A big part of the travel experience when you visit a city is the food. I’m sharing several restaurants that you will want to add to your list the next time that you are in Louisville, Kentucky.
When I discovered a few images of the Underground Mega Bike Park in Louisville, Kentucky on social media, I knew that I had to try it for myself.
I invited travelers to share some of their favorite unique holiday themed adventures and destinations. I think their recommendations will inspire you to add a lot of these places to your list.
Looking for a fun Kentucky roadtrip?
My boys and I discovered that Winchester, KY makes a great day trip from Cincinnati. Winchester is located about 1.5 hours away from Cincinnati and 30 minutes from Lexington, KY.
To get a better understanding of the Kentucky Derby, a great place to start racing appreciation is at the Kentucky Derby Museum located next to Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
One of our favorite parts of visiting an area that we’ve never been to before is the local food. I’m sharing 5 restaurants in the area near Bowling Green, Kentucky that each have their own distinct charm and great food.
A visit to Mega Cavern in Louisville, Kentucky was on my adventure list and I was SO EXCITED that we were able to cross off a visit during the final days in December.
If you are looking for a destination with charm and history, Bardstown, Kentucky has you covered. There is a lot to discover in this small town with a big heart.
The Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky offers a lot for families to do around the holidays. Each year, Christmas at the Galt continues to grow with additional activities offered for families. Let’s start with the Dancing Bellman. Each evening at 5pm the bellman show off their dancing skills in the SUITE lobby. These are bellman by trade, who go through an intensive training with a choreographer 2 months prior that also helped several of the dancers shred some pounds as a result.