Churchill Downs Behind the Scenes Tours

Derby Day comes just ones a year, but a variety of tours take travelers behind the scenes of Lexington, Kentucky’s legendary horse-racing venue.

Sanders Cafe and Museum

Visit this Corbin, Kentucky, landmark where Harland Sanders launched his famous fried-chicken restaurant. 

Sanders Cafe and Museum

Fayette Historic State Park

The Upper Peninsula of the Great Lakes State is known for its natural beauty, especially in Garden, Michigan, where history can be explored right on the shore.

Fayette Historic State Park

Gettysburg National Military Park

Go back in time to the days of America's Civil War in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, and walk the fields of its most famous battle.

Gettysburg National Military Park

Muddy Boots Horseback Tour

This scenic tour has riders saddling up in Pikeville, Kentucky, for views of the Appalachian Mountains. 

Muddy Boots Horseback Tour

East Harbor State Park

Enjoy Lake Erie's northwestern shore in Lakeside-Marblehead, Ohio, on a beach packed with summer fun for the whole family. 

East Harbor State Park

Conner Prairie

Pioneer times come to life in Fishers, Indiana, with costumed historical interpreters and activities straight from the 19th century.  

Conner Prairie

Primanti Bros.

Home to the "Almost Famous" sandwich, this Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, spot is more than just a local legend. 

Primanti Bros.

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

There is something for every family to enjoy at this zoo in Syracuse, New York, from summer festivals to the recent addition of twin baby elephants. 

Rosamond Gifford Zoo

Elwood Hotel & Suites

Southern-chic luxury makes its home at this Lexington, Kentucky, boutique hotel named for the first woman-owned horse to win the Kentucky Derby.

Elwood Hotel & Suites

Jack Daniel Distillery

Explore the birthplace of one of the world’s most well-known whiskey brands in Lynchburg, Tennessee, and learn how the famous spirit is made. 

Jack Daniel Distillery
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