Just 45 minutes south and you’re in the heart of the bluegrass and Kentucky thoroughbred horses! The park and its museum showcase horses throughout history to today. Many breed registries have their headquarters here and world-class competitions and events are held regularly, including Olympic…
Nothing like seeing a horse show at the Kentucky Horse park. There is a petting zoo during the holiday season, complete with camel rides and kangaroos, In the warmer months there is a horse drawn park tour. On premises horseback / horse trail riding is also available.
for those who love horses you need to take time to go to Lexington I just only a short drive from where we are located in Covington Kentucky. See the Bluegrass and the beautiful horses and are so favorable and the Kentucky State.
You don't have to be a horse lover to appreciate this beautiful park and museum. Events happen every single weekend year-round, check out their website!
Kentucky Horse Park is a working horse farm and an educational theme park. Per the website: "THE place to get close to horses, Kentucky Horse Park is a leading horse tourist attraction and one of the world's best equine competition facilities."
Great location for watching horse events or just enjoying learning about the history of the horses
The Kentucky Horse Park is the leading tourist attraction for all things “horse” and one of the world’s best equine competition facilities.
Host of many events including the Rolex Three Day event. Museum and kid-friendly activities available year round.
Tons of events happening year round. Check their website to see whats going on during your stay!
“A must visit! Prepare for all weather types during Spring and Fall race weekends. Bring plenty of cash for betting.”
“Hiking and walking trails. Gorgeous overlook point of the Kentucky River Palisades. ”
“Eclectic mix of shops and restaurants. Lush, Whole Foods, Fabletics, lululemon, Brooks Bros., Anthropologie, Arhaus, Cru wine bar, Shake Shack, Madewell, Pottery Barn, Crank & Boom ice cream, Bath & Body works, Draper James, Free People, Scout & Molly’s boutique, vineyard vines, Warby Parker eyewear, the Frye Company shoe store, Williams Sonoma, etc etc”
“The site of celebrated statesman Henry Clay's original 672-acre estate that once grew hemp, tobacco and grain is now a museum and National Historic Landmark, where visitors can tour the reconstructed 18-room mansion, grounds and beautiful gardens. ”
“A quick 30 minute drive from Tangley House; the scenery and history cannot be beat! This is one of our favorite distilleries for many reasons. A must visit during your stay in Lexington!”