February is the month of love, and we’ve complied a list (in no particular order) of ten places you can take your favorite person for a fun time and delightful evening, all while enjoying the beauty and uniqueness of Kentucky destinations.
Derby Dinner Playhouse in Clarksville, IN: A dinner theatre featuring Broadway musicals, comedies, children’s theatre and concerts with a freshly prepared home-style buffet included in the ticket price.
Old Talbott Tavern in Bardstown, KY: Since the late 1700s, the Old Talbott Tavern on Court Square has provided shelter, food and drink to Kentucky travelers. Enjoy the Bed & Breakfast, Restaurant and Bourbon Bar.
The Brown Hotel, English Grill and J. Graham’s Cafe in Louisville, KY: An historic 4 Diamond hotel featuring Classic English Renaissance, fine dining in the English Grill, and the Louisville home of the Hot Brown (J.Graham’s Cafe).
Historic Boone Tavern Hotel & Restaurant in Berea, KY: Kentucky’s first LEED Gold Certified Green Hotel with award-winning restaurant.
Newport on the Levee in Newport, KY: A dining and entertainment destination. Highlights include a 20-screen AMC Theater, the award-wining Newport Aquarium, GameWorks, Mitchell’s Fish Market, Brothers Bar & Grill, and more!
Breaks Interstate Park in Breaks, VA: In the mountains of Virginia and Kentucky, where uncommon history, heritage and heart offer a welcome that never wears out. Features the largest river canyon east of the Mississippi, “the Grand Canyon of the South”.
Kentucky Derby Museum & Cafe in Louisville, KY: Where every day is Derby day! Celebrating the tradition, history, hospitality and pride of the world-renown event that is the Kentucky Derby. The Cafe is ready to serve a Hot Brown and Mint Julep with southern hospitality.
The Louisville Zoo in Louisville, KY: Enjoy wild adventure year-round amongst more than 1700 exotic animals. With three nationally award-winning exhibits including Glacier Run, Gorilla Forest and the Islands exhibit.
State Parks throughout KY: Enjoy some of the most striking landscapes in Kentucky, play nationally recognized golf courses, find lakes that stretch as far as the eye can see and stay at state park lodges that combine historic charm with today’s conveniences.