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In the North Central Region of Kentucky you'll find one of the state's more popular claims to fame: Horse Country. Soft rolling hills, glowing bluegrass countryside and equestrian attractions including Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Horse Park make this area one of the state's most traveled.
North Central Kentucky is home to Kentucky's Derby Region, the Northern Kentucky River Region, and the Bluegrass Region.
Kentucky's Derby Region.
Whether you are planning a girl's getaway, reunion, corporate meeting, family vacation or romantic getaway, Kentucky's Derby Region offers so many varied sights and attractions that everyone in your party will enjoy the adventure.
Built on the falls of the Ohio River, Louisville offers all the action of a big city with the charm and friendliness of a small town. Louisville is home to the Kentucky Derby and world-class museums such as the Louisville Slugger Museum and the Muhammad Ali Center. Enjoy the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and the Louisville Zoo. Follow Louisville's Urban Bourbon Trail, take a river cruise and play in the city's two entertainment districts featuring restaurants, clubs, shops and live entertainment.
Explore the life and legend of Abraham Lincoln at sites along Kentucky's Lincoln Heritage Trail as you take a scenic tour of the historic towns and hamlets in the Derby Region. You'll find a bounty of museums, unique shops and sites, restaurants, Kentucky foods and fun and friendly locals all along the way
Tour world-famous bourbon distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, enjoy live theatre or take a ghost trek walking tour in Bardstown, the Bourbon Capital of the World. Discover the bounty of Kentucky at Bray Orchards; shop for antiques and crafts in historic Elizabethtown or enjoy unique shopping, restaurants and golf in Shelbyville, the American Saddlebred Capital of the World.
Kentucky's Derby Region - It's more than racing by a long shot.
Northern Kentucky River Region.
From fast-paced action at the Kentucky Speedway to scenic drives over romantic covered bridges or a tour of the oldest winery in the state, visitors of all ages from all over the world enjoy our laid back, relaxed energy, welcoming hospitality, fun family events and memory-making attractions.
Visit the world-renowned Newport Aquarium and the Newport on the Levee mega-entertainment complex. Historic German-inspired MainStrasse Village, unforgettable scenery, riverboat cruises, charming historic towns with unique shops, historic sites, galleries and dining, live music, huge animatronics dinosaurs, performing arts and museums - there are so many ways to enjoy your vacation days in the Northern Kentucky River Region.
The history, heritage and culture of Kentucky can be experienced in real time with unique-to-Kentucky sites and attractions. Take a ride on the Augusta Ferry, one of the oldest continuous running ferries on the Ohio River or marvel at the Carrol Chimes Bell Tower and tour Kentucky's second largest historic district.
Of course, you can always enjoy the beautiful outdoors canoeing on the still waters of Kincaid Lake or watching wildlife on the scenic Licking River.
Check out our hot deals and packages and all the ways you can enjoy your days and nights in the beautiful Northern Kentucky River Region.
Famous for its horse farms and scenic drives past beautiful pasture land, the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky is truly a horse-lover's paradise. And, for those in the know, it's so much more.
Lexington, Kentucky's second-largest city and the Horse Capital of the World, offers a vibrant mix of historic sites, shopping, attractions, dining and nightlife. Visit the State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, the Railroad Museum and the world renowned Kentucky Horse Park where you can pet champion thoroughbreds. Lincoln's Lexington Walking Tour encompasses 18 historic sites in this beautiful city.
Berea, the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky was recently named among "The Nation's Top 25 Arts Destinations" by American Style magazine. Visit with artisans in over 40 artists' studios and enjoy world-class festivals in this historic college mountain town. A don't-miss is the Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea where you can view and purchase Kentucky arts and crafts and enjoy dining at the Center's cafe.
Explore the Capitol Grounds and the Kentucky History Center in Frankfort; tour Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, America's largest restored Shaker community; enjoy exceptional thoroughbred racing in Keenland and spend an evening at Kentucky's oldest outdoor dinner theatre, the lively Pioneer Playhouse in Danville. Play outdoors, visit pioneer, Civil War and living history exhibits, take the Woodland Reserve Distillery Tour and enjoy your vacation in Kentucky's beautiful Bluegrass Region.
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