Sinking Valley Winery In Plato, Kentucky

Visit Sinking Valley Winery When most people think of Kentucky alcohol, they think of bourbon, but Kentucky wine has a 200-year history. The owners of Sinking Valley Winery uphold that tradition. Co-owner Amy Burton knocked on her tasting room’s wooden bar as she said that business for the family was doing well. The economy’s downturn … Read more

Abraham Lincoln – His Birth and Childhood

How Life in Kentucky Shaped Our Sixteenth American President A visit to two sights in Kentucky, only miles apart, provide a glimpse into the life of Abraham Lincoln. Born at Sinking Springs Farm near Hodgenville, Kentucky, Abraham lived here for two years before his family moved to nearby Knob Creek Farm, where Lincoln resided for … Read more

Kentucky Bluegrass Region – Historic Sites

Harrodsburg & Pleasant Hill Shaker Village A day spent in the heart of Kentucky, the Bluegrass Region, is sure to please anyone who appreciates history and culture. It is easy to visit both Harrodsburg and Shakertown in the course of a day. A few hours at each is sufficient, and they are only ten minutes … Read more

Attractions in Richmond, Kentucky

Places to Visit in Kentucky’s Bluegrass Region Although less famous than its Virginian namesake, Richmond, Kentucky offers a number of enjoyable and unique attractions. As the second-largest city in the bluegrass region of Kentucky, the city of Richmond (named for its larger Virginia counterpart,) is an ideal place for the traveler looking for unique visiting … Read more

Keeneland Race Track – Lexington, KY

Horse racing season kicks off in April for Lexington, KY. Keeneland provides a fun afternoon full of excitement and firsthand exposure to Bluegrass culture. It is springtime in Kentucky. Along with the budding trees and blooming flowers, a familiar sound can be heard in the distance. That rhythmic, pounding thud of horses giving all they … Read more

Family Vacation Ideas in Lexington, Kentucky

Affordable Family-Friendly Vacation Destinations in Lexington Popularly known as the horse capital of America, Lexington, Kentucky is also home to a number of family-friendly attractions. Lexington, located in the heart of horse country Kentucky, is an ideal family vacation spot, due to the large number of museums and other educational venues found in the city. … Read more

Vent Haven Ventriloquism Museum

Monroe, Charlie McCarthy, Jeff Dunham’s Walter Are All-Star Dummies The real Marilyn Monroe may have left us decades ago, but the papier-mache version of the star is still sexy, wiggling her breasts at the Vent Haven ventriloquism museum. In the 1950s, a comedian commissioned the standing figure for his act, having “Marilyn Monroe” crafted from … Read more

Bowling Green Civil War Experience

Unique Sites Explore Civil War History in KY Bowling Green’s Civil War Experience includes opportunities to explore the Civil War Discovery Trail from a unique perspective – both above and below ground. Home to the National Corvette Museum and Beach Bend Amusement Park’s wooden roller coasters, Bowling Green, Kentucky is mostly known for fast-moving vehicles. … Read more

Red River Gorge

Action-packed Outdoor Fun in Daniel Boone National Forest, KY Red River Gorge in Slade, Kentucky is a popular place for outdoor sports, hiking, and camping. It is also home to the world-famous Natural Bridge. Red River Gorge in the Daniel Boone National Forest in Slade, Kentucky is a great place for an outdoor adventure. The … Read more