- TripBuzz found 93 things to do with kids in or near Lexington, Kentucky, including 71 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Frankfort, Richmond, Georgetown and Versailles.
- From Rupp Arena to Malibu Jack's Family Fun Center, the Lexington area offers 45 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Horse Races, Colleges & Universities and Specialty Museums.
- A large city in Kentucky, Lexington is most known for horse racing - namely the Kentucky Derby. The city further has many outdoor parks and recreational spaces including public golf courses, hiking trails, a skating park and Frisbee disc golf programs. Also home to the University of Kentucky, Lexington features nature preserves where bird watching and flower viewing can be enjoyed.
An all inclusive golf resort with food and lodging, Bright Leaf Golf Resort contains 18 holes of challenging and fun courses as well as an elegant restaurant where golfers can enjoy a pre tee-off bite or relaxing post-course meal.
86% 57 votes
101 Battlefield Memorial Hwy, Richmond, KY MoreLess Info
A memorial to those who fell in the Civil War battle, Battle of Richmond Visitors Center explains everything needed to know about the battle using the most recent technologies. Besides that, it is also a place where the visitor could learn about the areas festivals and special events.
100% 1 votes
101 Battlefield Memorial Highway, Richmond, KY 40475 MoreLess Info
The Battle of Richmond Association's goal is to educate visitors about the historical significance of the Battle of Richmond, and its place in shaping the Civil War. The association maintains a visitor's center, and hosts frequent events.
Danville's Bowlarama Lanes is a classic-style bowling alley with league play, moonlight bowling, and a variety of special events. There is also a bar and grill on the premises that offers an array of refreshments.
With numerous sports and recreational amenities, Millennium Park serves its community patrons. The park contains soccer fields, baseball complex, playground areas, trails with benches, modular skate park, dog park, and scenic Millennium Lake, where fishing is available.
Since 1980 patrons have enjoyed live performances - plays and other special events - at the West T Hill Community Theatre. It was named for its founder, a theater devotee, historian, and scholar of fine arts.
96% 134 votes
344 Swope Drive, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
Miniature populated towns and villages await children and adults at The Great American Dollhouse Museum. At the Miniature store from the lobby, the visitor can buy whatever he needs for his own collection.
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125 S 2nd Street, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
Designated a National Historic Landmark, the former home and office of pioneer surgeon Ephraim McDowell is now the McDowell House and Museum, Inc. Apothecary and Gardens. Visitors will hear McDowell's amazing history and explore antiques and early medical equipment.
125 S. Second St, Danville, KY 40422 MoreLess Info
A National Historic Landmark, the McDowell House Museum was built between 1792 and 1820, in three stages. It is dedicated to Dr. Ephraim McDowell, the first man to perform an ovarian tumor removal.