Kentucky

Renowned for thoroughbreds, bourbon, and bluegrass, Kentucky’s diverse landscapes feature Appalachian mountains, spectacular caves, rolling bluegrass plains, and bustling Ohio River cities. Travelers can tour distilleries on the Bourbon Trail, watch horses run at Churchill Downs, or hike through mammoth Mammoth Cave National Park. Art and history thrive in Louisville and Lexington while small towns charm with their quirky festivals and southern hospitality. With crisscrossing country roads perfect for road trips, Kentucky offers scenic adventure at every turn.

Sanders Café, Corbin, Kentucky (Photo Credit: Flickr - sheffieldb)

You Can Dine at the Birthplace of Kentucky Fried Chicken

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Known for their “Finger-Lickin’ Good” food, you can visit the humble beginnings of Kentucky Fried Chicken at its original location. Inspired by Colonel Harland Sanders, the popular chicken restaurant has grown to be a global brand from this quaint roadside restaurant that still stands to tell the tale.
Knob Creek Farm, Kentucky (Photo Credit: Violet Sky Adventures)

Go Beyond the History Books at the Lincoln Family’s Knob Creek Farm

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It was on this site in the 1810s that Abraham Lincoln spent some years of his childhood growing up on the banks of Knob Creek. It was written by Lincoln himself in 1860 that “my earliest recollection is of the Knob Creek place”.
Childhood Home of Mary Todd Lincoln, Lexington, Kentucky (Photo Credit: Wikipedia - FloNight)

Visit the Childhood Home of First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln

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Mary Todd Lincoln’s childhood home gives a glimpse into the First Lady’s tumultuous life. From her childhood in Lexington, this museum documents the roots from which Mrs. Lincoln grew and follows her life through her husbands presidency and the struggles of their family.
Abraham Lincoln Birthplace, Kentucky (Photo Credit: Flickr - Joe Shlabotnik)

Visit the Site of Abraham Lincoln’s Birth

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It was on this site in the 1810s that Abraham Lincoln spent some years of his childhood growing up on the banks of Knob Creek. It was written by Lincoln himself in 1860 that “my earliest recollection is of the Knob Creek place”.

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