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Kentucky Interstate #65 Highway Guide

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Interstate 65 in Louisville, KY
I-65 in downtown Louisville, Ky. Attractions in Louisville, Ky; Museums/Educational Tours: American Printing House for the Blind & Callahan Museum, Buffalo Crossing, Conrad/Caldwell House Museum, The Forest Discovery Center, Frazier Historical Arms Museum, Gheens Science Hall & Rauch Planetarium, Historic Locust Grove, Inc. Howard Steamboat Museum & Mansion, Jeffersontown Historical Museum, Kentucky Center for African American Heritage, Kentucky Derby Museum, Kentucky Historical Society, Little Loom House, Louisville Science Center, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Louisville Stoneware Company, Inc., Muhammad Ali Center, The National Corvette Museum, Saint Martin of Tours Catholic Church, Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill, The Speed Art Museum.
City of Louisville, Kentucky
Outdoor Attractions in and around Louisville: Atlantis Water Park, Bardstown Road Farmers Market, Belle of Louisville & Spirit of Jefferson Waterfront, Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest, Cathedral Gardens, Cave Country Adventures, Classic Biplane Tours, E.P. 'Tom' Sawyer State Park, Equus Run Vineyards & Winery, Falls of the Ohio State Park, Hidden Hill Nursery & Sculpture Garden, Huber Orchard & Winery, Jefferson Memorial Forest, Kentucky Horse Park, Kentucky Railway Museum, Lincoln Hills - Patoka Lake Recreation Region, Louisville Glided Tours, Louisville Zoo, My Old Kentucky Dinner Train, Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom, Squire Boone Caverns.
Kentucky State Fairgrounds/Kentucky Kingdom
Louisville is the home of the annual Kentucky State Fair full of food, rides, animal displays and entertainment. Located right next to the fairgrounds, Six Flags Kentucky Kingdom joins with the fair during August. There is both an amusement park with rides and a waterpark.
Louisville, Kentucky International Airport
Airport serving a large portion of Kentucky and Indiana.
Bernheim Forest
Bernheim Arboretum and Research Forest has a 240 acre arboretum-a wide collection of over 1900 varieties of trees shrubs and other plants. There is a visitor center, hiking trails, programs and special events designed to teach visitors about their natural surroundings.
Access to City of Bardstown, Kentucky
East of the highway, Bardstown, boasted as the bourbon capital of the world. Bardstown is home to the Bardstown Civil War Museum, several bourbon distilleries and Bluegrass Motor Speedway. East access to My Old Kentucky Home State Park. During summer months, the outdoor drama 'Stephen Foster's The Musical' is performed under the stars in the park's amphitheater. Camping: 39-site campground with utility hookups, showers and rest rooms, and a dump station. A grocery store and a laundry are nearby across the street from the park.
P Patton Museum-Ft. Knox, Kentucky
The Patton Museum of Calvary and Armor features armored equipment, weapons and memorabilia.
Abe Lincoln Birthplace
Located near Hodgenville, Kentucky, this National Historic Site boasts a memorial building where Lincoln was born. Thomas and Nancy Lincoln set up residence in the fall of 1808 on Sinking Spring Farm, a 248-acre property. After two months, Abraham Lincoln was born in a one-room log cabin on February 12, 1809, near the Sinking Spring.
Nolin Lake
Although it's not right off the highway, Nolin Lake has a lot of park for the drive for boaters, fishermen and campers.
Kentucky Down Under and Kentucky Caverns
Visitors can explore the outback of Australia right in downtown Kentucky. This is a lot of hands-on fun for the family that includes a parrot petting zoo, a walk among kangaroos and other Australian animals and even a stroll in a cavern! This a must-see while traveling through Kentucky!
American Cave Museum
Many museum exhibits about everything you want to know about caves.
Cave City and Barren River Lake
Attractions, lodging, dining and shopping at one of Kentucky's great places to visit-Mammoth Cave.
Mammoth Cave
It's not just any National Park, it's Mammoth Cave and one of the funnest attractions to visit rain or shine. Take a cave tour and discover what life is like underneath your feet. Mammoth Cave National Park was established to preserve the cave system, including Mammoth Cave, the scenic river valleys of the Green and Nolin rivers, and a section of south central Kentucky. This is the longest recorded cave system in the world with more than 360 miles explored and mapped. Camping: Headquarters Campground has 109 sites, hot showers, coin-operated laundry, and a campstore.
National Corvette Museum
Exhibits and display about corvettes.
Kentucky Downs
Only about a mile from the highway, Kentucky Downs is home to horse racing
Welcome Center-Tennessee State Line
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