TheBusyBrainIn all of the Kentucky sights that can be found, you might want to feast your eyes on this very unique and strangely unusual attraction. The Louisville Slugger Museum holds the world's largest baseball bat in the world. It stands at 120 feet tall against the building and weighs just over 34 tons.
For baseball fans, this might be the perfect attraction for you. Not only will you get to explore a museum that is dedicated to the baseball sport, but you will also be able to see in real life, the largest baseball bat in the world. Many tourists and travels who travel to Kentucky take photos with the baseball bat. The museum is currently opened for free to all.
Magnolia5777/PhyllisKentucky is known for being the horse captial of the world. You can expect to see sights of many horse enthusiasts, fans and professionals in Kentucky every day of the year.
The 2010 Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games is here again on October 10th. Located in Kentucky, this event will have at least 300,000 horse fans traveling to Kentucky for this 17-day event in Lexington. This event that is held every four years, is considered the th Olympics of the saddle set, where you'll see 17 days of horse power, showcasing races, tournaments as well as everything else you ever wanted to know about horses. Not only this, you'll also experience a range of musicians who also come down for the event including Laura Bell Bundy and Trombone Shorty.
Joe ShlabotnikKentucky became a state of the Union in 1792. Kentucky is not only a place of scenic beauty but also a place of historical importance. Kentucky played an important part in the shaping of the United States. The Kentucky monuments tell the history of some of the state's most famous events and residents. The Kentucky tourists can spend a nice vacation in Kentucky visiting the monuments and other attractions.
¢ Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Site- There were many places which claimed to be the birthplace of America's 16th president, but Hodgenville was declared to be the official birthplace by the federal government in 1910.
¢ Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial- This piece of art was designed in the form of a sundial and it pays homage to the Kentucky residents who had lost their lives and who went missing during the Vietnam War.
¢ Civil War monuments- There are numerous monuments in Kentucky which immortalize various heroes, leaders, troops and battles.
Kentucky is a beautiful state in the east central United States of America. It is also known as the bluegrass state due to the abundance of blue grass in various pastures and lawns throughout the state. Due to its varied environment and picturesque locations, Kentucky has become a favorite tourist destination.
There are a number of attractive tourism sights in Kentucky which are worth visiting. Some of the Kentucky tourist attractions are mentioned below:
¢ Mammoth Cave National Park: With more than 350 miles of explored passageways, Mammoth Cave National Park has the longest known cave system in the world.
¢ Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom: Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom is a world-class thrill park and entertainment complex located in Louisville.
¢ Kentucky Center for the Arts: Located in Louisville, it is supposedly the largest center of performing arts and features a variety of artworks.
¢ Louisville Zoo: The Louisville Zoo is located on 73 acres in South Louisville and is home to 1,300 animals representing 371 species living in open, natural settings.
SeeMidTN.com (aka Brent)There are many attractions for those who prefer to visit Kentucky. Kentucky nature sights such as the famous Cumberland Falls, are one of the main reasons individuals choose to take a trip or holiday to Kentucky. For those who don't enjoy the large range of museums found in Kentucky, nature sights can be pretty enjoyable.
At the Cumberland Falls, known as the 'Niagara of the South' you'll experience a beautiful view of waterfalls. The 60 feet an 125 foot wide waterfalls is an impressive sight to see. The Cumberland Falls also has a unique phenomenon which does not appear anywhere else in the western hemisphere. This is known as the 'Moonbow' which is only visible during a full moon.
The mist formed by the waterfalls creates a magical and relaxing atmosphere that will be a highlight for everyone's visit to Kentucky.
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