Kentucky Hotels

A variety of experiences await you in the Bluegrass State, including southern traditions, bluegrass music and Civil War history. Take in the beautiful rolling fields of bluegrass, visit Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home or learn about the art of making bourbon. Whatever your interests, you'll find plenty of fascinating attractions in Kentucky.

Agriculture is a large part of Kentucky's industry. The state is filled with large orchards, wine-making vineyards, and bourbon distilleries. Spend an afternoon sampling some local wines, or visit the Bourbon Trail in Springfield.

Kentucky is filled with rich Civil War and African American history. Abraham Lincoln's boyhood home was recently added to the National Park System and is available for public viewing. Although the house is not available for tours, the public is welcome to picnic on the grounds and explore the exterior exhibits. The African American Heritage Center is located in a restored Victorian home. This Kentucky museum celebrates the history of local African Americans and is open daily to the public.

While you are in Kentucky, don't forget to enjoy some bluegrass and country music at the many venues throughout the state. If you are a Loretta Lynn fan, stop by her home in Van Lear for a tour. Wherever your Kentucky explorations take you, there is a hotel that will easily accommodate your travel plans. At Hotels-Rates.com, we'll help you pick the perfect hotel based on detailed hotel descriptions, photos and information on nearby attractions. We'll even give you directions to your hotel from major roadways to help make your trip easier.

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