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Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington

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#1 of 11 in Museums in Lexington
Must see · State Park · Landmark
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Horses from around the world--including some champions and some rare breeds--reside at Kentucky Horse Park. Watch presentations on horses' daily routines, including work and play. Ride along the outskirts of the park with a guide, or hop on a horse-drawn trolley for a narrated scenic tour, where you'll learn about the park's history. The park's International Museum of the Horse is considered the largest and most comprehensive museum in the world dedicated to the relationship between people and horses. Use our Lexington tour itinerary builder website to arrange your visit to Kentucky Horse Park and other attractions in Lexington.
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  • It was a quiet weekend (no extra horse shows), so easy to get around and staff was friendly. Very welcoming and guests were quiet and respectful of the horses. This made it very zen and enjoyable on.....  more
    It was a quiet weekend (no extra horse shows), so easy to get around and staff was friendly. Very welcoming and guests were quiet and respectful of the horses. This made it very zen and enjoyable on.....  more »
  • Super nice place. Friendly staff. Beautiful horses & shows. Also have nice riding trials for kids & adults 
    Super nice place. Friendly staff. Beautiful horses & shows. Also have nice riding trials for kids & adults  more »
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  • My daughter who enjoys horses, mainly riding. From a young age is now in her late teens and for spring break my wife and I took her and her friend here. For four adults $42 just to get into the park. There Is a lot to see and the staff and people that brought thier horses there or stable them there were amazing. One lady and her husband allowed my family to feed/give a treat to her horses. It was fun and a great experience for us. Lots of walking and it was a bit chilly out. The restaurant was closed and that was OK as we weren't trying to pay an arm and leg for a basic meal. We did ride the horses and the once again the staff was so wonderful. The ladies down there were very personable and we had a good time talking with them. I saw a sign that said no food or drinks in the museum on grounds but I did not see one saying you couldn't bring something in. Small bag of snacks or something warm to sip on in the cold would be advised to bring. Keep the place clean, be nice to the horses, and enjoy your experience it is a fun place to visit.
  • This park is huge, lot to see and do.

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