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Your Lexington experience starts at the Visitor's Center, located in the heart of downtown. Their friendly staff is happy to help you get the most out of your time here. Stop in and check out videos on several interactive screens, chat about the many can't-miss experiences that await, and even grab some unique memorabilia to take home with you. M-F 8:30-5pm, Sat. 10-5pm.
Departing from the R. J. Corman Lexington Station, the voyage extends past McConnell Springs, through some of the most beautiful horse farms of the Bluegrass. The lunch excursion lasts 2 hours and the dinner excursion is 2 1/2 hours. Along the trek, passengers enjoy seasonal entrees prepared on board, as well as a scenic tour of local and historical locations. Call 1-866-801-3463 for reservations.
The Art Museum at the University of Kentucky is Lexington's premier art museum. It is located in the Singletary Center for the Arts and features artwork ranging from old masters to contemporary. The collection includes artwork from around the world from paintings, prints, sculptures and more. Admission to the permanent collection gallery is free. Traveling exhibition ticket prices vary.
Indulging clients and gift-givers with distinguished gifts and registries. The store is a carefully curated blend of southern hospitality, traditional sensibilities and equestrian lifestyle. An array of impressive brands including Meissen, Buccellati, Daum, Moser, Simon Pearce, Herend and Baccarat. With all of its offerings L.V. Harkness provides luxurious beauty around the world.
The Blue Grass Stockyards is more than a stockyard. Today, it’s collectively called the Blue Grass Regional Marketplace, a place for farmers to share commerce, but also for the community to come and learn about the agriculture industry of Kentucky.
Renowned for its’ southern charm and quality dealers, the Blue Grass Trust for Historic Preservation presents its 33rd Antiques & Garden Show March 2-4, 2018 in Lexington.
Situated entirely inside the old barrel house building of the former James E. Pepper distillery - hence the name - the Barrel House Distillery is one of the oldest modern craft distilleries, rapidly approaching its tenth year of operation.
Thank you for coming to share in the unique attractions of the Bluegrass. While you are here, we hope you are able to take time to see the beautiful natural wonders of the region and visit many of the local attractions and businesses that make this area of the Commonwealth so distinctive. Any season is the perfect time to visit the Bluegrass. The Bluegrass Region truly offers something for everyone - from the world-renowned Kentucky Artisan Center for those who are patrons of arts and crafts; distinctly Bluegrass food and beverages at many of our local eateries and along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail; to historically poignant sites such as Perryville Battlefield and Camp Nelson National Cemetery.
We invite you to experience the sights and sounds of this one-of-a-kind locale, where the charms and touches of rural life are met with excitement and energy of an ever-growing region.
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