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This place is full of history & natural beauty. Main attractions are:

National Quilt Museum

The world's largest quilt museum shows more than 150 quilts in frequently changing exhibits. From modern art quilts to traditional and antique quilts, each visit is a new and exciting experience at this place.

Kentucky Horse Park

The only park of its kind in the world, it is a working horse farm/educational theme park and equine rivalry facility dedicated to man's relationship with the horse. Set on more than 1,200 acres in the heart of Kentucky's famous Bluegrass Region, the park features nearly 50 different breeds of horses at work and at play.

Newport Aquarium

A water wonderland with thousands of aquatic creatures from around the world like sharks, penguins, otters, birds, turtles and more, all in breathtaking exhibits.

Churchill Downs & Kentucky Derby Museum

Museum presents the traditions and excitement of the "greatest two minutes in sports." Highlights include 2 floors of interactive, horse racing-related exhibits, a 360-degree high-definition video presentation and a walking tour of Churchill Downs. On the first Saturday in May, the sports world's spotlight shines on Churchill Downs for the Kentucky Derby, known as the "Greatest Two Minutes in Sports."

Abraham Lincoln's Birthplace

Built at the location of Lincoln's birth the solid marble, neoclassical monument houses the symbolic cabin of Lincoln's birth. One can also enjoy audiovisual presentation in the Visitor Center and the Sinking Spring where the Lincoln's drew their water.

Louisville Science Center

Experience three floors of engaging hands-on exhibits that the whole family will enjoy or see an incredible film in our four-story IMAX Theatre. Exhibits are THE WORLD AROUND US, which explores natural and earth sciences; THE WORLD WITHIN US, which explores the incredible body that's yours for life; and THE WORLD WE CREATE, which explores scientific advancements.

Muhammad Ali Center

Includes an amazing five-screen orientation theater film, historical Civil Rights era media footage, an interactive timeline of Ali’s life, video-on-demand of Ali’s fights, hands-on boxing fun, Howard L. Bingham and LeRoy Neiman exhibit galleries.

Kentucky Lake

Spanning the western portion of Tennessee and southwest Kentucky, the lake is 184 miles long, has 2,380 miles of shoreline, and 160,300 surface acres of water at summer water levels.

Cumberland Falls

Known as the "Niagara of the South," the waterfall forms a 125-foot wide curtain that plunges 60 feet into the boulder-strewn gorge below. The mist of Cumberland Falls creates the magic of the moon bow, only visible on a clear night during a full moon. This unique phenomenon appears nowhere else in the Western Hemisphere.

Mammoth Cave National Park

This is the longest recorded cave system in the world with more than 367 miles explored and mapped. The park preserves the cave system, including Mammoth Cave, the scenic river valleys of the Green and Nolin rivers, and a section of the hilly country of south central Kentucky.

Breaks Interstate Park

One of two interstate parks in America, the park encompasses 4,500 acres of woodland and is home of the deepest gorge east of the Mississippi River, commonly called the Grand Canyon of the South.

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