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Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tours
Churchill Downs
Lexington Horse Farm Tours
Kentucky Horse Park
Keeneland
My Old Kentucky Home
Mammoth Cave National Park
Bernheim Forest
Pleasant Hill Shaker Village
Abbey of Gethsemani
Daniel Boone’s Grave
Secretariat's Grave

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Kentucky Bourbon Trail Tours

Travel the Kentucky Bourbon Trail through the heart of bourbon country and stop at several distilleries including Maker’s Mark, Jim Beam and Woodford Reserve. Tour bourbon country and experience the bourbon making process, view the facilities and beautiful surrounding landscapes, then stick around for an after-tour bourbon tasting.
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Churchill Downs

The Kentucky Derby Museum offers several walking tours and an early morning backside barn van tour of Churchill Downs. Museum tour guides offer a Behind the Scenes tour of the Jockeys’ Quarters, Millionaires’ Row, the Press Box and other areas of Churchill Down’s newly renovated clubhouse. A historic Walking Tour is also offered.
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Lexington Horse Farm Tours

Kentucky's Bluegrass region is world-famous for more than 450 thoroughbred horse farms. Take a customized horse farm tour and see the beautiful Lexington countryside. Visit locations where the Hollywood movies Seabiscuit, Secretariat, and Dreamer were filmed. Tour the grounds of Keeneland race course.
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Kentucky Horse Park

The Kentucky Horse Park is the heart of the horse capital of the world. Admission to the park includes the world-renowned International Museum of the Horse, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the American Saddlebred Museum - the Showplace for Saddlebreds, a Horse-Drawn Tour and equine presentations throughout the day.
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Keeneland

The race course grounds are open year-round and admission is free, except on race days during the month-long spring and fall meets when it is $5 per person. Have a fun and informative self-guided walking tour of the grounds, several suggested itineraries are available to help you make the most out of a visit.
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My Old Kentucky Home

The visitors center is the entry point to the most popular attraction in Bardstown, the Federal Hill mansion, "My Old Kentucky Home" of Stephen Foster's ballad. Tour the house and grounds and see the antebellum South come to life. Shop and dine amid Bardstown's historic surroundings.
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Mammoth Cave National Park

Kentucky's most famous tourist attraction with over 390 miles of underground passageways, it is by far the world's longest known cave system. 13 different cave tours are offered for viewing the stalactites, stalagmites and other calcite formations of the underworld.
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Bernheim Forest

Hike, bike, picnic, fish, dine, shop, get married, or just enjoy the outdoors at the Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest. 14,000 acres given as a gift to the people of Kentucky, and run by the state as a park, by I. W. Bernheim (1848-1945), a successful whiskey-distilling businessman.
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Pleasant Hill Shaker Village

Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is the largest restored Shaker community in America. View museum exhibits, view craft or farming demonstrations, take a tour, dine in the Trustees’ Office Dining Room or take a riverboat cruise to view the spectacular limestone cliffs along the Kentucky River.
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Abbey of Gethsemani

Attend church services and walk the grounds at The Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani, a Trappist monastery near Bardstown on 2,000 acres of farmland. Made famous by monk Thomas Merton, it is the oldest monastery in the United States that is still in use. Well-known for its handmade Trappist cheese, fruitcake and bourbon fudge.
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Daniel Boone’s Grave

The 100-acre Frankfort Cemetery is where early Kentucky settlers Daniel and Rebecca Boone are interred. The cemetery is attractively designed with curving lanes, terraces and a circle of vaults. Overlooking bluff views of the Kentucky River offer a view of downtown, south Frankfort, and the Capitol District.
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Secretariat’s Grave

Claiborne Farm is a world-renowned private-working thoroughbred farm that offers private groom-guided walking tours by reservation only. Secretariat, America’s thoroughbred hero and racing legend that won the 1973 Triple Crown and won the Belmont Stakes by 31 lengths, is buried at the farm.
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