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.
Southern-chic luxury makes its home at this Lexington, Kentucky, boutique hotel named for the first woman-owned horse to win the Kentucky Derby.
Visit this Corbin, Kentucky, landmark where Harland Sanders launched his famous fried-chicken restaurant.
This expansive body of water in Winchester, Kentucky, comes alive in the summer with opportunities for recreation.
This scenic tour has riders saddling up in Pikeville, Kentucky, for views of the Appalachian Mountains.
Derby Day comes just ones a year, but a variety of tours take travelers behind the scenes of Louisville, Kentucky’s legendary horse-racing venue.
Sample creations from distilleries across Northern Kentucky and great food that goes well with them.
Sample a variety of culinary creations in Clark County, Kentucky, the birthplace of beer cheese.
This spot in Covington, Kentucky, makes a charming home base from which to set out and explore Northern Kentucky.
This Owensboro, Kentucky, institution is the only one dedicated to the history and preservation of the musical genre rooted in the driving sounds of banjo, guitar, mandolin, fiddle and bass.
This former farm in Goshen, Kentucky, is now a food-and-drink destination that offers overnight stays.