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Want to learn more about the Bluegrass State? Whether you’re looking for vacation ideas or are just interested in a particular topic, these informational and entertaining Kentucky articles highlight events, activities, attractions and food all across the state. You’ll find all the information you need to plan a trip to KY.

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By Marty Rosen On Christmas Eve in 1945, General George S. Patton was buried, at the request of his wife, under a plain white cross in Luxembourg alongside some 6,000 sol...
If you’re suffering from cabin fever or the winter doldrums, now’s the time to hit the hiking trails of Kentucky. In many ways, winter is the best season for hik...
Part of the excitement during the days leading up to the holidays is shopping for family and friends. Holiday giving is especially enjoyable when you are able to find the pe...
By Christopher Hildebrand This is where the South begins – and where Southern eating shines – at the confluence of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers in Western Ke...
By Marty Rosen  On a sunny autumn day – when the Kentucky air is as crisp as a ripe apple and children are scampering around the grounds of Old Fort Harrod State P...
By Marty Rosen For many of us, the lure of caverns is their remote, otherworldly beauty. We plunge deep beneath the earth and find glistening chambers and colorful columns of...
If you’re a fan of fine jewelry, toy soldiers, horses, vintage fire trucks or country music, you’ll find museums and exhibitions in Kentucky dedicated to these a...
Enliven your holiday experience with dazzling lights displays that will delight young and old alike. Among the brightest lights displays around Kentucky are Southern Lights...
For the Shakers, Christmas was a day of reconciliation, forgiveness and charity. It was a time for giving and forgiving. The Shakers were conscious of their duty to those less...
My kingdom for a horse!”  This cry from William Shakespeare’s Richard the Third underscores the connection of humans and horses. What better place to explo...
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