Why Lexington, Kentucky?
Conveniently located at the intersection of I-75 and I-64, Lexington is a perfect destination for motorcoach groups. Come take a tour of a local Thoroughbred farm, visit Buffalo Trace Distillery, or explore our equine heritage at the Kentucky Horse Park. We’re friendly and filled with free and low-cost things to do, so hop on the road and come see us!
What We Offer
For Motorcoach Groups in Lexington
Regardless of the size of your group tour or your budget, we’re happy to offer free planning assistance, from finding the perfect hotel to connecting you with affordable local tour options.
Lexington’s central location is within a day’s drive of two-thirds of the country, making it easy and economical to get to. And once you're here, it's just as easy to get around!
Lexington has a hotel for every price point. Plus, almost all hotels offer free parking for guests.
From horse farm tours to the beautifully-restored Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill--plus our wide variety of specialty shops catering to all interests --there’s so much to do in the Bluegrass.
There’s no shortage of free experiences here in Central Kentucky--like watching the workouts at Keeneland, touring Buffalo Trace Distillery, or wandering the galleries at the 21c Museum Hotel.
Lexington is ranked #9 of the Friendliest Cities in the U.S., as well as the #3 Safest City in America. So come visit and experience Lexington’s signature brand of Southern hospitality for yourself.
“#9 among the Friendliest Cities in the U.S.”
- Conde Nast Traveler 2020
"One of the Best Weekend Getaways in the United States."
"#3 Safest City in America"
“Top 10 Bucket List Destination”
- USA Today
Lexington is a special place. Give your group a uniquely Lexington experience they'll rave about for years to come.
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With its tranquil setting and lovely stone fences and buildings, this national historic landmark is...
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The largest restored Shaker community, with 3,000 acres of farmland and 34 restored 19th-century...
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