Only whisky produced in Kentucky can obtain the “Bourbon” label.
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|Surface km2|| 102 269
|Population|| 4 339 367
|Population density (km2)|| 41,43
|The most populated city|| Louisville
Do not miss
The first thing visitors will see when approaching the factory and museum is the 36 meter-tall replica of Babe Ruth’s Louisville Slugger, which sits at the entrance. Inside, tourists have the opportunity to tour the factory where the Louisville slugger is made. Kentucky’s most famous event and one of horse racing’s most prestigious races is the Kentucky Derby, held at Churchill Dows outside of Louisville. The Kentucky Horse Park, north of Lexington, allows visitors to see a working horse farm. The Newport Aquarium offers a variety of ways to view aquatic life : in the Amazon Tunnel visitors can literally walk through the habitat of massive aquatic creatures. Shaker Village is an open-air village that contains 34 of Pleasant Hill’s original buildings, now used to show tourists the traditional lifestyle of the Shakers. Mammoth Cave National Park preserves one of the longest cave systems in the world, already known to the original native inhabitants of the region by the 1st millennium BC. To date more than 600 km of passageways have been surveyed .
Find inspiration for Kentucky
The American Way
De Dallas à Chicago, vous effectuerez une traversée sud-nord sur le thème du sport et de la musique.
The Southern Explorer
Prepare yourself for a swinging roadtrip through the Southern States of the USA! In Kentucky you will discover KFC in Corbin, the natural beauty of the Red River Gorge en Mammoth Caves and the cities Lexington & Louisville. Taste the great Kentucky Bourbon while on the road.