ATTRACTIONS ■ Kentucky Horse Park, 4089 Iron Works Parkway, I-75, exit 120, 233-4303. THE place to get close to horses! Home of the International Museum of the Horse, American Saddlebred Museum and the National Horse Center. See our Treasures of the Bluegrass and visit with our many friendly horses, including some rare and unusual types of breeds, and our Kentucky Derby horses in the Hall of Champions. www.kyhorsepark.com ■ Lexington Cemetery, 833 W. Main, 255-5522. Nationally recognized arboretum, listed in National Register of Historic Places. ■ Lexington Farmers’ Market, 608-2655. Find the freshest produce; cut flowers; organic meat, vegetables and eggs; honey; herbs; cheeses and soap and body care products. We host musicians, local chefs & educational events for children throughout the season. Call for seasonal hours. www.lexingtonfarmersmarket.com ■ Mary Todd Lincoln House, 578 W. Main, 233-9999. First site restored to honor a first lady. Late Georgian-style house built in 1803. Showcases Lincoln & Todd family memorabilia. ■ McConnell Springs Park, 416 Rebmann Lane, off Old Frankfort Pike, 225-4073. Educational center. “Hands-on” exhibits, nature trails. ■ OLD KENTUCKY CHOCOLATES, 450 Southland Dr., 278-4444. Also at The Shops at Lexington Center, 410 W. Vine St., 25-CANDY (252-2639) & Lansdowne Shoppes, 3385 Tates Creek Rd., 268-4711. When touring our Candy Kitchen you’ll smell the delicious chocolate aroma & see how candy is made. We have free samples of chocolates while you’re browsing through our gift shop. We’re best known for our Bourbon Chocolates, Bourbon Cherries & Bourbon Truffles. All made with 100-proof Jim Beam Bourbon. Tours Mon.-Thurs. 10 am & 2 pm and Fri. 10 am at the Southland Dr. location. www.oldkycandy.com., email@example.com ■ Raven Run Nature Sanctuary, 5888 Jacks Creek Pk., 272-6105. 470 acres dedicated to Kentucky River Palisades preservation. 10 miles of hiking. ■ Red Mile Harness Track, 1200 Red Mile Rd., 255-0752. Red Mile is the second oldest harness track in the world, simulcasts three hundred and sixty-four days a year, hosts numerous horse sales, and features instant racing. It is your dynamic entertainment destination. ■ Rupp Arena, 430 W. Vine St., 233-4567. Home court of the UK Wildcats men’s basketball team, plays host to numerous concerts, family shows, motor sports events throughout the year. Arena viewing window is open year-round, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. www.lexingtoncenter.com ■ Toyota Motor Manufacturing, USA, Inc., (800) 866-4485 or (502) 868-3027. Largest plant outside of Japan. 2,000 vehicles a day are produced. Tours available. Reservations strongly encouraged! ■ UK Art Museum, corner of Rose & Euclid, 257-5716. Excellent collection of paintings, sculptures, decorative arts, Kentucky art & traveling exhibits. ■ UK-Lexington Arboretum Park, 500 Alumni Dr., 257-6955. Open year-round with gardens and walking/jogging paths. ■ Waveland State Historic Site, 225 Waveland Museum Lane, 272-3611. Excellent example of Greek Revival architecture with restored slave quarters. Built in 1847 by Joseph Bryan, a grandnephew 15 of Daniel Boone.
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