Capitol City Museum exhibits focus on 200 yrs of Kentucky’s heritage. Can combine with a tour of nearby Fort Hill where military fortifications were built during the American Civil War.
At Josephine Sculpture Park, visitors explore art and the environment with over 70 outdoor installations within a garden of Kentucky’s native, rural landscape on self-guided or guided tour.
The Kentucky History Center’s main exhibition introduces visitors to 12,000 years of Kentucky history with walk-through environments and interactive displays.
The Kentucky Native Plant Society’s focus is on the native plants and wildflowers of Kentucky Plants that are essential to our natural ecosystems and enjoyment.
Kentucky State Capitol, the 4th building since statehood in 1792. It is the house of the three branches of the state government of Kentucky, the house, the senate and the supreme court.
At Liberty Hall Historic Site, explore early Kentucky history through tours and hands-on activities that illustrate the daily lives of the Brown family and the enslaved workers of Liberty Hall.
The Salato Wildlife Center has seasonal indoor & outdoor natural history exhibits & programs with self-guided and guided tours. The Center also offers hiking and fishing.
The Governor’s Mansion offer this special tour once a month. The tour will be given by a different guest tour guide each month with expertise in the fields of history, fine arts, furniture, and/or architecture.
The Old State Capitol served as home of the Kentucky General Assembly from 1830 to 1910. Delve into the politics and everyday life of the tumultuous 19th-century.