Kentucky

The Bluegrass State offers a mix of outdoor recreation and adventure, a long history of bourbon and horses, and vibrant cities such as Louisville and Lexington. Explore the underground passageways at Mammoth Cave National Park and learn about the history of America’s most famous horse race at the Kentucky Derby Museum. Sample the spirits of Kentucky in Bourbon Country at famous distilleries such as Buffalo Trace, Jim Beam and Maker’s Mark, and take in the museums, restaurants and nightlife of downtown Louisville.  

This former farm in Goshen, Kentucky, is now a food-and-drink destination that offers overnight stays. 

Get a family-friendly taste of the outlaw life by riding horses on guided tours and exploring caverns in Cave City, Kentucky

This living-history destination in Harrodsburg, Kentucky, offers a place where travelers can slow down and savor the simple lifestyle 

This museum in Louisville, Kentucky, dedicated to one of Major League Baseball’s most iconic tools of the game even offers factory tours. 

This Covington, Kentucky, brewery’s taproom has become a hub where the local community gathers to enjoy tasty traditional styles and fun collaborations. 

Take a distillery tour at this Frankfort, Kentucky, favorite see how the masters craft their bourbons and ryes.

Head to Mammoth Cave, Kentucky, to explore the world’s longest known cave system, with over 400 documented miles of tunnels and passageways.

James Beard Award-nominated executive chef Ouita Michel’s Lexington, Kentucky, seafood spot is all about sourcing local ingredients. 

This creepy tree surrounded by rich lore is a stop on Louisville Historic Tours’ lineup of ghostly spots throughout the city. 

This 100-acre underground attraction in Louisville, Kentucky, is home to the world’s only fully underground zip line and aerial ropes courses.