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Louisville or Lexington for long weekend?

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This community of travelers has been a great help in the short time I've been reading, so I hope you can help me again, please.

We have the option of visiting either Louisville or Lexington for a long weekend after a family reunion in Cinci.. Looking for history, unique & fun sites, a general feel for the area.

Have researched and find both appealing, so I should clarify that we also hope to visit nearby Mammoth Cave and Lincoln Birthplace area. If we added both the Cave and Birthplace, would it make more sense to continue our stay in Louisville or Lexington, or would it make more sense to take one night and stay a bit south, more in that area, maybe in Elizabethtown?

Would like to see as much as possible because its unlikely we'll return any time soon.

TIA for any feedback!

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