The Bluegrass State of Kentucky is home to sophisticated, vibrant cities such as Louisville and Lexington; incredible national and state parks; and of course, the blue-green rolling hills that are dotted with farm estates and horse pastures. Here are our picks for five great stops on an epic Kentucky adventure out of Lexington.
Lexington is an artsy, fun and eclectic city, with historic homes and sites right alongside art galleries, upscale restaurants, and craft brewpubs. Start at Gratz Park, the epicenter of Lexington’s historical district. This small, picturesque urban park first established in 1781 is surrounded by Federal-style houses, and is the perfect point from which to explore the neighborhood. Several homes in the Gratz Park Historic District are open to the public, including the Hunt-Morgan House and Bodley-Bullock House, both built in 1814.
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