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**Burl Arcade: A blast from your 80’s past

*Lexington Legends: Minor league baseball fun for the whole family
PRO TIP: Season runs April-August, and most weekend games end with fireworks!

**Battle Axes: A thrilling lumberjack experience

Kentucky Theatre: An old school movie-going experience in an ornate retired theater

LexLive (coming soon)

Breakout Games: A race-against-the-clock challenge

*Comedy Off Broadway: See some of the biggest and funniest names in comedy

*Keeneland: The quintessential Thoroughbred racing experience
PRO TIP: Meets only take place for 3 weeks each April and October, but it’s a beautiful drive, and there’s a Kentucky Castle just a stone’s throw away!

Outdoor Live Music

Thursday Night Live
April – October

Lakeside Live
Fridays & Saturdays from May – September

*Big Band & Jazz
Tuesdays in May/June at Moondance Amphitheater and July/August at Ecton Park

Parks & Preserves

*Lexington Farmer’s Market
Downtown in the Fifth Third Bank Pavilion; 7am-2pm April-October and 8am-1pm November-March

Chevy Chase Shops

The Square

*Kentucky for Kentucky

Woodland Triangle

Lexington Green
PRO TIP: Don’t miss Joseph Beth Booksellers*, one of Lexington’s last remaining independent bookstores.


Justin’s House of Bourbon: Like Disney World for the bourbon aficionado/enthusiast


*Morgan's Picks
If you have the chance, don’t miss these places and experiences!

**Do it all in the Distillery District!
There’s so much more to do in this thriving area than what I highlighted! Park near the water tower or on the mural side of the 5-story warehouse (you can’t miss it) and walk easily from place-to-place, OR Uber/Lyft. Just remember, it’s not pedestrian-friendly.