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Enjoy Frankfort! A beautiful and unique small town. The Capital of Kentucky is centrally located 54 miles east of Louisville and 29 miles west of Lexington. Frankfort is..
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..
Lexington, Horse Capital of the World, is a vibrant city nestled in the heart of Kentucky's famed scenic Bluegrass Region. Just minutes from the center of town are acres and acres of..
Historic Downtown Georgetown is one of the most picturesque Victorian downtown areas in Kentucky. It is home to an impressive array of antique shops, unique boutiques, and restaurants and..
Augusta is located in Bracken County, Kentucky, at the convergence of the Ohio River and Bracken Creek. Riverside Drive in Augusta offers an incredible long-range view of this picturesque..
Come sample our spirit in Bardstown, The Bourbon Capital of the World. You’ll find a Southern spirit that welcomes you to one of The Best Small Towns in America; a religious spirit..
Welcome to the Folk Arts and Crafts Capital of Kentucky! Often ranked among the top art communities in the entire United States, Berea is a city of diverse culture, art and open-minded..
Carlisle, the county seat of Nicholas County, lies in the Bluegrass area of Kentucky just 56km (35 miles) northeast of Lexington and an easy two-hour drive from Louisville. The general..
Located midway between Cincinnati and Louisville where the Ohio and Kentucky Rivers meet, Carrollton is the kind of town where you can still get a good breakfast, read a paper, and look out..
Welcome to Covington, Kentucky! Founded in 1815, Covington is the largest city in Northern Kentucky and has the largest number of National Register historic districts (16), for a city its..
Chartered as the county seat of Harrison County in 1793 and built on the land of early settler Robert Harrison, Cynthiana was named for Harrison's daughters Cynthia and Anna. The city..
Welcome to Danville-Boyle County! We invite you to discover the unique sites and sounds that have earned our community the reputation as a premier historical destination. We offer a..
Elizabethtown, founded in 1779, is full of history from the Native Americans and pioneer settlers, to the Civil War and beyond. If you enjoy history you will enjoy a trip to..
Located north of Elizabethtown and south of Louisville, Fort Knox is a US army base famous for housing the United States Bullion Repository - the largest repository of gold bullion in the..
Begin your adventures in a small town that's bursting with historic charm. Once a frontier territory, "Harrodstown" was founded in 1774 as the first permanent English settlement west of..
Sitting along the North Fork of the Nolin River, Hodgenville is the county seat of LaRue County, Kentucky. Centrally located in the state, the city is known for being the birthplace of the..
Witness the unique charm of La Grange as a freight train rolls right down the center of Main Street in the city's historic downtown. La Grange is the county seat of Oldham County and home..
Situated in the rolling hills of Central Kentucky, Lawrenceburg offers the amenities of rural life with the availability of an urban lifestyle offered by the larger metropolitan cities of..
Located in the Bluegrass Region of Kentucky, Lebanon is a community rich in history, industry and natural beauty. As the county seat of Marion County, the city is equidistant from..
Mayfield's sporting events, cultural activities and historical districts attract visitors from all over the country. Here you can journey through a canopy of tree-lined country lanes, over..
Located midway between Frankfort and Lexington along the Lexington and Ohio Railroad, Midway is home to a major thoroughbred race horse breeding operation, The Chimneys Farm.
Founded over 200 years ago, New Castle is the county seat of Henry County. Situated 35 minutes from Louisville, the city is one of the smallest towns in the state. Downtown New Castle..
Welcome to Newport, Kentucky! Founded in 1795, this charming, historic city on the banks of the Ohio River is home to many of Kentucky's premier attractions including the world-class..
Located in northern Kentucky's natural River Region, Owenton invites you to explore the beautiful Kentucky countryside and enjoy hands-on family attractions. Discover the city's history by..
Tucked away in the heart of Kentucky's famed Bluegrass Region, Paris is the county seat of Bourbon County. Settled in 1776 and named after France's capital, Paris is home to an abundance of..
The Radcliff/Fort Knox Communities share a uniquely close relationship that dates back to the establishment of both communities in 1919. After the federal government established Camp Knox..
The centrally located, vivacious city of Richmond is known as Kentucky's fastest growing city (population 20,000-plus). The city was named after Richmond, Virginia, the hometown of..
The American Saddlebred Capital of the World, Shelbyville, is named in honor of Governor Isaac Shelby. In the early 1800's, Shelbyville was a place to stop as you traveled between..
From hand-blown glass to spectacles only nature can provide, It's all in Shepherdsville's nature. Where else can you watch master bourbon distillers ply their craft, dine while watching..
The county seat of Woodford County and home to horses, bourbon and beautiful blue grass, lovely Versailles is within a short driving distance of Lexington, Frankfort and Louisville in the..
Yew Dell Gardens is the former 33-acre home, gardens and arboretum of the late commercial nurseryman Theodore Klein. The unique collection of rare garden plants, display gardens and unique..
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..
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