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Things to do in Kentucky
Bardstown - have a gourmet dinner at Chapeze House
Kentucky is renowned for the quality of its Bourbon and the tasting shrine for most aficionados is at the Chapeze House in Bardstown. As one of the homes of the creation of Bourbon, the distillery offers visitors the opportunity to see how the spirit is made as well as sampling some of it. For a really special visit book a meal with Colonel Michael Masters, the owner of Chapeze House and renowned Kentucky personality.
Danville - visit Constitution Square
It is not often that you get an opportunity to visit the birth place of a nation or state but Constitution Square in Danville offers just this opportunity. The 10 conventions prior to Kentucky being granted Statehood were held here and the original buildings have been restored to commemorate this historic event. The first Governor of the state of Kentucky was appointed to his position on this very site back in 1792.
Georgetown - explore the Cardome Center
The mansion now standing on the site of the Cardome center in Georgetown is a replica of the original that was built back in 1821 that was destroyed by fire in 1986. In its time it has been a private home, cloisters for a nunnery, an administrative center for the community and is now a museum to the written word.
Jeffersontown - enjoy baseball action at Skyview Park
Jeffesrsontown has a number of recreational facilities within the city limits, but the most popular is at Skyview Park, which is home to the town’s Little League and where regular sporting events including in the past the Little League World Series for Senior League Girls Softball are hosted. There is a full size baseball pitch as well as pitches for softball and practice areas, so make your way to the park and enjoy some baseball or softball action.
Jeffersontown - wander and explore the Historical Museum
Many of the exhibits that can be found in the Jeffersontown Historical Museum have been donated by families living in the city since its creation. The museum, documents life back to the 18th and 19th century, and offers an insight to life in those times, including the clothing and household wares. The museum is closed at the weekends but open from 10am to 5pm during the week.
Lexington - experience the Waveland State Historic Site
Much of the original plantation that existed at the Waveland State Historic Site has gone now, although the main house built back in the 19th century along with the slave quarters, smoke and icehouses still exist and are included in the tour of the site. The site was once renowned for its racetrack and horses as well as growing hemp. Evidence of this can be found during the house tour, along with being able to see some excellent examples of period furniture.
Lexington - take a guided tour of the Henry Clay Estate
Henry Clay was one of the most influential people to have ever lived in the Untied States, yet never became president. His work at the start of the Civil War helped to shape the nation and his arguments with the Supreme Court are still cited in law today. A visit to his estate in Ashland, Lexington and a guided tour around the mansion gives an insight to this complex man. The museum is closed on Mondays and for all of January.
London - chill out at the Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park
The Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park offers something for the whole family, including camping and a range of leisure activities that are suitable for all levels of fitness. The park is also home to some historic buildings that include replicas of life back in the 18th and 19th centuries, when much of the region was still a wilderness. Very interesting is the Mountain Life Museum which is a collection of 7 buildings, housing items from pioneer days, including home and agricultural implements.
Louisville - explore the history of Belle of Louisville
Take a trip back into the past by visiting the historic Belle of Louisville, which is a paddleboat steamer built in around 1931. It was once called the Idlewild and then the Avalon. The Belle of Louisville has been travelling along the Ohio River since 1963, after a number of extensive renovations. It is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area. If in the area, during the Kentucky Derby, look out for her competing in the Kentucky Derby Festival Great Steamboat Race.
Louisville - take a walking tour of the Old Louisville Grand
Every town has something of interest to see, but it is often hard to find where they are, and learn about some of the history behind them. In Louisville they have solved this by having walking tours every day except Sunday and Monday, hosted by local residents that can show you all the best places, and explain there interesting past. The tour covers the most important of the 19th and 20th century buildings, that make up the character of this historic town.
Introduction of Kentucky
There is so much for the visitor to see and do in the state of Kentucky in the USA and there are hotels in Kentucky to suit all budgets and interest. You could stay in the same suite in hotels in Kentucky where F Scott Fitzgerald stayed in the city of Louisville or camp in a forest where Daniel Boone once stayed. There are Kentucky hotels available in all major towns and cities close to all major Kentucky attractions. When exploring Kentucky, you must visit the fascinating Museum of the American Quilter’s Society in Paducah or follow the Cherokee Trail of Tears which marks the well known forced march of the Cherokee Indians through the towns of Hopkinsville, Marion and Princeton. No trip to Kentucky would be complete without a visit to either the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington or the Churchill Downs and Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville.