Natural bridge and other sites in Eastern Kentucky. Carly Becker takes a motorcycle trip to Appalachia to the bridge and other attractions here.
Lexington, Kentucky. Seven highlights of this exciting city in the south, Keeneland, historic homes, and tasting bourbon at Four Roses Distillery.
Louisville Kentucky is a city famed for bourbon, the famous namesake baseball bat, and the Derby. Here is a comprehensive guide to the city.
Bowling Green in Western Kentucky has much to offer travelers, the National Corvette Museum, a fine men’s wear store, an underground cave and whisky.
Waveland in Kentucky. A slave quarters at an estate in Kentucky provides a glimpse of the life of a slave, how they ate, worked, and slept.
Vent Haven is a museum in Fort Mitchell, Kentucky devoted to ventriloquism, with more than 1000 dummies on display and information about talking dummies.
In Search of Appalachia, by Nancy Diggs, covers a variety of aspects of Appalachia, from historic landmarks to the people who live there. Geology Cumberland Gap
A visit to Kentucky’s Shakerville to learn about the sparse and austere lives of the Shakers, who had a community there between 1805-1910.
Mary Todd Lincoln’s childhood home in Lexington, Kentucky has been open to the public since 1977. A tour of the house and grounds and learning her history.
Kentucky: Visiting Historic Bardstown, A frontier Village and former Stagecoach Stop, a glimpse into the past at one of the oldest taverns in the US.
Janis Turk visits the Marble Super Dome in Monroe County, Kentucky and meets the winners of the World Marbles Championship.
Leslie Patrick takes a tour of bourbon distilleries in Kentucky, including Buffalo Trace, Heaven Hill, Woodford Reserve, Four Roses and Makers Mark.