- TripBuzz found 49 things to do with kids in or near Winchester, Kentucky, including 40 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Lexington, Richmond, Nicholasville and Paris.
- From Three Trees Kayak & Canoe to Bluegrass Heritage Museum, the Winchester area offers 47 different types of family activities, including: Movie Theaters, Parks, Theaters and History Museums.
- A bedroom community of Lexington, Winchester is home to a bluegrass museum, local museum and opera house. Its historic downtown has a mixture of residential homes, public parks and retail businesses including antique, gift and clothing shops. Winchester is also home to several breweries, art galleries, greenhouses and a farmer's market.
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With its own RV site, Three Trees Kayak & Canoe offers picnic tables and fire rings for its visitors. The Kentucky River runs through the property, which provides opportunities for kayaking and canoeing.
The Bluegrass Heritage Museum gives visitors an insight to Central Kentucky's rich history. The museum features various themed rooms and exhibits included quilting displays, a Civil War exhibit and agricultural displays.
Once Daniel Boone's residence, the Boonesborough State Park is an interesting and historical stop for travelers through the Winchester area. The park features historical buildings, sprawling farmland, reenactments and preserved documents.
Lykins Park is a beautiful historical park of Winchester. The park features over 40 acres of sprawling green grass with picnic areas, multiple baseball fields, basketball court, tennis courts, a skate park, concert stage and a playground.
A movie theater featuring nine screens, Winchester Cinema displays first-run feature films using digital projection and sound. The theater offers rocking chairs, online ticketing, a game room and a concession area with food and drinks.
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From fitness to aquatics centers, Winchester-Clark County Park & Recreation Office serves the community with facilities built for recreational activities. Among these facilities is College Park, which features basketball and tennis courts.
Established in 1937, the Daniel Boone National Forest covers 2.1 million acres and features one of the largest concentrations of caves in the world, as well as several reservoirs, canyons, falls, and the Sheltowee Trace Trail which has 315 miles.
Whitaker Bank Ballpark is a 6,994-seat venue that serves as the home of the Lexington Legends of the South Atlantic League. The location also features a variety of special areas for guests to enjoy, including the Pepsi Party Deck and the Budweiser Stables.