Depending on what part of town you live in the Cincy Metro, you can easily road trip to one of these three major cities in 2 hours or less. Each city has its own style and flavors that deserve a visit. I’m sharing a few suggestions for each city to add to your list.
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.
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!
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.
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.
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.
Over the years we’ve seen many drive thru light displays but the Underground Light display at Lights Under Louisville is truly unique.