Looking for a unique experience around the holidays? Kentucky has several holiday adventures throughout the state that are perfect for making memories with friends and family.
The Louisville Jack O’ Lantern Spectacular is definitely a fall event worth checking out. It’s even worth the drive if you are visiting from out of town. I’m sharing some tips to help you make the most out of your first visit.
When you visit the Kentucky Derby Museum in Louisville, make sure that you take advantage of the 30 minute guided historic walking tour at Churchill Downs that is included with your admission.
I love caving and the Bowling Green, Kentucky region has a LOT of caves to explore in the area. The boys and I enjoyed several adventures at Hidden River Cave. I loved that this cave is tucked away under downtown streets of Horse Cave city and that you have options for all adventure levels.
During our visit to Lexington, KY we took a Unique Horse Farm Tour with tour guide extraordinaire, Shaun Washington. He shared with us that we needed to come back to see a race at Keeneland. We didn’t know what to expect for our first race and I wanted to share useful tips before your visit.
It doesn’t take much to persuade me to stop for a sweet treat….which is why a spontaneous last minute stop to check out Hi-Five Doughnuts was totally worth it!
You don’t have to be a huge fan of bourbon to enjoy a distillery tour in Kentucky. You can still learn a lot about the history and gain a new appreciation for the art of making bourbon.
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 has their own distinct charm and great food.
Kentucky is known around the world for their bourbon, but there is still so much more to discover in the Bluegrass State in addition to what you find along the Bourbon Trail.