- The list below includes 95 free or cheap things to do in or near Versailles, Kentucky, including 54 different types of inexpensive activities like Movie Theaters, Distilleries, Art Gallery and Specialty Museums.
- From Jack Jouett House Historic Site to Woodford Reserve Distillery, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Versailles and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lexington, Frankfort, Georgetown and Harrodsburg.
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320 South Main street, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 MoreLess Info
At The Attic Visitors Center & Gift Shop, guests can take a tour of the TB Ripy Grand Victorian House, which was built by Bourbon Baron TB Ripy in the late 1800s. The gift shop offers food, drinks, and souvenirs.
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1026 County Park Road, Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 MoreLess Info
Anderson County Community Park is a relaxing, family-friendly park. The park features expansive grassy areas for picnics, walking paths, basketball court, soccer field, skate park and baseball diamond.
A visit at the Four Roses will show the tourist how bourbon is made in here. The distillery was built in 1910 in a Spanish Mission architectural style and is included in the National Register of Historic Places. A gift shop is found in here.
Hosting both league and public bowling, Capital Bowl offers visitors glow bowling with a black light illuminated bowling alley. The bowling alley offers daily specials for games, shoe rentals, and food from the snack bar.
Famous Kentucky candy including Old Kentucky Bourbon Chocolates, Old Kentucky Derby Mints, Chocolate Thoroughbreds, and Old Fashioned Pulled Creams take center stage at Old Kentucky Chocolates. Tour groups are even allowed to tour the kitchen where these treats are made through a prescheduled tour appointment.
The 125,000 Kentuckians who served the United States during the Vietnam era are honored at the Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial. The monument overlooks the state Capitol with stunning views of the area, and special ceremonies are held at the memorial throughout the year.
The Red Mile is the longest standing race track in Lexington and is host to the nation's largest Saddlebred horse show each summer. It is known for its capability for group entertainment via race bets, a broad banquet facility and its historical round barn.