Encounter the wonder of the life-size Noah’s Ark at the Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky. Tour three decks of exhibits, a zoo, and more. Kids are free!
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The Boone Creek Outdoors Zip Line Canopy Tour allows guests to experience the natural beauty of this unique area in a thrilling, minimally invasive manner. Guests traverse in and over the gorge and Boone Creek itself gaining perspectives that are otherwise impossible to achieve.
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We are family owned and operated. Sky Zone Lexington is the perfect place to incentivize school, campers, scout and homeschool groups where visits can test their speed, strength and agility.
LexingtonTEL - 859-629-4455 Read More
The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, features the Children & Demonstration Garden; and the Walk Across Kentucky with native plants from 7 physiographic regions of Kentucky.
LexingtonTEL - 859-257-6955
The Aviation Museum of Kentucky has a 25,000 sq. ft indoor exhibit area plus an outside exhibit area on the state’s aviation history and industry, plus a dynamic aerospace education program.
LexingtonTEL - 859-231-1219
Explorium of Lexington creates a fun and dynamic hands-on learning environment that inspires imagination with a multi-curriculum focus on history, science, literacy and the arts.
LexingtonTEL - 859.258.3253 ext 13
The International Museum of the Horse is the largest museum in the world dedicated to exploring the history of all horses and their impact on human civilization. The Museum offers interesting virtual videos about the history of horses.
LexingtonVIRTUALTEL - 859-259-4229
The Kentucky Museum is a history, arts and culture museum which includes 8,000 square feet of six long-term exhibits and several changing exhibits.
LexingtonTEL - 502-863-2255
Lexington Children’s Theatre strives to both entertain and educate while presenting imaginative and compelling theatre for young people.
LexingtonTEL - 859-254-4546
The Lexington Opera House provides arts learning opportunities for school time and weekend performances to enrich the lives of students, scouts & families.
LexingtonTEL - 859-233-4567
The Mary Todd Lincoln House, the wife of the 16th President, was her family home and the first house museum to honor a First Lady. The 14 room house tells the remarkable story of Mary Todd Lincoln.
LexingtonTEL - 859-233-9999
McConnell Springs offers programs to learn about the natural history of Kentucky. Themes include adaptation, geology, plants, animals, insects, water and more.
LexingtonTEL - 859-225 -4073