The city of Lexington, home to the University of Kentucky and an important economic and cultural center, lies in the heart of Bluegrass Country. The region is famed for its horse breeding
The world-famous Kentucky Horse Park lies 10 miles north of Lexington (I 75, exit 120). This is a working horse farm that is open to the public.
Founded in 1936, Keeneland is a professional racecourse that is open to the public and surrounded by elegantly decorated grounds.
Mary Todd Lincoln House was originally built in 1803 to 1806 as an inn, and in 1832, Mary Todd's father purchased this house in Lexington for his family