Among the many innovators, reformers, and activists buried in the Lexington Cemetery is Laura Clay, a noted suffragist who spent her life vigorously fighting for women's rights.
Clay was born on ...more
Rolling hills. Misty mornings. Foals frolicking in the paddock. Summer is a wonderful time of year to visit the Horse Capital of the World and get up-close-and-personal with some of our celebrities.
Lexington will host the 2015 Breeders' Cup, and many of the great champions who will race in October were foaled right here on Central Kentucky farms. Several horse farms are open to the public with reservations, or giddyup on a van tour or with a private guide. Click here to learn more about touring horse farms.
Enjoy browsing visitLEX.com. We showcase the premier places to eat, shop, play, stay and experience the time-honored traditions of Kentucky's centerpiece. Click below to learn more about Lexington's Bourbon connections or how to tour a private horse farm, or browse our photo albums.