and features an even more extensive array of artifacts from coal mining, the railroad industry, Native American exhibits and the Hatfield and McCoy feud. One of the most interesting new additions to the Hatfield McCoy exhibit is a firearm possessed by Devil Anse Hatfield, and his son Cap, which was later given to a family friend.

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