Loretta Lynn's childhood home is in Butcher Holler, a community located within Van Lear, Ky. She references the house and her childhood in some of her most famous songs, from 'Coal Miner's Daughter' to her 2006 tune, 'Van Lear Rose.'

According to Trip Advisor, Lynn's brother, Herman Webb, takes care of the house today. He's the curator of the home, and pictures reveal that it is filled with artifacts and tributes to the famed country singer's legacy. Of course, Lynn's sister, Crystal Gayle, also grew up in Butcher Holler. These days, Lynn lives within another famous tourist locale, Hurricane Mills, Tenn.