Fact!  Lexington and the Bluegrass Region of
    Kentucky offer more opportunities to be
    entertained, to dine, learn or just relax out of
    the saddle than almost any other place in the
    USA.  Nancy Broadhag, our Directeur of Fün
    will help guide you to the region's many extra-
    ordinary activies.
                      Top 10 Thangs to Do
    Here's what the Lexington Convention and
    Visitor's Bureau recommends...  

    1. "Kentucky Horse Park: Top Ten Things to do
    in Lexington.  See nearly 50 breeds of horses,
    plus museums, art galleries, shows and
    demonstrations at the 1,200 acre Kentucky
    Horse Park.

    2. Meet our four-footed celebrities in their own
    homes on a Horse Farm Tour. You won't believe
    the lifestyle of our most famous residents!

    3. Visit four period Historic Homes of the area's
    most famous citizens, Mary Todd Lincoln, Henry
    Clay, John Hunt Morgan and Joseph Bryan, a
    grand-nephew of Daniel Boone.

    4. Wander through Shaker Village of Pleasant
    Hill, the largest restored Shaker village in the
    world, with 34 original buildings on 3,000

    5. Discover hand-crafted works from local
    artisans, unique boutiques or the largest mall in
    the state on a Shopping excursion in the heart of
    the Bluegrass.  

    6. Try your luck at Keeneland Race Course
    during a race meet, or tour the grounds any time
    of year.   

    7. Celebrate the living history of Kentucky
    Bourbon at five historic distilleries nearby: The
    Woodford Reserve Distillery, Buffalo Trace,
    Four Roses, Town Branch Distillery and Wild
    Turkey.  These aren't just 'visitor experiences!'
    These are real working distilleries.  

    8. Explore the scenic beauty of horse farm
    country with our Bluegrass Country Driving

    9. Enjoy shops, galleries, restaurants, walking
    tours, parks, murals and  historic sights in
    charming Downtown Lexington.  

    10. Indulge in delightful dining at one of our
    world-class, independently owned restaurants.
    Yes, it's 'the South' but our cuisine goes way
    beyond grits."  

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