Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 2012 GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURE TOUR GARDEN AND ARCHITECTURE TOUR 13 OTHER GARDEN STOPS Explore even more beautiful garden sites around Lexington. Many of these attractions offer guided tours, or you can simply meander through them on your own. Waveland State Historic Site 225 Waveland Museum Lane Considered one of the finest examples of Greek Revival architecture in Kentucky, this historic site contains plants and herbs appropriate to the antebellum period. (859) 272-3611 parks.ky.gov/parks/historicsites/waveland Keeneland Race Course 4201 Versailles Road Lexington’s historic Thoroughbred race course, a National Historic Landmark, contains internationally inspired, historic architecture and beautifully maintained grounds. The stunning sycamore trees that line the paddock, while at peak color in fall, are a sight to see year-round. (859) 254-3412 keeneland.com Thoroughbred Park East Main Street at Midland Avenue This 2.5-acre space on the cusp of down- town is home to 13 life-sized Thoroughbred horse sculptures and 42 plaques honoring historic figures in the racing industry. (859) 233-7299 triangleparklexington.org University of Kentucky Arboretum 500 Alumni Drive UK’s Arboretum contains over 1,000 different trees & shrubs, as well as herb, rose, water and butterfly gardens. (859) 257-6955 arboretum.ca.uky.edu Michler’s Florist & Kentucky Native Café 417 East Maxwell Street Gardening enthusiasts can browse a selection of organically-raised plants at this beloved fifth-generation greenhouse. Stop for lunch in the adjoining Kentucky Native Café, a café & beer garden nestled inside the bones of an old greenhouse. (859) 254-0383 michlers.com