12 Best Tourist Attractions in Kentucky USA
Kentucky is a state located in the east south-central region of the United States. Kentucky is the 37th most extensive and the 26th most populous of the 50 United States.
TOP 20. Best Small Towns to Visit in Kentucky
TOP 20 Best Small Towns to Visit in Kentucky: Somerset, Bardstown, Berea, Harrodsburg, Paducah, Greenville, Augusta, Glasgow, Murray, Morehead, Hodgenville, London, Pikeville, Lebanon, Shelbyville, La Grange, Maysville, Midway, Covington
Kentucky Tourist Attractions: 10 Places To Visit
Planning to visit Kentucky? Check out our Kentucky Travel Guide video and see top most Tourist Attractions in Kentucky.
Best Places to visit in Kentucky:
Mammoth Cave National Park, Churchill Downs, Kentucky Derby Museum, Kentucky Horse Park, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville Zoo, Muhammad Ali Center, National Corvette Museum, Keeneland, Belle of Louisville
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Road Trip - Scottsville, KY to Nashville, TN
This is a recording of my drive from Scottsville, KY to Nashville, TN on 7 December 2018.
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The best places you must see in France during your trip
France - a country surrounded by love and romantic mood. France is a country of hundreds of pleasant aromas and bright lines of blooming orchards. France is also the homeland of gourmet dishes. The atmosphere of tenderness, calm and appeasement surrounds French streets. The most famous fashion shows are held in France, and the best couturiers of the world never get tired creating a fascination for this magical country. You will never be able to learn everything about France from books. Traveling France cannot be done within a week, month and even a year. France fascinates with her mysterious charm, she makes you want to dream. Weather in France is predictable, there are no abrupt changes in temperature, and the climate is pretty warm.
It is impossible to list all the attractions of France. Perhaps there are more of them here than anywhere else on Earth. Nobody else cares as much about their architectural heritage as French do. Lakes flooded with dense fog, quiet and snowy Alps, gentle sun on the green meadows - all of it calls for you, ready to share the secrets of many centuries.
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Beautiful places to visit in Kentucky
List of some of the best places to see or visit in Kentucky.
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Boise, Idaho. You'll need some good skin care.
Top 10 reasons NOT to move to Boise, Idaho. You'll need some good skin care. Skincare is actually a big complaint in Boise. Maybe try Elemis when you move to Idaho, USA.
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A True US Roadtrip: Roundtrip from North Carolina to Cali
This 11 minute tour of the United States from 'coast to coast' is a compilation of video footage recorded during a cross-country road trip from May 13, 2012 - June 13, 2012. The total miles driven were 8631, including a total of 19 states (listed below). ALL footage is 100% ORIGINAL, taken with a Canon PowerShot SX30 IS and Canon PowerShot ELPH 300 HS. I am not a professional photographer, director, or movie editor; just a guy with his girlfriend and a camera who explored this beautiful country during one incredible summer month. The videos were intentionally shot from a first-person perspective, and I hope that you can see the culture shine through the places that we visited.
Places/Cities/Points of interest featured (in order of appearance starting at 1:16):
- Churchill Downs/Kentucky Derby
- Louisville Slugger Factory (Louisville, Kentucky)
- St. Louis, Missouri/St. Louis Arch footage
- Kansas City, Missouri
- Kansas footage
- Denver, Colorado (16th Street promenade)
- Rocky Mountain National Park
- Northern Colorado footage
- Northern Utah footage
- Arches National Park (Utah)
- Salt Lake City, Utah/Great Salt Lake footage
- Northern Nevada Footage
- Northern California footage
- Napa Valley, California
- Muir Woods Forest
- San Francisco, California footage
- Ghirardelli Factory & Store (San Francisco)
- Lombard Street (San Francisco)
- Boudin Sourdough Bakery and Store (San Francisco)
- Pier 39 (San Francisco)
- Painted Ladies (San Francisco)
- Golden Gate Bridge (San Francisco)
- San Francisco Chinatown
- Highway 1 South from San Francisco to Los Angeles
- Piedras Beach (seals footage)
- Malibu, California footage
- Santa Barbara, California footage
- Santa Monica Pier
- Venice Beach, California footage
- Los Angeles, California footage
- Hollywood, California footage
- Bel Air, California footage
- Hollywood Sign from Mount Lee
- Bellagio Hotel and Casino (Las Vegas, Nevada)
- The Venetian Hotel & Casino (Las Vegas)
- Las Vegas Boulevard from atop Paris Hotel tower
- Roller coaster at New York New York Resort and Casino (Las Vegas)
- Arizona footage
- Hoover Dam
- Grand Canyon National Park South Rim
- Southern Utah footage
- Mexican Hat rock monument (Southern Utah)
- Four Corners National Monument
- New Mexico Footage
- Mesa Verde (Southern Colorado)
- San Juan National Forest and Campground (Southern Colorado)
- New Mexico/Texas Footage
- Dallas Cowboys Stadium (Arlington, Texas)
- Dallas, Texas footage
- Southern Junction Restaurant (Rockwall, Texas)
- Fossil Rim Wildlife Sanctuary (near Dallas, Texas)
- The Alamo (San Antonio, Texas)
- San Antonio, Texas Riverwalk
- Johnson Space Center (Houston, Texas)
- New Orleans, Louisiana footage
- Cafe Du' Monde (New Orleans, Louisiana)
- Bourbon Street (New Orleans
- Fritzel's Jazz Bar (New Orleans)
- Tootsie's Bar (Nashville, Tennessee)
- Gaylord Opryland Hotel (Nashville)
- Grand Ole' Opry ft: Luke Bryan (Nashville)
- Blue Ridge Parkway (Asheville, North Carolina)
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1.) The Who - baba o' riley (Teenage Wasteland)
2.) Marlena Shaw - California Soul
3.) Joe Purdy - I Love the Rain the Most
With so many unique attractions, where do you begin? Elizabethtown, Ky.
Elizabethtown, Ky. offers many things to do for you and your family!
Kentucky: Bourbon, Horses, and Family in Louisville | Traveling Robert
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The definitive Kentucky video is finally here.
First we visit the Makers Mark Kentucky Bourbon Whisky distillery. At the beautiful property we learn about their history, the whiskey making process, and at the end we get to sample 4 different varieties, including the raw moonshine-like white alcohol, before the put in the oak barrels to age. That is some potent stuff.
After our whiskey adventure we continue towards Louisville, crossing through beautiful rural Kentucky and Bardstown, self-proclaimed the Whisky Capital of the World.
We are staying at the Louisville Metro KOA, which is actually on the Indiana side of the Ohio River in the city of Clarksville. Here we get to spend some time with my cousin Juan and his wife Thelma. Cousin Juan has lived here most of his life in Louisville and Thelma was born and raised here so they know the town pretty well. On the ride around the city they share a lifetime of memories with us, going back to the 1960’s.
No visit to Louisville is complete without going to Churchill Downs, home of the Kentucky Derby, and although we skip the museum this time, we enter the building and go into some of the gardens. We also have breakfast at Wagner’s Pharmacy, which is actually a diner, very popular with horsemen since the 1920’s. The walls are covered with pictures of horses from the many years of horse racing tradition.
We also tour Old Louisville Historic District, particularly the St. James Court Area. It has the largest contiguous collection of Victorian era homes in the United States. We also drive on Bardstown road, in the Highlands neighborhood, which is famous for the numerous bars, night clubs and restaurant in the area. After an afternoon nap to recharge batteries we are joined by Juan’s sister, cousin María for dinner at Louisville’s best Cuban restaurant called Havana Rumba.
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