Bourbon County Tourism, A Taste of Horse Country
PARIS, Ky. (WTVQ)- Bourbon County is home to a wide variety of attractions. Covering 292 square miles, it rests in the heart of the Bluegrass region. Rolling hills and quiet streams are part of every corner of Bourbon County. From small batch bourbon to handmade soap, fine cuisine to taco stands, antiques to barber shops and everything in between, downtown Paris has something for everyone.
Located only 30 minutes from Lexington, Bourbon County boasts some of the most enticing, beautiful horse country found in the Bluegrass. Quaint horse farms are nestled into the countryside right next to large farms, each contributing to the rich history of the bluegrass region. Furthermore, Rand McNally rated Paris Pike, the main route from Lexington to Paris, in the Top 10 Roads to Travel.
Paris-Bourbon County Tourism aims to bring to light all of the wonderful attractions Bourbon County has to offer. Restaurants, local shops, lodging and recreational attractions in Paris and Bourbon County can all be found on their tourism website.
Upcoming events in downtown Paris include a festival September 13-15 with live music on Thursday, 6:30 – 9:30 p.m., an Art Walk with local artists on Friday at 5 p.m. and a Pumpkin Festival on Saturday.
Top Attractions of Bourbon County:
- Reed Valley Orchard
- Frames on Main
- Happy People Coffee Company
- Bourbon Barrel
- Timeless Designs
- Rooster Brewing
- horseback Riding, horse farm tours, kayaking, the beautiful horse country +
so much more!
To find out more about what Bourbon County has to offer, visit the Paris-Bourbon County Tourism website at http://www.pariskytourism.com/. To find the latest news in Central Kentucky follow us on Facebook and Twitter. For the latest from Good Day Kentucky click here and the latest Hometown Tour here.