Derby Every Day at the Kentucky Derby Museum
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(Post and photos provided by the Kentucky Derby Museum.)   The Kentucky Derby Museum is one of the premiere attractions in the Louisville region, celebrating the tradition, history, hospitality and pride of … Read More

Louisville Mega Cavern
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“An underground adventure rich in history, geology, mining, recycling, green building technology, and just simply HUGE in scale.”   The Louisville Mega Cavern is a completely underground, approximately 100 acre, man-made cavern ready … Read More

FireFresh BBQ
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Recently, we had the privilege of visiting FireFresh BBQ, a lovely barbecue restaurant in downtown Louisville. The employees greeted us with friendly faces and a smile, and were willing to help us … Read More

The Ark Encounter, coming July 2016
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Post and photo provided by the Ark Encounter. Photo caption: The keel is now in place as 100 feet will be added to the Ark.   As you drive through Northern Kentucky on I-75, … Read More

REACH and SEEK at KY State Parks
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Kentucky State Parks offer many programs and activities to aide in learning and experiencing the beautiful nature of Kentucky. Some of these programs are group centered, and can be great for school … Read More

Romance at the RailPark 2016
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By Jamie Johnson Executive Director – Historic Railpark & Train Musuem Romance will soon fill the air at the Historic RailPark & Train Museum. Back for a second year, is the most … Read More

Map Dots Matter
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“Every Dot Matters. I grew up in a small town, and as I traveled across the state, I saw that a lot of places, the majority looked just like home. The small … Read More

Nettie Jarvis Antiques
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Linda and Jerry Bruckheimer purchased old commercial buildings in 1998, and restored them to their original architecture. Today, the buildings are better known as the nationally renowned Nettie Jarvis Antiques. Nettie Jarvis … Read More

Holiday Events Around the Bluegrass
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The holiday season is here, and there’s so much to do around the Bluegrass! Whether you are looking for something new to experience, or just want a quiet evening enjoying entertainment, there … Read More

Pine Mountain Grill & Gifts
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When Pine Mountain Grill & Gifts started in 1982, it was known as the Sugar Shack. The menu consisted of delicious homemade recipes including chicken & dumplings, meatloaf, and spaghetti. Everything was … Read More

Dawkins Rail Trail ~ Kentucky’s Longest Rail Trail
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Post and photo provided by Paintsville Tourism Commission, photo by Charly Sholty. Dawkins Rail Trail ~ Kentucky’s Longest Rail Trail. The talk on the trails is that The Dawkins Rail Trail has it … Read More

Knob Creek Gun Range
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Post and photo provided by Knob Creek Gun Range.   Knob Creek Gun Range hosts the Nation’s Largest Machine Gun Shoot & Military Gun Show twice a year in April & October. … Read More

Segway Tours of Louisville
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If you’re looking for something fun to do outdoors in Louisville, a Segway tour is a unique way to see the waterfront and city. On our tours, you will glide along the … Read More

Finding Fall Foliage Around Danville, KY
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Autumn in Danville, Kentucky, is a magical time of year — the landscape turns into a patchwork quilt of shimmering gold and copper laid out under crisp blue skies. If you’re in … Read More

Unique Bike Rentals in Louisville’s Waterfront Park
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Wheel Fun Rentals is located in Louisville’s beautiful Waterfront Park underneath the Big Four Bridge. We offer unique bike rentals, including 3 & 6 passenger surrey bikes, tandems, quads, deuce coupes & … Read More

“Hamtastic” Time in Cadiz, KY
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Photos and post provided by Cadiz-Trigg County Tourist Commission. October means Ham Fest in Cadiz.  Even if you’re not into ham and all that goes with it—pork chops, barbecue—Ham Fest can be … Read More

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