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The Centre Family Dwelling at Shaker Village to reopen for public tours after being restored.
Saturday's rain caused flash-flooding problems in some areas of the state, including Versailles, where waters left a mess behind at a stop on the state's bourbon trail.
Two Kentucky equine attractions are teaming up to offer spring tours for people wanting to learn more about famous thoroughbreds.
Mary Todd Lincoln House 40th Anniversary
For the next year and a half, the public won't be able to tour the Kentucky plant that manufactures the Corvette.
Eagle viewing tours and cruises are being offered over the next couple of months at Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area.
On Tuesday, West Sixth Brewing unveiled a new direction. The brewery plans to grow beer ingredients, as well as brew beers and ciders, on the new West Sixth Farm.
The bar's open at a Jim Beam distillery, and some visitors shared a toast with the great-grandson of the brand's namesake.
Visitors to two state parks in eastern Kentucky can participate in elk viewing tours beginning this month and continuing into March.
The Kentucky Department of Parks is offering guided walking tours of the Perryville Battlefield State Historic Site as the park prepares for its annual Civil War re-enactment.
Bourbon tourism is on a record-setting pace in Kentucky as more people visit the state's distilleries.
Barren River Lake State Resort Park is offering its Nature Watch Weekends to view sandhill cranes as they migrate home to the north in January and February.