Whether you are planning a girl’s getaway, reunion, a corporate meeting at a
and meeting facility, a family vacation or romantic getaway, Kentucky’s Bourbon, Horses and History region
offers so many varied sights and attractions that everyone in your party will enjoy
Built on the falls of the Ohio River, Louisville offers all the action of a big
city with the charm and friendliness of a small town. Louisville’s Churchill Downs is the location of the high-stakes Kentucky Derby — the first race in the Triple Crown series — and world-class museums such as the Louisville Slugger Museum
and the Muhammad Ali Center. Enjoy the Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts and
the Louisville Zoo. Follow Louisville’s Urban Bourbon Trail, shop at a
flea market, enjoy the views on a river cruise and play in the city’s two entertainment districts
featuring restaurants, clubs and live entertainment.
Want to explore a great president’s life, legacy and birthplace? Abraham Lincoln
was born in this region of Kentucky; learn more about the life and legend of Abraham
Lincoln at sites along Kentucky’s Lincoln Heritage Trail as you take a scenic driving tour
of the historic towns and hamlets in the region, including Lincoln’s birthplace.
Abraham Lincoln history isn’t all you’ll find here, though — a bounty of museums,
unique shops and sites, restaurants, Kentucky foods and fun and friendly locals
are all along the way.
Tour nine world-famous
bourbon distilleries all within a hundred miles of each other on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail,
enjoy live theater or take a ghost trek walking tour in Bardstown, the Bourbon Capital
of the World. Discover the bounty of Kentucky at Bray Orchards;
shop for antiques, crafts and other
unique items in historic Elizabethtown or enjoy shopping, restaurants and golf in
Shelbyville, the American Saddlebred Capital of the World. See a world-class stable where
horse race winners are born and bred.
The bourbon, Kentucky Derby, history and
friendly cities and towns in this region – It’s more than racing by a long
shot. Make plans to explore the
region’s horse culture, bourbon attractions and its storied past — we know you’re going to love it. Book your stay today! www.bourbonhorseshistory.com