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Behind the Scene Thoroughbred Tour
"Each tour starts at our main office which is located at the corner of Paris Pike and Johnston Road. If you are coming from Lexington it's the second entrance. Check in at the front desk and our tour guide will bring our mini bus around to pick you up. Only 24 people can fit on our bus so it's best to make a reservation in advance. At 9:00am the bus departs from the main office the two largest and original barns. They can house up to 300 horses each. Here it is likely you will see the horsemen hotwalking grooming or bathing their horse. It's all part of the daily activity. After passing C and D the bus will approach the two training tracks. Here you get off of the bus and stand railside watching morning workouts. It is likely an outrider or exercise ride this is your chance! The group spends 20 to 30 minutes railside before getting back on the bus to travel to the backside.While on the backside you will see our training gate where horses learn to break from the gate paddocks where horses spend their afternoons hay and feed stores and more barns. As often as we can we will walk through Barn 28 and talk with trainer Mike Cameron if he is available. We spend about 30 minutes in the barn talking about the horses we see
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Kentucky Derby Museum General Admission
"Located in Louisville the Kentucky Derby is one of America’s most exciting horse racing events in the world and takes place at Churchill Downs Racetrack. It is the first leg of the American Triple Crown and is known as ""The Most Exciting Two Minutes In Sports"" because you will enjoy a self-guided tour of the Kentucky Derby Museum which includes two levels of family-friendly interactive permanent & temporary exhibits.  Ten minutes past each hour you will have the opportunity to see ""The Greatest Race"" an 18-minute movie about the Kentucky Derby and its history a story that puts you right in the heart of the first Saturday of May.  Immediately following ""The Greatest Race"" and at 30-minutes past every hour
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National Corvette Museum
"The National Corvette Museum is a showcase to America's sports car.  Start your tour with a short film about the history of the Corvette and the Corvette Museum.  As you walk though the museum you'll see exhibits featuring o service station and dealership.  You'll see Corvette prototypes one-of-kind cars and racing champs.  Enjoy hands-on activities in KidZone trivia kiosks and the ""Corvette Cave In” exhibit.  This exhibit takes visitors back to the early morning hours of February 12 2014 when the earth opened up inside the Museum’s Skydome
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Lemongrass Restaurant

Lemongrass offers an eclectic blend of Chinese, Thai, & Vietnamese fare in a low budget type atmosphere. They have several lunch specials for $5.50 and the house specials hit a still low $10.95. In a...
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El Nopalito

Authentic Mexican from a real Mexican family in a laid back environment. The service here is SPECTACULAR....which means this is a great place to get in and out for lunch midweek. This isn't a place to...
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2 Hahn's Mongolian Grill

The Mongolian grill is based on the alleged custom of 13th Century Mongol warriors, who would place their steel shields over the campfire until they glowed red-hot, then stir-fry tidbits of whatever...
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Tumbleweed Southwest Grill

Tumbleweed is a Southwestern chain restaurant headquartered in Louisville. The chain offers your typical Southwestern style dishes in a casual ambience of Western and Native American pictures, potted...
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Harper's---Best Brunch on Hurstborne

Nestled in Louisville's Hurstbourne area and neighborhoods, Harper's has become a local landmark on the East Side. The well-manicured landscape will lead you to the heavy brass doors, landing you...
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Mark's Feed Store

What started in a historic building that had been used since 1933 as “Hancock’s Feed Store” in Middletown has become a four location chain in Louisville. The restaurant serves BBQ with two signature...
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The Old Stone Inn

The Old Stone Inn, a national historic landmark, was built in 1817 by slave labor with stones taken from a quarry on the farm site of this frontier coach stop. Its two-foot thick stone walls still...
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Claudia Sanders Dinner House

This restaurant is as much of a tourist attraction as it is to get a taste of Kentucky homecooking. Col. Harland Sanders built this restaurant, named after his wife in 1964, after he had become a...
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Stoney River

Stoney River is a high end spin off of the popular O'Charleys chain that boasts legendary steaks. The restaurant works hard to fit in the already saturated steakhouse niche. The heavy wood decor and...
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Papa Leno's- Berea

Some good things just never die. I’ve been eating at this place for nearly 17 years now. And, unfortunately, I’ve been ordering the same thing. Hot ham and cheese on homemade bread or a bowl of...
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Natasha's- Lexington

Lexington needed a place like this. This is the place that you eat at when you want to forget that you're in Kentucky. VERY European. (Although they say it's more like Manhattan.) Could have something...
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Atomic Cafe-Lexington

In the summertime there is nowhere better to be than in the patio area of the Atomic Cafe, listening to music and eating. I LOVE this place. I can proudly say that I introduced all of my ex-boyfriends...
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Halls on the River- Winchester

Although technically in Winchester, this restaurant is right over the county line on the other side of the river from Richmond and we tend to forget that it is not ours. It’s been around for a long...
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Elvira's- Richmond

My friend Jose owns this restaurant that has only been open for a couple of months. He used to have another restaurant called Pranza Dimorare that served both Mexican and Italian, but they moved to...
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335 W. Broadway, (formerly The Camberley Brown Hotel), Louisville, Kentucky, 40202, United States
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2601 Richmond Road, (formerly Sheraton Suites), Lexington, Kentucky, 40509, United States
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1310 US Highway 127 South, Frankfort, Kentucky, 40601, United States
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1099 Barnes Mill Road, Richmond, Kentucky, 40475, United States
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1940 Mel Browning Street, Bowling Green, Kentucky, 42104, United States
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100 Main St., Berea, Kentucky, 40404, United States
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Top Things to Do in Kentucky

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Belle of Louisville

While in Louisville, Ky on August 1st, Tony, Noel and I saw the Belle of Louisville Sternwheeler boat on the River. I am not sure how much it cost to ride it but to be truthful..I don't think I would...
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Kentucky State Horse Park

Initially we had plans with family in Tennessee and booked time at Norris Lake to follow. They cancelled at the last minute but the Norris lake was locked in so we decided to do some exploring in...
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The Promenade Gallery

The Promenade Gallery - located in the Berea College Square - has been in continual operation since 1984 as a store selling handcrafted goods. Since 2015 it is owned and curated by Tara Bellando,...
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National Corvette Museum

At the National Corvette Museum you can see classic, in mint condition cars; pace cars, current day models, and one-of-a-kind prototypes that never went into production. There is a lot to see here,...
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Preservation Station

This place was a derelict school before it was bought by mother and daughter who have created a unique shopping destination filled with all things antique and vintage. It's an Aladdin's cave packed...
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Mullins Station Bridge

mullins station covered bridge ... huge abandoned mine. the mine is reported to be limestone, gun powder and salt peter .. either way it's huge and creapy and creapy people lurking about. Lots of...
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