Among Lexington's historic cemeteries is African Cemetery No. 2, which was the first burial ground in the city to be organized by African Americans.
Located on East Seventh Street, the eight-acre ...more
Whether you want to see a Broadway show, experience local theater, enjoy a concert or go bar hopping, you'll find a wide variety of nightlife in Lexington. With a range of venues from the lovingly restored Lexington Opera House to the 23,000 seat Rupp Arena to the amphitheater at Equus Run Vineyards, there is never a shortage of entertainment options.
Use our Lexington Calendar of Events to explore what special events, concerts and shows are scheduled during your visit. If you are passionate about the performing arts, fond of festivals, like seeing movies on the Big Screen, or in need of some comedic relief, you'll be pleased with what Lexington has to offer.
If nightlife means enjoying a beer or cocktail with an energetic and friendly crowd of local Lexingtonians, check out the bars below.