The region of kentucky is famed for its horse breeding, and Lexington claims the title of "
horse capital of the world
Working Horse Farm
This is a working horse farm that is open to the public. It offers all kinds of information on horses.
Race at Keeneland
Keeneland, a reputable racetrack with public access that was established in 1936, is encircled by tastefully landscaped grounds.
The Lexington-based Aviation Museum of Kentucky's mission is to inform visitors about the aviation business and bolster their interest in a career in aviation.
University of Kentucky
John Bowman began the Agricultural and Mechanical College in 1865, which was renamed the University of Kentucky in 1916.
Raven Run Nature Sanctuary
With more than 10 miles of hiking paths, a nature centre, and a bird blind for observing and learning about nature, Raven Run is a 734-acre nature sanctuary and popular recreational attraction.
In 1849, the Lexington Cemetery was founded as a free cemetery. It emphasises the history of the neighborhood's social, political, military, and environmental spheres.
Red Mile Harness Track
For trotters and pacers, the Red Mile in Lexington is a one-mile oval track. It is the world's second-oldest harness racetrack.
The first millionaire west of the Alleghenies, John Wesley Hunt, constructed this Federal-style townhouse in Lexington in 1814.
The Kentucky Theatre of Lexington in downtown Lexington has been a fixture in the area for nearly a century, hosting everything from the earliest "talkies".