- The list below includes 109 free or cheap things to do in or near Lexington, Kentucky, including 52 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Movie Theaters, Horse Races and Colleges & Universities.
- From Lexington Cemetery to Legacy Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Lexington and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frankfort, Versailles, Georgetown and Richmond.
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Beginning at a designated starting point, groups of two, four, or six use smartphones to explore the city, searching for hidden objects
The Nostalgia Station Toy Museum is housed within the restored Louisville and Nashville Depot Station that was built in 1911. The bulk of the exhibits cover an extensive collection of post-war era toy trains from companies like Lionel and American Flyer.
Opened in 1992, the Georgetown & Scott Country Museum seeks to display and preserve the local history to its guests. The museum is a non-profit organization and is constantly growing with new exhibits monthly.
The Scott County Arts & Cultural Center showcases local and regional artists in their galleries year-round. The center furthers art education through classroom activities for children and adults of all ages and abilities. A gift shop is available.
Visitors can view a diverse collection of Contemporary Christian Art at Art For God Museum & Gallery. The gallery offers art classes and the collection includes portraits, abstracts, murals, and tapestries.
The Sawyer Stephen S Art Studio is an art gallery that has the goal of reflecting the teachings of Jesus of Nazareth in the 21st century. The gallery displays limited edition Christian art prints and digital sketches.
Showcasing an eclectic mix of over 200 regional artists, Damselfly Gallery shines light on many different types of art. Take a look at the prints, painting, or drawings that make great gifts for the loved ones in your life.
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As a non-profit organization, Woodford County Historical Society aims to preserve the houses built in the 1800s from the region. The society has a museum with historical artifacts such as photographs, paintings, documents, and more.
Featuring the work of local artists, Solaris Art Gallery offers art prints, sculpture and handcrafts for sale. Much of the artwork on display is related to the area's association with thoroughbred horse racing and horse farms in general.