Kentucky, state of the United States of America. As of 2020 state had an estimated population of 4,477,251 inhabitants. The state was created 231 years ago in 1792. Its capital city is Frankfort.
There are 0 city/town in Kentucky, .
From thoroughbred racing to bourbon distilleries, Kentucky’s unique culture and natural beauty make it a distinctive vacation destination. Home to over 4 million residents, top destinations within Kentucky’s 40,000 square miles include:
Louisville – Kentucky’s largest city, Louisville delights visitors with urban attractions like the Muhammad Ali Center, Louisville Slugger Museum, vibrant restaurant scene, and the iconic Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs.
Lexington – Nicknamed the “Horse Capital of the World,” Lexington revolves around thoroughbreds with horse farms, the Kentucky Horse Park, and the Keeneland racecourse. Its bourbon distillery scene is also booming.
Bardstown – Dubbed the “Bourbon Capital of the World,” Bardstown provides a charming small town base for visiting its famous whiskey distilleries and the Oscar Getz Museum of Whiskey.
Northern Kentucky – Just south of Cincinnati, Northern Kentucky tempts with family-friendly attractions like the Creation Museum and Ark Encounter along with picturesque Ohio River towns.
Bowling Green – In south central Kentucky, Bowling Green impresses visitors with Mammoth Cave National Park, Corvette Museum, Lost River Cave, and charming downtown filled with boutiques, restaurants and bars.
Blending small town hospitality with urban attractions, Kentucky offers distinctive vacation opportunities focused on bourbon, horses, caves, and southern culture.
List of cities, towns, neighborhoods & other populated places in Kentucky.