My Favorite Kentucky Tourist Attractions
There's a large array of things to do while visiting Kentucky, the following are some of my favorites.
Barlow House Museum is a good place to go to learn about history in the buildings historic structure.
The Henry Clay Estate is another historic place with 18 rooms, the mansion is among those of the National Register of Historic Landmarks.
Coal Miner's Museum is place for all ages, where tools for coal mining can be viewed and resurrected significant areas and rooms.
American Cave Museum is where the historic American cave is displayed, which is among the most popular cave places known in the underground area.
The largest lake in Kentucky is Lake Cumberland which can be visited for water activities and is suitable for all ages.
The city of Lexington is most known for its horses with a 1032-acre park of horses and individual horse museums. There are shows and rides of horses at the park.
Mammoth Cave is the oldest known cave to exist and hosts cave tours, areas to bike, hike and horse trails. There are places to camp, interactive cave activities and car museums nearby.
Kentucky is mostly known for its music, bourbon and festivals. Its largest city, Louisville is the common for urban visitation, including such sights as the Muhammad Ali Center, Churchill Downs, the setting of the Kentucky Derby and further south is Old Louisville that has the biggest Victoria-era location.
The city also has parks available to the public, including those by the father of the county's landscape architecture. There are also festivals and fairs in the state by the year.