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Coming Up

Jan13

Black Bone

An exhibition of visual artists and poets sharing how those connected to Affrilachia tell... more
Jan20

Boots in the Bluegrass

An inspiring and patriotic evening celebrating and raising funds for our veterans and... more
Jan20

Pippin

PIPPIN is a high-flying hit Broadway musical!  Full of extraordinary acrobatics,... more
Jan21

The January Ball: A Speakeasy

Lexington's beautiful Loudoun House will be transformed into the swankiest speakeasy this... more
Jan26

UK Women's Basketball vs Ole Miss

Join the fans of the UK Women's Basketball team as they take on Ole... more
Jan28

UK vs Kansas

Cheer on the University of Kentucky men's basketball team. Go Wildcats! ... more
Feb3

1964: The Tribute

Since the early 80's, "1964": The Tribute has been thrilling audiences all over... more
Feb9

Into The Woods

  Mind the wolf, heed the witch, and honor the giant in the... more
Feb9

Kentucky Sport, Boat & Recreation Show

Shake off the cabin fever and enjoy great outdoor products, exclusive deals, and... more
Feb10

Carmen

Romantic Spanish works by Piazzolla, Granados, and Bizet return to the LexPhil season in... more
Feb12

Russian String Orchestra

Chamber Music Society of Central Kentucky.  Expect glorious sound and musicianship... more
Feb14

Justin Hayward Acoustic Concert

Hear the legendary Moody Blues' guitarist and vocalist. His songs have mesmerized fans... more
Feb17

Rodgers + Hammerstein's Cinderella

This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations and... more
Feb20

Presidents' Day at the Mary Todd Lincoln House

The event will include games and activities focusing on the Lincolns’ family... more
Feb24

The Barber of Seville

Rossini's perfectly honed treasure survived a famously disastrous opening night to become... more
Feb25

The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963

This powerful story based on the Newbery Honor Book by Christopher Paul Curtis follows... more
Feb28

UK vs Vanderbilt

Cheer on the UK men's basketball team as they take on Vanderbilt! ... more
Mar3

Blue Grass Trust Antiques & Garden Show

 Featuring over 40 distinguished dealers and garden specialists.... more
Mar10

Lexington Comic & Toy Convention

The midwest's most awesome weekend of geekery. Comics, magazines, gaming, anime,... more
Mar11

Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival

Leprechauns and shamrocks will be spotted along Main Street. Entertainment all day.... more
Mar15

Boys Sweet Sixteen Tournament

Kentucky High School Athletic Association state basketball tournament.... more
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Group Tour Packages

Customized group tour day and evening entertainment pre-priced packages offer distinct adventures and effortless tour planning. We're constantly updating this information, so check back often for the latest!

Historic Shaker Village Tour

Historic Homes Candlelight Tours

Guided Group Walking Tours

The Thoroughbred Center

Kentucky Sundown at the Kentucky Horse Park

Buffalo Trace Distillery Group Tours

Group Outings at Lexington's Baseball Park, Whitaker Bank Ballpark

Historic Shaker Village
A variety of programs and activities are offered and vary depending on the season. Most require a minimum of 15 people. Here's just a sampling:

  • Guided tour of the pastoral grounds of the largest restored Shaker community in existence. $14 per person
  • Riverboat rides aboard the Dixie Belle.  $8 per person (also available for charter)
  • A 30 minute candlelight music program in the Meeting House. $125
  • Evening bonfire & entertainment. $125
  • Horse drawn carriage rides. $6 per person

Special Historic Home Tours

  • A candlelight tour of Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate, which could include light refreshments, historical character actors, and/or musical performances. (Call for pricing.)
  • December only: A candlelight tour of Waveland State Historic Site, the Greek Revival plantation home built by the grand-nephew of Daniel Boone. ($7 per adult, $6 for seniors and $4 for students)
  • Enjoy a private, after hours Open House and tour of Mary Todd Lincoln's girlhood home. Open House events can accommodate 75 to 250 people. You can set up your own refreshments in the garden, and order Mary's famous white cake by special arrangement. (around $12 per person for groups 15 and larger)

Guided Group Walking Tours

  • "A House Divided: Lexington Cemetery Walking Tour" Sympathizers of each side owned lots in the cemetery.  The family plot belonging to Abraham Lincoln's in-laws is a highlight of this tour. ($10 - $15 per person.) Offered by arrangement with the Mary Todd Lincoln House.
  • "Lincoln's Lexington: Walking Tour of Lincoln & African American Sites from 1800 to 1860 " Lincoln visited Lexington several times before he became President. The tour includes sites significant to the Todd family, as well as sites related to the history of African Americans in Lexington. ($7 - $12 per person)  Offered by arrangement with the Mary Todd Lincoln House.

The Thoroughbred Center
Prices on Request

  • A guided tour of The Thoroughbred Center, a working Thoroughbred training facility
  • Breakfast, lunch or dinner in the Lounge, complete with fireplace and chandelier lighting
  • Evening entertainment can be arranged with advance notice

Kentucky Sundown at the Kentucky Horse Park
$50-55 per person (50 person minimum)
Can be customized

  • An evening in the bluegrass at the over 1,200-acre Kentucky Horse Park
  • A walking tour for an up-close look at a working horse farm including an opportunity to visit the burial site of the legendary Man O' War
  • A tour through the International Museum of the Horse, which traces man's relationship with the horse from the beginning of time
  • Experience a "Taste of the Bluegrass " with a choice of several traditional Kentucky meals
  • A movie presentation on horses and their breathtaking beauty and grace: Rein of Nobility

Additional options that can be arranged for an additional fee include:

  • Courtyard Presentation: Meet and greet two horses and riders/handlers in native costume or show attire
  • Hall of Champions: View champion horse celebrities while listening to an impressive narration of the horses' backgrounds
  • Horses of the World: An entertaining and colorful demonstration performed to lively music
  • Hayride: a scenic tractor driven hayride around the outskirts of the Park

Buffalo Trace Distillery

  • The Trace Tour: a complimentary guided tour of Buffalo Trace Distillery, including a tasting of some of their award-winning products. Begin with an engaging video of the history of Buffalo Trace, then walk along the path of rolling bourbon barrels. Enjoy the alluring smell and atmosphere of bourbon sleeping inside the aging warehouses. Then tour the renowned Blanton's Bottling Hall where you will see signature bourbons being filled, sealed, labeled, and packaged-all by hand. No charge. From April through October, box lunches from the Firehouse Sandwich Stop can be pre-ordered and include any sandwich, any side, a candy bar, condiments, cutlery and a drink for $11.
  • Treat your group to a catered dinner at the Elmer T. Clubhouse, surrounded by the Distillery's distinct architecture and beautiful landscape. Buffalo Trace's facilities can accommodate anywhere from 15 to 350 guests and can adapt to your specific needs. Clubhouse rental begins at $550. This stunning facility was built in 1935 using the wood from authentic Kentucky log cabins dating back more than 200 years.

Baseball Outings at Whitaker Bank Ballpark
from $6 to $25 (based on 20 person minimum)

  • Catch a game at this state-of-the-art stadium that is home to Lexington's minor league professional baseball team, the Lexington Legends
  • Numerous seating options including box seats, the Pepsi Party Deck, and other picnic areas. Luxury seating options available
  • Menu options range from hot dogs to full catered meals.

For more specific information on rates and packages, call (800) 848-1224 or just register.

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