Part thoroughbred race course, part sales company and considered one of America's most beautiful tracks, Keeneland
is known for its well-designed and meticulous landscaping. This track allows people to experience the horse racing culture with a low price. Gates open up at 11 a.m. and admission is $5.
Kentucky Horse Park:
The park's International Museum of the Horse, a Smithsonian Affiliate, is the world's largest equestrian museum. Offering both the experienced horseman and novice an opportunity to explore the many facets of humanity's relationship with the horse, the museum is dedicated to all breeds and disciplines of horse and covers some 50-million years of equine history. State-of-the-art technology complements rare artifacts and scholarly research to present a unique, educational, museum experience for all ages. The usual length of a trip is around 3 hours.
Waveland Historic Site:
The Waveland Historic Site focuses on the lives of the Waveland family who held slaves in the 1850s. The campus includes slave quarters, ice house, and smokehouse. It cost $7 for adults and $4 for children. Any child under 6 years of age get in free.
Aviation Museum of Kentucky:
The Museum opened is August of 1995 and includes 12,000 sq. feet of exhibit area. It showcases airplanes and helicopters from multiple wars and historical events. Most of the displays were donated from the Kentucky Aviation History Round table. Adults will pay $8.00 and Children will pay $5.00. If there are any children 5 or under they will get in free.
Mary Todd Lincoln House:
This House is the first site ever to be restored in honor of a first lady. Mary Todd was the wife to the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln. Mary's house is placed right next to the home of the Kentucky Wildcats Basketball Rupp Arena. Pricing is $12 adults and $5 for children 6-12 yrs, then free children ages 5 yrs and under.