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Kentucky is a great place for group travel.
Come sample hospitality as only Kentucky provides and experience a bounty of sights, scenery and activities that spring from our rural regions to our metropolitan areas.
Whatever your interest or passion, we invite you to plan your trip with us. You're going to love Kentucky!
Group Tour Itineraries
Kentucky Arts & Heritage Tour
Kentucky Barbeque & Bluegrass Trail Caves and Corvettes Gateway
Kentucky Barbeque & Bluegrass Trail Quilt Gateway
Kentucky Bourbon Country Tour
Kentucky Classics Horses, History and Hospitality Tour
Kentucky Mining, Music and Mountain Heritage
Kentucky Music Trail
Kentucky River Cities & Underground Railroad Crossings
Kentucky Unbridled Horsepower Tour
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The famous Beaumont Inn main dining room features classic Kentucky cuisine and southern hospitality inside a grand historic 1845 building. Also enjoy the more casual Old Owl T...
The Battle of Camp Wildcat is recognized as the first Union victory of the Civil War. Follow the walking trail (with interpretive signing) to Hoosiers Knob where the trenches ...
The Middle Creek National Battlefield (January 10, 1862) is the site of the largest and most significant Civil War battle in Eastern Kentucky. Union forces were led by Col. Ja...
The magnificent 18-room mansion stands in the heart of one of Lexington's most beautiful residential districts, a reminder of the rich heritage left by Henry Clay and his dece...
The Bluegrass Heritage Museum brings the history of the area to life for both the old and young by collecting, preserving and exhibiting objects valuable to the history of Win...
Located in the heart of the Bluegrass Region, the Bluegrass Railroad Museum offers a journey through the gently rolling hills and picturesque farmland in Woodford County. Afte...
Kentucky''s capital city is unique for its smalltown charm and scenic location. Explore more than 200 years of politics, architecture, enterprise, misbehavior and everyday lif...
Tour this fine Federal home built in 1814 by John Wesley Hunt, the first millionaire of the new west. John Hunt Morgan, "the Thunderbolt of the Confederacy," and Nobel Prize-w...
Enjoy a relaxing ride aboard the Dixie Belle, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill's 114-passenger riverboat. Cruise the scenic Kentucky River palisades, along a stretch of ri...
Offers a stone monument with the names of 142 African-American men from Franklin County who served in the United States Colored regiments during the Civil War. It was erected ...
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