Kentucky United States Pageants
February 21 - 23 2020
In Bowling Green, KY
Van Meter was the first building constructed on WKU's campus. Constructed in 1911, Van Meter housed Dr. Henry Hardin Cherry's Office, the first President of WKU.
When completed in 1911, it was one of the largest buildings between Nashville and Louisville. Resembling the Acropolis' Erectheion Temple, it was lavished with ornate fluted pilasters, a stained glass skylight and French marble. All are still present today!
2. Choose date February 15-17, 2019
3. Click Special rates drop down
4. Enter in Corporate Code/Group Code G-USAP
5. Click “Check Availability”
6. From there, you can choose your room type and book a reservation.
Planes and trains... Cars and guitars... Caves and waves... Rails and trails... Thrills and chills... Charm and farms... We could keep going for days, and that's just what it would take to see and do everything in the Bowling Green area. As the Home of the Corvette, we sure love our fast cars, but the city offers so much more that we think you will be surprised by how much is happening here. Come on, rev up the whole crew or recharge just two in Kentucky's third-largest city... a Classic American Destination!