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The Barber of Seville

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

The Watsons Go To Birmingham - 1963

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

Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour

Join in the fun of a music show taped live and broadcast around the world. Audience... more

UK vs Vanderbilt

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

Blue Grass Trust Antiques & Garden Show

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

Tea Tuesday at Waveland

Tea is served at 2 in the mansion on fine china. All tea's include a program, savory... more

"The President's Own" United States Marine Band

The American Bandmasters Association's concert series presents "The President's... more

Lexington Comic & Toy Convention

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

Lexington St. Patrick’s Parade and Festival

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


F.E.A.S.T. (Food Equity and Access Sustains Tomorrow) is a unique new event to spotlight... more

Boys Sweet Sixteen Tournament

Kentucky High School Athletic Association state basketball tournament.... more

The Ginger Bread Lady

Presented by Studio Players.  By Neil Simon directed by Gary McCormick, Maureen... more

Road to the Horse/Ride the Remuda

Don’t miss the thrill and excitement of Road To The Horse in 2017. Sarah Dawson,... more

Paul Frazer Memorial Combined Test & Dressage

CKRH has grown into a multi-faceted program that is dedicated to enriching the community... more

Central Kentucky Home & Garden Show

Jump start spring with fresh ideas from this annual show.... more

Byrne and Kelly Echoes

Come enjoy the sounds of the award-winning Irish duo Byrne and Kelly live at the Farish... more

Central Bank Thursday Night Live

Beverages, food from local restaurants and great music by live bands!... more

Keeneland Race Course Thoroughbred Racing

 Spring race meet. No racing on Mondays, Tuesdays or Easter.... more


The Lexington Ballet brings the timeless tale of Cinderella to life in a production that... more

Kentucky Crafted the Market

Experience 200 exhibitors of high quality art, literature, food, bluegrass and world... more

Willy Wonka and The Lexington Dream Factory

Join Lexington Dream Factory for an evening of fun and Wonka-inspired mischief during... more
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3 Night

3 Night Itinerary
Day 1
12:00pm Welcome to Lexington - Lunch at Saul Good. Wander over to Triangle Park.
1:00pm Take a scenic driving tour with a visit to a private horse farm.
3:00pm Check in at hotel.
4:00pm Depart for evening in Renfro Valley, KY to enjoy an old-fashioned dinner and show.
9:30pm Return to hotel.
Day 2
8:30am Breakfast at hotel.
9:30am Tour one of our historical homes, Ashland, Hunt-Morgan House, Mary Todd Lincoln House, or Waveland.
11:30am Take a scenic drive to Irish Acres Gallery of Antiques. Lunch at The Glitz Restaurant.
2:30pm Return to the hotel.
5:30pm Depart for the Kentucky Horse Park for dinner and entertainment.
9:30pm Return to hotel.
Day 3
7:00am Depart for Keeneland Race Course.
7:15am Early morning workouts and breakfast at the Track Kitchen. Watch Thoroughbreds work out -- trackside. Your step-on guide gives you a behind-the-scenes look at the Thoroughbred racing world. Shopping at the Keeneland Gift Shop.
9:45am Depart Keeneland.
10:00am Visit Headley-Whitney Museum, a unique museum featuring a Jewel Room, Shell Grotto and fine art objects for a tour and lunch.
1:00pm A "sweet" stop at Old Kentucky Chocolates to see bourbon chocolates being made. Tasting allowed!
2:00pm Photo"op" at Thoroughbred Park .
3:00pm Return to the hotel.
6:30pm Dinner at one of Lexington's fine restaurants.
Day 4
8:00am Breakfast at hotel.

Head to Buffalo Trace Bourbon Distillery for a tour.

10:30am Continue on to Frankfort, our state capital, touring the Governor's Mansion, the Floral Clock, Orlando Brown Home, and the Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History.