Dinosaur World offers many exciting ways you can learn about dinosaurs and other ancient creatures such as the Mammoth. The Mammoth Gardens have full size mammoths which are great to take pictures as you learn about them while at the garden. The Movie Cave gives an educational approach in a darkened area for you to see a film about dinosaurs. When you want to slide down a dinosaur, you can go to the playground where the equipment has dinosaurs attached to the slide and other fun playthings.
The skeleton garden has life size dinosaurs skeletons that look like the actual bones of these ex. . .
Look! Touch! Feel! Throw yourself into Kentucky 's legendary Bluegrass Region!
Sure, the scenery is spectacular and there are horses simply everywhere, but this is not a “look but don't touch” destination: the Bluegrass is filled with experiences for every member of your family!
•Jump into the saddle and take the reins for an invigorating gallop–or a sedate trail ride–at one of the area's many public stables!
•Thrill to 5,000 Civil War re-enactors in uniforms of blue and gray as they muster, march, and exchange musket-fire.
•Rock back on your heels as cannons boom and gun smoke fills t. . .
Newport Aquarium showcases thousands of animals from around the world in million gallons of water. You'll be amazed at all there is too see and do, including fun and interactive activities, like touching a shark or meeting penguins.
Newport Aquarium is open to the public 365 days a year and is located only two minutes from downtown Cincinnati at Newport on the Levee.. . .
Welcome to the Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, which serves as the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Covington, Kentucky, and as the parish of St. Mary's.
Come experience the gothic architecture of this epic cathedral! 26 gargoyles carved specially in Italy sit atop this church. The basilica is also home to the first and third largest rose windows in the world. At the Cathedral's architectural center point stands the High Altar. Its Verde marble surface suggests ancient sacrificial stones.. . .
You may know us for our adrenaline-pumping thrill rides. Crazy rides like our stand-up coaster, or our suspended looping coaster. But the fact is, we have just about every kind of ride for every kind of rider. So whether you want to defy gravity, get soaked or just go for a spin, you'll find what you're looking for right here. Here's how to zero in on rides that are just your speed.
In addition to the most thrilling rides on the planet, you'll find a wide variety of top-shelf entertainment right here at the park. The kind of entertainment you'll be talking about for years to come.. . .
Discover America's largest restored Shaker community, where a remarkable society once flourished and where today, you can experience a true national treasure.
This 3,000 acre National Historic Landmark charms guests with distinct Shaker style and the beauty of Lexington's Bluegrass Region. A stay at the Inn offers peaceful accommodations, gracious dining, exceptional shopping, historical activities and invigorating recreation.. . .
At Cumberland Gap, the first great gateway to the west, follow the buffalo, the Native American, the longhunter, the pioneer... all traveled this route through the mountains into the wilderness of Kentucky. Modern day explorers and travelers stand in awe at this great gateway and the many miles of trails and scenic features found in the park.
Scenic vistas, cascading waterfalls, and lush forests excite the senses and provide the opportunity to experience the Southern Appalachians up close. The forests and streams of the mountains provide habitat for numerous species of plants and animals.
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Mammoth Cave National Park preserves the cave system and a part of the Green River valley and hilly country of south central Kentucky. This is the world's longest known cave system, with more than 367 miles explored. Early guide Stephen Bishop called the cave a "grand, gloomy and peculiar place," but its vast chambers and complex labyrinths have earned its name—Mammoth.. . .
The Kentucky Derby Museum, in addition to being the guardian of the Kentucky Derby, offers so much more to our community. Through our Education Department, we offer a free kids program to all public and parochial schools within the states of Indiana and Kentucky. Our Outreach Program travels to communities within our state to educate Kentucky youth about the economics, history and significance of the Kentucky Derby.. . .
The Rockcastle River got its name from the majestic cliffs that tower above the river. The Upper Rockcastle is normally suitable for the less experienced paddler. The Lower Rockcastle should be attempted only by experienced, well-equipped paddlers. The hazardous "Narrows" is a precipitous gorge bounded by 100-foot cliffs. The Rockcastle River flows through portions of Jackson, Rockcastle, Laurel, and Pulaski Counties. The 15.9-mile segment from the KY 1956 (old Highway 80) bridge to the backwaters of Lake Cumberland has been designated a Kentucky Wild River.. . .
Since 1953 the Corvette has been America's Sports Car. The National Corvette Museum was established as a 501(c)3 not-for-profit foundation with a mission of celebrating the invention of the Corvette and preserving its past, present and future.
Corvette enthusiasts from all over the world kindly and lovingly refer to the NCM as their home ... Their Mecca.
We welcome you to our Corvette world on the Internet. Our website will give you some feeling of visiting the Museum, but just as exhibits and displays change within the Museum, you will continuously see enhancements to our website. We wil. . .
Whether you have been playing golf for years or have just picked up a club for the first time, you can learn from any of our professional instructors at The Polo Fields. In addition, our golf staff are experts in organizing golf tournaments, coordinating group play, and hosting fun and informative clinics. The Polo Fields provides innovative instruction and accessible, flexible programming for players at every age and ability.
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In Norse mythology, Valhalla was the Great Hall of Odin, where the bravest warriors who had died in battle lived forever. Every morning they went out to battle; every evening they returned; their wounds were tended; they drank and feasted and listened to tales of great valor.. . .
Nestled in the gently rolling hills of western Shelby County, Kentucky, Persimmon Ridge lures the golfer into a false sense of security. The course is all you want to tackle from the back tees, measuring 7,113 yards, or extremely accommodating from any one of four additional sets of tees. The holes are not extremely long by today's standards, but several are guarded by well placed pot and sand bunkers, water hazards or natural areas. Premiums are placed on accuracy and approach shots to the greens. But getting to the green is only half the game. Natural undulations and harrowing angles provide. . .
Quail Chase Golf Club is Louisville's only 27-hole championship regulation golf course. Built in a nature setting with many tree lined fairways, water hazards, bentgrass greens, a full service Pro Shop. PGA and LPGA staff members. . . .
Luxurious amenities & breathtaking facilities are just the beginning of what makes Hurstbourne Country Club one of the most desirable clubs in Louisville. The newly redesigned 18-hole Championship Course caters to golfers of every skill level & the additional 9-hole Executive Course is the perfect venue for HCC's thriving Junior Golf Program. Members also enjoy the Junior-Olympic sized pool with new poolside grill, a vibrant Junior Swimming & Diving program, eight clay tennis courts, & a variety of Ladies & Men's Club Organizations. . . .
We are a full service private club available to members and their guests for golf, tennis, swimming, dining and social activities. Our facilities include a challenging 72-par Arnold Palmer designed golf course. The course provides 7,151 yards of rolling bent grass fairways, large greens, multiple tee boxes and 14 lakes and creeks in play. Additional amenities include a beautiful clubhouse with panoramic views from the dining room, Har-tru clay tennis courts, swimming pool and an excellent driving range and practice facility.. . .