Historic Midway sits on a branch of South Elkhorn Creek, surrounded by the velvety pastures of Kentucky’s famed Bluegrass Region, home of some of the world’s most illustrious Thoroughbred farms. Established in the 1830’s, Midway is located in northern Woodford County. It was the first town in Kentucky developed by a railway company. It was named for its location exactly midway between Lexington and Frankfort.
Trains still rumble along Railroad Street through the middle of town, past charming old buildings that house an array of antique shops, art and craft galleries, specialty stores and restaurants. Midway College, Kentucky’s only women’s college, is a short walk from the center of town. Midway has a genuine small-town character and friendly ways. Visit Midway and see why Travel Holiday magazine named it one of America’s 10 best small towns. email@example.com.