Lexington is a famous city in Kentucky known for its horse breeding farms like Keeneland. It is a historic city with mansions and gardens built in the 1800s. The Lexington Cemetery, which has an arboretum and a Romanesque gateway, is the burial place of the politicians of that era.
Places to visit
- Kentucky Horse Park- It is an equine theme park and museum and a horse breeding center.
- Keeneland Association Inc- It has landscaped grounds and horse racing tracks.
- Raven Run Nature Sanctuary- It is a preserved green area with walking trails.
- Mary Todd Lincoln House- It is Abraham Lincoln's wife's childhood house.
- Jacobson Park- It is a huge park and green area with a dog park with pedal boats for the visitors.
- Mc Connell Springs- It has numerous historic natural water springs.
- Waveland State Historic Site- A huge mansion with a beautiful garden and lush greenery around it.
- The Red Mile- It is a horse racing track with seating for the audience.
- Aviation Museum of Kentucky- Museum displaying flight-centrics and many exhibits for a lively experience.
- Shillito Park- Sports park with swimming and other activities for children.
- Triangle Park- It is a park with large green spaces with frequent performances to entertain tourists.
- Hunt-Morgan House- It is a historic museum with attractive exhibits from ancient times to the 19th century.
Places to stay
- Guest House Inn and Suites- It is a budget hotel offering free breakfast and Wi-Fi along with an indoor pool.
- Campbell House, Lexington- It is a posh antebellum-style hotel offering free breakfast and an indoor pool facility for the guests.
- Ramada Hotel and Conference Center- It is a 3-star hotel with 2 pools and a continental restaurant.
- Hyatt Place Lexington- It is a posh hotel with a fitness center and cafe for a luxurious stay.