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We work with many CVBs and Visitors Centers as hoteliers; it is refreshing to visit one that is spotless, with genuinely friendly and knowledgeable staff who gladly spends time introducing their town to you.
On a trip to visit the University we took a trip to the Visitors Center and found the people there very helpful, very friendly and a great source of information from the history of Lexington to restaurant recommen...
Park free and enter the visitor's center for guidance to other centers, and then stroll about the grouneds aned nearby streets where you'll find public art exhibits and a good range of what the local artisans have...
In addition to the wonderful center this is located by a variety of arts, crafts and antique stores.
One of the best rest stops I've been to... Clean bathrooms with fresh flowers (seen multiple times) Nice size tourism info center A little tricky to get to depending what direction you're traveling but worth the r...
There are the typical travel welcome center amenities (restrooms, maps, etc.) with the added pleasure of the mansion and grounds to enjoy.
The Expo Center provides multiple air conditioned venues for displays from livestock to arts to quilts to farm products to cooking competitions to live performances and on and on.
The convention center is located conveniently next to the airport making entrance and exiting as seamless as possible.
The planetarium is inside the visitor center and offered a cool show about the earth, moon, and sun and also various laser light shows that are sure to entertain kids and adults alike.
Very informative center providing lots of history.
The Louisville Visitors Center was a great place with lots of info and some good souvenirs too, thanks for pointing us in the right direction to what we should see and do in your fine city.
The Visitors center shows the history of The Battle of Richmond and it coincides with the Battle of Richmond reactment August 26th-29,2016.
The Visitor Center has a great little museum and Phillip the Manager really iknows his stuff.
Located at the corner of Fourth & Jefferson Streets in Downtown Louisville, the Louisville Visitor Center is a must-go-to place to visit.
I enjoyed visiting the Louisville Visitor Center on Wednesday, July 12, 2017.
The Kentucky Museum Bowling Green
(Mostly volunteers) My husband and I then went around to the Alumni Center where "Big Red - Bronze Monster Mascot" -- the school's Cookie Monsterish plate-mouthed mascot.
Great center that is growing
E-Rupp-ed folks must go through the Convention Center
the place is huge and very nice we had an amazing 3 day conference there and very clean atmosphere beautiful convention center great food as well!
We were in town for a conference at the Convention Center and had many options of places to park within walking distance.
This library is a valuable resource to the local community.
Sloan Convention Center Bowling Green
thoroughly enjoyed our day spent at the convention center sharing the time with other Corvette owners for the 35th Corvette Homecoming
The convention center offers a variety of rooms for your conventions or siminars.
Stop into the visitors center and you will find all the information you will need to start your adventure.
Owensboro is an amazing town and what's been done on the waterfront is truly world class, as is the Convention Center.
The visitor center is right by the Bluegrass Museum and Convention Center.
From the visitor's center you are given a good overview of the town's history.
Definitely start at the Visitor's Center.
This is a very beautiful area and the educational center is very nice.
Excellent resource and staff
I know I will back in a couple of weeks for another half day at this fantastic resource.
The visitor center was clean and organized, lots of information about the geology and history of the area, and it is free.
The Center was without AC when we visited, so the restrooms were hot, but they were clean and with running water.
The greatest thing about this conference center is all of the amazing places surrounding it.
Convention center was easy to navigate.
Even if you normally don't go to tourist center or if you've been to Bardstown many times; I highly recommend just stopping in here and asking if anything special is happening.