The floral clock in Frankfort, Kentucky, is a landmark located behind the Kentucky State Capitol. Dedicated in May 1961 by Governor Bert T. Combs, the clock was constructed as a joint project between the state government and the Garden Club of Kentucky.Using our international travel planner, Frankfort attractions like Floral Clock can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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Enjoyed seeing this colorful clock and reading about it on the nearby sign. The whole area around it is beautiful as well. more »
We were there after the Capitol building was closed but that doesn’t stop folks from stopping to snap pictures of the attractive floral clock. Fortunately at that time there are plenty of parking... more »
If you need a respite from traveling across the state what, take the exit off of I-64 to the Kentucky state capitol in Frankfort magnificent building and complex with this extra special surprise. Beautifully maintained
This was a neat place. The clock is huge and the flowers look amazing. Very unique place to visit.
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