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Lexington, KY Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 89
Total Sleeping Rooms 7,900
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 1,600
Committable Meeting Rooms* 26
Convention Center Space 132,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Exhibit Space 66,000 Sq. Ft.
Largest Ballroom 17,000 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $110
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $61
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $227
*Maximum for a single hotel

Lexington, KY Things to Do and Attractions

Horse Farm Tours

Beautiful horse farms have been part of the Bluegrass since the region was first settled, and so have horse farm visitors. There are approximately 450 horse farms in the region, and you can revisit racing history, see the world's most fabulous farms

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The Singletary Center for the Arts

Housed on the University of Kentucky campus, Singletary Center for the Arts serves as a major cultural resource for the Lexington community. The center features international, national, regional, university and student performers, artists and

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Woodsongs Old-Time Radio Hour

A celebration of grassroots, Americana music, WoodSongs is recorded before a live audience and broadcast via radio, the web and television to the entire world. The show, taped Monday nights at the Lyric Theatre in Lexington, is picked up by hundreds

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The Kentucky Theatre

This Romanesque-style theater built in 1922 was restored to its original grandeur in 1992. In addition to showing classic, modern and foreign films, the Kentucky Theater hosts a variety of concerts as well as the weekly taping of the syndicated radio

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Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

Originally opened in 1948, the Lyric Theatre was a thriving cultural centerpiece for Lexington's African American families hosting movies, fashions shows and big name acts like Count Basie and Ray Charles. Renovated and expanded, the facility hosts a

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Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

The largest restored Shaker community, with 3,000 acres of farmland and 34 restored 19th-century buildings. Shaker Village hosts a wide variety of music and dance performances, hands-on classes and special events and has 33 miles of trails for hiking

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Brewgrass Trail

True: we are known as the birthplace of bourbon. But we are home to master brewers as well as master distillers! Craft breweries are now scattered across Kentucky, and more and more thirsty travelers are seeking out small craft brewers and

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Historic Home Tours

In Lexington and the Bluegrass region, there's a lot of history to be re-lived. This was the first part of Kentucky to be settled, and the beginning of the American West. The Civil War deeply divided the state but, fortunately, left most antebellum

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Bourbon Distillery Tours

For more than 200 years, Kentucky's legendary distilleries have crafted the world's finest bourbons, thanks to the region's perfect natural mix of weather and pure limestone-filtered water that lead to Kentucky bourbon's classic taste and deep amber

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Kentucky Horse Park

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Dedicated to man's relationship with the horse, the Kentucky Horse Park is unlike any other park in the world -- a showcase of museums, galleries, theaters, and working farm exhibits. Nearly 50 breeds of horses graze upon its 1,200 acres of lush

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Keeneland Race Course

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With its tranquil setting and lovely stone fences and buildings, this national historic landmark is one of the most genteel and beautiful racetracks in the world. Visitors are welcome year round. Live thoroughbred racing takes place in April and

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Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill

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A stunning 3,000-acre National Historic Landmark situated within a short drive of Lexington, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill holds the distinction of being the country's largest restored Shaker community. History and hospitality merge at the

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The Singletary Center for the Arts

Housed on the University of Kentucky campus, Singletary Center for the Arts serves as a major cultural resource for the Lexington community. The center features international, national, regional, university and student performers, artists and

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Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center

Originally built as a movie house, Lexington's Lyric Theatre & Cultural Arts Center served as the thriving centerpiece of entertainment for African-Americans from 1948 to 1963. The Lyric presented movies, fashion shows, vaudeville acts and concerts

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The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky

Created in 1991 as a joint effort between the University of Kentucky and Lexington-Fayette County Urban County Government, The Arboretum, State Botanical Garden of Kentucky, spans 100 acres of year-round gardens. Visitors can walk the arboretum's

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The Kentucky Theatre

Opened in 1922, The Kentucky Theatre shows first-run and independent movies in a striking space with ornamental walls and stained glass. A downtown landmark, the theatre charges $5 per ticket for shows before 6 PM and $7 for adult tickets and $5 for

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