Kentucky Bluegrass Country Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Kentucky Bluegrass Country - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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This 18-room brick mansion was the country home of Senator Henry Clay and his family for more than four decades. The tour highlights...

Bluegrass Tours

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Lexington's oldest tour company takes visitors to horse farms, Keeneland racetrack, and historic venues in Lexington. It's an excellent...

Churchill Downs and the Kentucky Derby Museum

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Exhibits here recount the history of America's oldest sporting event and include a surround-sound film of the race. Admission includes...

Equus Run Vineyards

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Thirty-five rolling acres are planted in several kinds of grapes, but you won't mistake this for Napa Valley. As the name suggests, horses...

Headley-Whitney Museum

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George W. Headley was a prominent designer of jewelry and small decorative art objects known as bibelots. Dozens of his pieces are on...

Hunt-Morgan House

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John Wesley Hunt, the first millionaire west of the Appalachians, built this Federal-style house in Lexington's Gratz Park district in...

Kentucky Horse Park

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Tour the International Museum of the Horse, run in cooperation with the Smithsonian Institution. In addition to viewing the many exhibits...

Locust Grove

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This redbrick Georgian plantation house was built around 1790 by William and Lucy Croghan, who was George Rogers Clark's sister (the...

Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

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You can't miss this place—a seven-story baseball bat leans against the building housing the museum and bat factory. (An appropriately...

Louisville Zoo

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More than 1,300 animals from around the world live here in landscaped settings. The Gorilla Forest, home to Lowland Gorillas, is an award-winning...