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Paris, KY
www.gardenclubky.org
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...
Paris, KY
www.ourmims.org
Specializing in restoring health and spirit in aged mares. OMRH houses many former thoroughbred broodmares who welcome fans to come visit.
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...
Paris, KY
www.parisky.com
Paris Western School was a fully segregated school for African Americans. Site now has three historical markers on Western Way where the school stood.
Paris, KY
www.parisbourbonky.com
The birthplace in Paris, KY of Garrett Morgan, an African-American inventor who invented the gas mask in 1912 and the tri-color traffic signal in 1923, is marked with a Kentuc...
Paris, KY
www.caneridge.org
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-...
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...
Paris, KY
One of only 13 covered bridges left in the state, the Colville bridge was built in 1877 in Bourbon County near Paris. It was extensively renovated after it was damaged by flo...
Paris, KY
www.kentuckydar.org/duncantavern.htm
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...
Paris, KY
hopewellmuseum.org
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 ...
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