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Mary Todd Lincoln House
Historic Sites, History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Educational sites
Churchill Downs
Historic Sites, Horse Tracks
My Old Kentucky Home
Historic Sites, Golf Courses, State Parks
Kentucky Horse Park
State Parks, Speciality Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Floodwall Murals
Points of Interest & Landmarks
The Thoroughbred Center
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Mary Todd Lincoln House
Historic Sites, History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Educational sites
Paducah Riverwalk
Historic Walking Areas, Piers & Boardwalks
McConnell Springs
Historic Walking Areas
Waveland State Historic Site
Historic Sites, Historic Walking Areas
West Main Historic District
Historic Walking Areas, Neighbourhoods
Mary Todd Lincoln House
Historic Sites, History Museums, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Educational sites
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Amazing!!!! Had the best tour guides: Max (: & Alicia (: !!! Great views, great jokes, and great communication between guides & zip liners!
The caves themselves are vast and fascinating, and they have been lit colorfully and beautifully for these zips so that you have an amazing view while you fly through the air.
2nd time ive visited this farm, tons of history , very picturesque setting and great "groom" who escorts you around to see the sights and the stallions.
To go under that train trunnel and the view opens up of the historic dark wood fences, the horses, the stone columns, the lovely stream is enough to give you chill bumps.
When you view the art, architecture and stone images of this magnificent basilica, you may think that angels must have surely had a hand in creating it.
Walking tour available and information available at site.
The views are beautiful.
So many champion horse breeds to pet and view
The Conrad-Caldwell House Museum is a great site about 2 miles from downtown in a lovely neighborhood.
Truly a gem to visit this historical site
Taylor Made Farm Nicholasville
We had ample time to view and photograph the horses (stallions, mares and foals and yearlings).
This wasted time while everyone parked and then get in their cars to move on to the next site.
Between the regular sites (Hall of Fame barn, Parade of Breeds, etc.) and the special events (Rolex 3-Day Event, holiday lights, etc.), the Kentucky Horse Park is an exceptional gem.
Fantastic after noon , southern hospitality , beautiful surroundings and a Farm House restraunt tucked away with views of the Bluegrass to die for !
Cave Hill Cemetery Louisville
We were able to visit the graves of Kentucky legend Colonel Sanders, basketball player Derek Smith, Muhammad Ali, Louisville's honorary City Magician Harry Collins, and saw many other memorable grave sites during...
I visited the grave sites of KY greats, Kernel Harland Sanders (Wife Claudia) Kentucky Fried Chicken, military officer, George Rogers Clark, and Louisville ambassador and boxing champion, Cassius Clay or Muhammad...
Beautiful murals worth a nice stroll seeing the history of the area and a view back of the city.
Fantastic views of the Ohio River in a quaint town as Paducah is.
Loved the up close and personal view
We were able to get off the bus and see the sites firsthand (training track, barn, etc.).
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A small gift shop is on site and the staff also can provide maps for a Lincoln walking tour of Lexington and a walking tour that features famous Kentuckians in the historic Lexington cemetery.
And if history hasn't been completely kind to Mary Todd Lincoln, the tour of her home provides an informative and balanced view of her formative years and subsequent fame.
The Big Four Bridge Louisville
A leisurely stroll or bike ride over the mile-long path provides a unique vantage point for beautiful views of the Mighty Ohio, the Louisville skyline, and the historic river town of Jeffersonville--plus a taste o...
Great view, usually wonderful breeze, and lots of benches where you can either sit and watch the water traffic for a while, or read the markers for some of the history of the bridge.
Whether it is a walk around campus to view the historic landmarks or participating in one of the many cultural events, there is always something interesting happening.
We were just in town to see the National Corvette Museum, but found this to be close by and interesting to look at, with beautiful views of the valley.
Churchill Downs Louisville
It was very interesting tour, our tour guide Angie, she was very good, we got to see the horse training and where the horse barn is at the back site, also we got the chance walk on the stakes patio, it was a great...
Be sure to check out the new four hour trackside tour by Golf Cart- Visit the various levels of Churchill Downs and enjoy the view as trainers are exercising the horses in the early morning, drive through the barn...
My husband I love to visit historic homes and the "My Old Kentucky Home" site is among the very best we have been to.The property named after the iconic Stephen Foster ballad features an amazing farm and home with...
I would recommend that everyone take a regular tour during the day just to get a real view of the beautiful house and furnishings and to get a better understanding of the family's history.
Lexington Cemetery Lexington
Great maps to guide you around whether you're looking for historic burial sites or specific species of trees.
We plan to return and stroll some and take in the natural beauty and view the many old headstones up close.
Awesome layout for a minor league stadium, great views, good food and drink.
They have a lot of special events and the Thunder over Louisville fireworks view from the ballpark is incredible.
It is often the site of Prom pictures or Wedding pictures and you see a lot of people carrying cameras while on the grounds.
View the seat of government
We made our way to Four Roses where we toured the site & enjoyed another unique experience with the mission style buildings and history of the rose story.
It was easy to follow, the distilleries all had something interesting to share, stunning views, or beautiful grounds to walk.
Frankfort Cemetery Frankfort
This is a beautiful, well maintained cemetery will rolling green hills, great views of the Kentucky River, the town of Frankfort and the capital building, and well maintained paved roads throughout.
We went to the Daniel Boone site, the confederate site and the war memorials and thoroughly enjoyed viewing those parts of our history.
Locust Grove Louisville
Volunteers should be encouraged to "go with the flow" a bit more, but other than that, it was a perfect evening and a memorable site to visit.
Beautiful Historic Site, with great book sales!
The Purple People Bridge is a historic place, and has great views of Cincinnati, Northern kentucky and the river with its barges and paddle wheelers.
Beautiful, beautiful view of two gorgeous cities. Absolutely the most memorable way to enter Cincinnati.
Old Louisville Louisville
Old Louisville is, in my experience, a unique collection of houses and streets that offers a strong sense of how that class lived, and of the values that defined its view of a community.
Downloaded a guided tour to help find the best interesting sites.
The Paducah Riverwalk is a great place for river buffs and others alike to take a leisurely stroll, learn about the area's rich river history, and take in the sights, sounds, and smells of old man river.
wonderful murals and info about the founding of Paducah along with the amazing view of the Ohio River .
Rupp Arena Lexington
There are plenty of tours of the city, horse farms, distilleries, historical landmarks and they will pick you up at at your hotel in Rupp Arena.
Excellent Site for a Large Gathering
We had a very informative docent for our tour, enjoyed the lovely grounds and tasty lunch repast in the on-site cafe.
There is a small cafe on site outside the home and plenty of free parking available as well.
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WinStar Farm Versailles
... will get to drive by all of them and will have an opportunity to see mares and foals (we went in July), see the owner's 180000 square foot house, several guest houses, some pond views, and other stunning scenery.
In one view, we got to meet Pioneer of the Nile and Exxagorator, and the whole place is top of the line.
Chaney's Dairy Barn Bowling Green
Great place for sandwiches and ice cream!!! Their ice cream is made on site with milk supplied by the dairy cattle you can see grazing on their farm next door.
It is on an operating farm so the views are Americana and the people very nice.