The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of KY
The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, 40 hectares or 100 acres, is located at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. It is open to the public from dawn to dusk every day of the year. It contains the Kentucky Children's Garden, a Home Demonstration Garden which…
The Arboretum is a beautiful place to experience. Entry is free, and there is an absolutely magical children's garden available seasonally for a small entry fee.
If you enjoy walking, running, or just spending time outdoors, this is the place for you. The easy trails can be taken on by adults and children of all ages, with gardens and exhibits scattered throughout the paths. Featuring over 100 acres of green space, this is a local favorite for dog walking…
Great paved hiking trail through trees representing different areas of Kentucky. Lots of green space for picnic, trees to accommodate hammock hanging, Master Gardener gardens, art installations, plentiful benches along the hiking trail. Areas of the trails are shaded, providing a respite, during the…
Take a walk through the flora & fauna of the state. Beautiful spot for a morning or afternoon walk. Take your camera!
Great for walking and jogging. Dog walking. A picnic. Photography. Frisbee throwing. No bikes. Paved trail and a wooded area with natural trails. Green space!
The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, 40 hectares or 100 acres, is located at the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Kentucky, United States. It is open to the public from dawn to dusk every day of the year.
“Hiking and walking trails. Gorgeous overlook point of the Kentucky River Palisades. ”
“Plays, ballet. music etc. Historic, refurbished old vaudeville and movie theater. Beautiful!”
“A must visit! Prepare for all weather types during Spring and Fall race weekends. Bring plenty of cash for betting.”
“Outdoor shopping plaza offering familiar big-box & chain retailers, casual eats & a movie theater.”
“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. ”