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Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Boat Launch, Store and Campground on site.
Hopewell Museum, an art & history museum with children
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Housed in a renovated 1909 Beaux Arts Post Office, Hopewell Museum is an art and heritage museum  of Bourbon County and Central Kentucky that  celebrates, with ...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
This public course in Bourbon County was ranked #8 in the state by Golf Digest magazine and features bent-grass fairways, tees and greens as well as a driving range and puttin...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Headquarters of the Garden Club of Kentucky, Inc., the Wallis House in Paris is the site for many local and state-wide gatherings. The extensive grounds contain an arboretum a...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Specializing in restoring health and spirit in aged mares. OMRH houses many former thoroughbred broodmares who welcome fans to come visit.
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
For the golfer looking for a bargain, Shady Brook Golf offers a 9-hole course with country charm at a very reasonable price. Open dawn to dusk. Weekdays: 9 Holes with cart $13...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Cane Ridge Meeting House, 9 miles east via US 460 and SR537 at 1655 Cane Ridge Road, built of blue ash logs by Scots Presbyterian pioneers in 1791. Said to be the largest one-...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Tours of the farm in Bourbon County near Paris are by appointment only and advance registration must be made by calling 859-987-2330. Hours of Operation: Walking Tours availa...
Bourbon, Horses & History Paris, KY
Duncan Tavern, built in 1788, is one of the finest examples of an eighteenth century early settlement home later used as a tavern in America.  Constructed of native limes...
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