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Hunt-Morgan House

in Historic

In the midst of Lexington's historic and picturesque antebellum Gratz Park, the Hunt-Morgan House stands as a reminder of early nineteenth century life, when Lexington, Kentucky was known as The Athens of the West. The museum's collection of early Kentucky furniture, antique porcelain and nineteenth century paintings captures the elegance of the Hunt and Morgan families.

201 N. Mill Street
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
United States

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VisitLEX

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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.

401 West Main Street, Suite 104
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
United States

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R.J. Corman Dinner Train

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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.

150 Oliver Lewis Way
Lexington, Kentucky 40508
United States

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MARY TODD LINCOLN HOUSE

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This late-Georgian-style brick house is the site of the nation's first shrine to a First Lady. The home was restored to reflect the Todd family's residency with period furniture, family portraits and furnishings from the Todds as well as the Lincoln's. Located in the heart of downtown Lexington, easy walking distance from downtown hotels and Rupp Arena. Last tour starts at 3pm.

578 W. Main St.
Lexington, Kentucky 40507
United States

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ASHLAND, THE HENRY CLAY ESTATE

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Ashland, the home of famous 19th-century statesman Henry Clay, is located a short distance from downtown Lexington, on a beautiful 20-acre wooded estate. It is designated as a National Historic Landmark and has been open to the public for 50 years. Visit their gift shop and enjoy lunch at the Gingko Tree Cafe.You may stroll the surrounding grounds at any time.

120 Sycamore Road
Lexington, Kentucky 40502
United States

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CIVIL WAR FORT AT BOONESBORO

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Visitors, especially Civil War enthusiasts will enjoy visiting this historic area located on Ford Road overlooking the Kentucky River. A scenic trail provides a beautiful view of the Kentucky River. Self guided tours are year round, and guided tours are available by appointment. The Civil War Fort also features cell phone guided tours.

1250 Ford Road
Winchester, Kentucky 40391
United States

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KENTUCKY RAILWAY MUSEUM

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The Kentucky Railway Museum lets you recapture the romance of the local passenger train when it was small-town America's link to the world. Enjoy a 22 mile train excursion through the beautiful Rolling Fork River Valley on a restored passenger train. Experience the history when you visit the museum. Trains run on Saturday and Sunday only.

136 S. Main St.
New Haven, Kentucky 40051
United States

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BLUEGRASS HERITAGE MUSEUM

in Exhibit, Historic, Educational

Explore the rich heritage of Central Kentucky at the Bluegrass Heritage Museum. Changing exhibits and a newly renovated building complete with an elevator make the museum accessible to all. Located in a signature Romanesque Revival building on South Main Street in Winchester, KY, the museum examines the history of the Bluegrass from European contact with Native Americans to the present.

217 South Main Street
Winchester, Kentucky 40391
United States

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BUFFALO TRACE DISTILLERY

in Historic, Educational, Cultural

Buffalo Trace Distillery is one of America's oldest continuously operating distilleries and is on the National Register of Historic Places. It is home of the flagship bourbon Buffalo Trace Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The distillery is gaining international attention for its older bourbons including The Antique Bourbon Collection. Visitors can tour the distillery, enjoy their tasting room and visit their unique gift shop.

1001 Wilkinson Blvd.
Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
United States

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Thoroughbred Breeders Museum, Inc.

in Museum, Museum

205 Main St
Paris, Kentucky 40361
United States

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