Kentucky Caves, Theme Parks, Spas and More
So much to see, so much to do. That’s the best way to describe Kentucky’s attractions.
So, what exactly is there to do here? From natural attractions and outdoor adventure to exciting downtown nightlife, Kentucky offers plenty of sites to see and things to do, whether you’re in search of some of the very best family vacation spots, a night out with friends or a romantic getaway for two.
Explore more than 350 miles of Kentucky caves at Mammoth Cave National Park, the longest cave system in the world. View exotic animals and hundreds of aquatic creatures at zoos and aquariums. Feel the rush of one of the top wooden roller coasters in the world. Visit the Kentucky Horse Park for an up close and personal experience with championship thoroughbreds.
Or, soak up all of the amenities -- nightlife, spas, theater and art -- of Kentucky’s major cities.
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Take a train ride through the scenic mountains of Southern Kentucky and stop at the historic Blue Heron Mining Camp. The Big South Fork Scenic Railway takes a 14 mi...
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Horse Farm Tour
Enjoy Bluegrass hospitality at its best as you walk behind the gates of a Thoroughbred Horse Farm.
Your Certified Tour Guide will escort you through the beau...
Cave City, KY
Kentucky’s Cave Capital is Kentucky’s Zipline Capital!
Where else can you play underground and above ground too? Eight caves within 45 miles ...
Zip, swing, and climb through the trees! Go Ape is a highly interactive 2-3 hour outdoor experience featuring zip lines, tarzan swings, and awesome obstacles at heights ...
Saint Catharine, KY
Home of the first U.S. community of Dominican Sisters.
From the lush, eastern mountains to rolling prairies-from lowland marshes to clear running streams-you''ll experience Kentucky''s diverse regional ecosystems and the wealth of...
Restored 1817 brick home, now city-operated. Tours by appointment.
The Sandford Duncan Inn is among the oldest if not the oldest log structure in Simpson County. It is thought to have been built about 1818 in what was then Lo...
Museum displays artifacts and information of the American Revolution. A genealogical/research library may be used for a nominal fee. ($5.00 per day)
Among the many reasons to visit the Civil War fort at Boonesboro is the impressive mural adjacent to the parking lot. The mural’s 12 colorful panels illustrate significa...
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