Nationally recognized arboretum, listed in National Register of Historic Places.
THE place to get close to horses! Home of the International Museum of the Horse, American Saddlebred Museum and the National Horse Center. See our Treasures of the Bluegrass and visit with our many friendly horses, including some rare and unusual types of breeds and our Kentucky Derby horses in the Hall of Champions.
A 25,000 sqft facility where visitors can enjoy Kentucky history, arts & crafts and food.
National Historic Landmark. “A beautiful & genteel racetrack” with live racing in April & October.
Federal-style house, includes Alexander T. Hunt Civil War Museum.
The DAC is a diverse and robust entertainment center located in the heart of beautiful downtown Lexington. Our programming celebrates the creation, production, and presentation of innovation, and high-quality arts experiences in theater, dance, spoken word, music, the visual and new media arts.
Historic (1902) old public library building on Gratz Park. Full spectrum literacy center offering workshops in all seasons. Art gallery, after-school tutoring, writer-in-residence, book exchange.
Restored historic aircraft, aviation artifacts, interactive displays & gift shop.
National historic landmark. Located on a beautiful 20-acre wooded estate. Visitors can tour 18-room house that statesman Henry Clay lived in, along with the 6 outbuildings on the estate.
When touring our Candy Kitchen you’ll smell the delicious chocolate aroma and see how candy is made. We have free samples of chocolates while you’re browsing through our gift shop. We’re best known for our Bourbon Chocolates, Bourbon Cherries & bourbon Truffles. All made with 100 proof Jim Beam Bourbon. Southland Drive Tour Hours: Monday…