Tucked away in the heart of Kentucky's famed Bluegrass Region, Paris is the county seat of Bourbon County. Settled in 1776 and named after France's capital, Paris is home to an abundance of historical sites. While visiting Paris, be sure to stop and see some of the prominent historical landmarks, the Bourbon County Courthouse, Colville Covered Bridge or the Hopewell Museum, to only name a few.
Paris is also home to thoroughbred horses; abundant, rolling pastures and picturesque landscapes. If you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of Lexington, hop on the nationally acclaimed Paris Pike and escape to the city of Paris where you will find horses, history and hospitality.
Visit http://www.parisky.com/hospitality.html for more information.
City Building is located at 525 High Street