Southern Starts in Lexington, Kentucky

Lexington, Kentucky is a true Southern city, known for its stunning landscapes, championship horses and a culture rich in Bluegrass tradition. Lexington resounds with emerging artists, world-class events and eclectic dining. Known as the Horse Capital of the World, you can meet past Kentucky Derby champions or maybe even catch a glimpse of a future winner on the world’s most famous horse farms and racetracks. Beyond its rich equine heritage, Lexington boasts the perfect place to begin your exploration of the birthplace of Bourbon, America’s only native spirit. Come see why Southern Starts Here.

For more information, call the Lexington CVB at 1-800-845-3959 or visit www.visitlex.com.

Lexington CVB
301 East Vine Street
Lexington, KY 40507
800-845-3959
www.visitlex.com

 Follow the Country Music Highway “Road to Fame” to Prestonburg, Kentucky

The attractions in Prestonsburg can suit the travel thirst for all ages. The diverse and fun places to visit range from water recreation, music entertainment, elk watching, harness racing, craft shopping, golf, and all kinds of special events.

Speaking of thirst, have you ever wondered why so many national artists hail from right here in Eastern Kentucky? Well, we think it’s in the water! So, beginning in 2012 our US 23 Country Music Highway “Road to Fame” talent search contests will be searching for the next Loretta Lynn, or Ricky Skaggs, or even Dwight Yoakum. Competitions begin soon, with the grand finale June 16 at the Mountain Arts Center. Go to www.cmhroadtofame.com for details.

Enjoy the fine places to lodge and eat and enjoy the great hospitality. Call us for detailed information at 800-844-4704 or visit www.prestonsburgky.org.

HAPPY TRAILS MY FRIEND!

“Road to Fame” talent search contests

The attractions in Prestonsburg, KY can suit the travel thirst for all ages. The diverse and exciting places to visit and fun activities to do, range from water recreation, to music entertainment, elk watching, live harness racing, craft shopping, and all kind of special events and festivals.

Speaking of thirst, have you ever wondered why so many national artists hail from right here in Eastern Kentucky? Well, we think it’s in the water! So, beginning in 2012 our US 23 Country Music Highway “Road to Fame” talent search contests will be searching for the next Loretta Lynn, or Ricky Skaggs, or even Dwight Yoakam.

You can be a part of an audience that gets in on all the action. There will be auditions, and advanced competition in great venues like the Mountain Arts Center. Bring the entire family and stay [...]

Lexington’s Bluegrass Region has something for everyone. Enjoy charming vineyards, superb shopping at locally owned boutiques, relaxing spa treatments, legendary horse farm tours, fine cuisine and more.

Lexington’s affordable hotels and Bed & Breakfasts offer vacation packages – many including dining, shopping, golfing and touring options. Accommodations range from budget to luxury.

Drive past our beautiful horse farms and spend an afternoon playing with our famous four-legged friends. Discover the region’s history, arts and crafts.

Lexington has a wide variety of entertainment when the sun goes down including concerts, festivals, performing arts, comedy clubs and more.

Log on to our website and discover the bounty of Lexington’s Bluegrass Region.

Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau

301 East Vine Street

Lexington, Kentucky 40507

http://www.visitlex.com

Year-round recreation opportunities abound in Hopkinsville-Christian County, your new haven for outdoor adventure. From meandering walking trails to scenic biking and hiking to golf and scuba diving, our mild climate allows visitors and residents to enjoy the outdoors in all four beautiful seasons.

Walk the footsteps of the Cherokee Indians on the Trail of Tears, golf the championship Links at Novadell, scavenger dive to find underwater treasures, soak up a host of natural wonders at Pennyrile Forest State Resort Park, splash in the Tie Breaker Family Aquatic Center, or explore our historic downtown.

Indoors, visitors can enjoy museums, antique and boutique shopping, art exhibits, a day at the spa or a night on the town. Annual events include an Intertribal Pow Wow, Little River Days Festival, Edgar Cayce Hometown Seminar, IPRA Rodeo, Hwy. 68 400-mile yard sale, and more.

Visit our web site at http://www.guestquest.com/ky/kentucky.aspto [...]

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