An educational theme park and equestrian sports center sits on 1200 acres just north of Lexington. Horses representing 50 different breeds live in the park and participate in special live shows.
Just 1.5 miles east of downtown, part historic home of one of Kentucky's favorite sons, part public park, this was the Italianate estate of famed statesman and great compromiser Henry Clay (1777–1852).
A micro-distiller set in the barrel house of the now defunct Pepper Distillery. It bottles moonshine, vodka and a product called 'oak rum' and is currently maturing barrels of bourbon.
This modest 1806 house has articles from the first lady's childhood and her years as Abe's wife, including original White House pieces. Tours hourly on the hour; last at 3pm.
Most farms are closed to the public, but you can see working racehorses up close here, with tours of the stables, practice tracks and paddocks.
A jewelry designer with a remarkable collection of stones, trinkets, doll houses and sea shells.