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The top 35 attractions in Kentucky

Caves in Cave City
Mammoth Cave National Park
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The visit to this national park is one of the highlights in any trip to Kentucky. Not only is it the largest cave system in the wo
Of Touristic Interest in Louisville
Gallopalooza
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We all know about the public art show that's called Cow Parade because several Spanish cities participated in it. There were large
Gardens in Lexington
Jacobson Park
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The bluegrass and Kentucky bluegrass, is a herbaceous plant from the region whose center is Lexington. It covers the fields witha
Shops in Lexington
Joseph-Beth Booksellers
This large bookshop is part of a chain of independent stores from large U.S. publishers, based in Lexington, Kentucky. More than a
Airports in Lexington
Blue Grass Airport
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Compared to many airports around the world, and in the United States, the Blue Grass airport is very local because it only offers
Museums in Louisville
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
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If you're a baseball lover you've come to the right place. In Louisville, Kentucky they've been making bats for over 100 years. Al
Museums in Louisville
Muhammad Ali Center
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Who hasn't heard of Muhammad Ali? Known early in his career by his real name, Cassius Clay, he's considered to be one of the great
Of Touristic Interest in Lexington
Kentucky Bluegrass
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Kentucky is a state known mainly for two things: horses and bourbon. However, its greatest treasure is called Bluegrass area in th
Museums in Louisville
Kentucky Science Center
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The Science Center is a place dedicated to science and scientific research in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. It's on Main Street, a sh
Bus Stations in Louisville
TARC Trolley
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The TARC (Transit Authority of River City) Tramways function as public buses and are a part of the urban transport network of Loui
Museums in Fort Knox
General George Patton Museum of Leadership
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Military tourism enjoys great prestige in the United States. People go to the battlefields of the Civil War or War of Independence
Of Cultural Interest in Georgetown
Historic Georgetown
Georgetown is a small town in central Kentucky known for its significant architectural legacy. With over 300 buildings listed as h
Of Touristic Interest in Louisville
Belle of Louisville & Spirit of Jefferson
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After visiting the center of Louisville, we went with the idea of ​​cruising the Ohio River. The Ohio wouldn't be the Mississippi
Of Touristic Interest in Lexington
Kentucky Ale
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One of the main attractions are its state of Kentucky Bourbon distilleries, most of which offer guided tours. They are big compani
Museums in Lexington
Lexington History Museum
The Museum of History is in a beautiful building that was built in 1901 and once housed the offices of the judiciary and the court
Museums in Louisville
Frazier History Museum
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The Frazier International History Museum can be found on the main street of historic downtown Louisville and just steps from Slugg
Of Cultural Interest in Frankfort
Jesse R. Zeigler House
Most would say that having a chance to see the architectural work of Frank Lloyd Wright is a dream for many architects, myself inc
Horse Racing in Lexington
Equestrian Park in Kentucky
There was an impressive cold spell in February 2008. This did not stop us from going one morning to the Horse Park, a landmark in