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Featured Events

Nov18

23rd Annual Southern Lights

The 23rd Annual Southern Lights includes a self-guided four mile journey through a... more
Dec10

The Nutcracker

Lexington Ballet Company performs this beautiful masterpiece under the artistic direction... more
Dec10

The Nutcracker

Lexington Ballet's Nutcracker will be performed on December 10 and 17 at 2:00 pm and 8:00... more
Dec16

Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Musical

The beloved TV classic, "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer," soars off the screen... more
Dec16

Visit Santa at the Distillery

Have your children get their wish list ready for Santa as you celebrate the season... more
Dec22

Mannheim Steamroller Christmas

The ultimate holiday tradition, this has been one of America's favorite holiday tradition... more
Dec31

Casino Royale: the Music of James Bond

A dangerously glamorous New Year's Eve brings the Casino Royale and everyone's favorite... more
Jan9

Keeneland Horse Sales

Horses of all ages go on sale. Spectators welcome.... more
Colorful and unique
Colorful and unique

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James Burnie Beck

by Stuart, History Blogger

During the 19th century, the Scottish-born James B. Beck was a Lexington lawyer and a respected national politician.

Born in Dumfrieshire, Scotland, on February 13, 1822, Beck received his early ...

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Link, the Percheron

by Margaret, Horse Blogger

HORSES, HORSES This handsome horse is Link, who is new to theBreeds Barn at the Kentucky Horse Park this year.

Link, who stands about 18 hands tall, is a Percheron, whichis one of the breeds of the ...

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Accident or Murder?

by Stuart, History Blogger

In 1854, a New York Times article described the death of Lexington resident James O. Frazer. Although Frazer's demise appeared to be accidental, both Frazer's wife and his overseer were later ...

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Wineries

The fertile soil of the Bluegrass Region that gave birth to the Bourbon industry and the Horse industry is now proving its merits to wine makers. Though the wine industry here may be considered to be fairly new, the truth is that Jacques Dufour was growing wine grapes in this region as early as 1798.

Plan to visit some of our charming wineries and vineyards. Learn more about the rebirth of the wine industry in central Kentucky in the Idea Guide article: "The Grape is Back".

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Black Barn Winery

  • 4200 Newtown Pike, Lexington
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  • (859) 552-2525

Castle Hill Farm Winery

  • 3650 Lexington Road, Versailles
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  • (859) 576-0010

Chateau du Vieux Corbeau

  • 471 Stanford Avenue, Danville
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  • (859) 236-1775

Equus Run Vineyards

  • 1280 Moores Mill Road, Midway
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  • (859) 846-9463

The First Vineyard

  • 5800 Sugar Creek Pike, Nicholasville
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  • (859) 885-9359

Grimes Mill Winery

  • 6707 Grimes Mill Road, Lexington
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  • (859) 543-9691

Jean Farris Winery and Bistro

  • 6825 Old Richmond Road, Lexington
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  • (859) 263-9463

Lovers Leap Vineyards and Winery

  • 1180 Lanes Mill Road, Lawrenceburg
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  • (502) 839-1299

Prodigy Vineyards and Winery

  • 3445 Versailles Road, Frankfort
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  • (502) 352-9400

Rising Sons Home Farm Winery

  • 975 Frankfort Road, Lawrenceburg
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  • (502) 600-0224
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