Kentucky State Capitol
One of the most beautiful capitols in the country. Completed in 1910 in the Beaux Arts design. Also contains the First Lady Doll Collection. Guided tours will be given on the hour and half hour on weekdays . Only self-guided tours on weekends. Hours: Monday - Friday 8:30am-3:00pm, closed weekends.
Old State Capitol
The Old State Capitol (Kentucky), also known as Old Statehouse, was the third Capitol of Kentucky. The building in Frankfort, Kentucky served as the capitol of the Commonwealth of Kentucky from 1830 to 1910.
Buffalo Trace Distillery
No Distillery has earned more domestic and international accolades than Buffalo Trace. It has historically been known by several names, including most notably, the George T. Stagg Distillery and the O.F.C. Distillery.
The Frankfort Cemetery is located on East Main Street in Frankfort, Kentucky. The cemetery is the burial site of Daniel Boone and contains the graves of other famous Americans including seventeen Kentucky governors.
The floral clock in Frankfort, Kentucky, is a landmark located behind the Kentucky State Capitol. The face of this colorful flowering clock is 34 ft across and is planted with thousands of plants.
Kentucky Military History Museum
The Commonwealth's military history in this fortress-like building that overlooks downtown Frankfort. Built in 1850, the State Arsenal is now home to the Kentucky Military History Museum.
Parks & Recreation
Travel Kentucky - More Vacation Places
Kentucky Derby - Louisville
Lost River Cave - Bowling Green
Newport Aquarium - Newport
Kentucky Horse Park - Lexington
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory - Louisville
John A. Roebling Suspension Bridge - Covington
The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park - Hodgenville