Lux Exposé - Home to over 400+ championship thoroughbred horse farms, 120 locally owned restaurants, 14 of the state’s largest bourbon distilleries, and a 450-million-year-old ecosystem that’s one of KY’s most beautiful natural areas, Lexington – aka the “Horse Capital of the World” – is wonderful destination for spring breakers. The Kentucky Castle offers an immersive and bucolic experience complete with goat yoga classes on the farm or horseback riding sessions through the estate ending with a garden-to-table picnic. The 21c Museum Hotel is set in a historic bank with rotating modern art exhibits and features exclusive destination packages and a restaurant with a private dining room in the bank’s former safe. Spring break is a great time to take in the Kentucky Derby-qualifying horse races at historic Keeneland Racecourse during the Spring Race Meet (April 7 – 28).

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