Foggy horse farm

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Historic Lexington, Kentucky

Nestled in the heart of horse country, The Campbell House offers guests convenient access to the best that Lexington has to offer. Explore some of Lexington’s famous attractions or discover local favorites of your own.

One of the premier performing arts centers in the region, the Lexington Opera House offers something for everyone: ballet, opera, children’s productions, family shows, comedy, music, and professional national BROADWAY tours.

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Home to the third largest Shaker community in the United States between 1805 and 1910, the vibrant site offers experiences designed to ignite curiosity, expand imaginations and inspire generations.

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With 130,000 sq ft and its prime location, Central Bank Center is a hospitable destination to presenters and guests alike.

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A family-run horse farm started in 1924 by the Wrights and later carried on by Henryk de Kwiatkowski’s estate, Calumet is an integral part of Lexington’s equestrian history.

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In partnership with The Red Mile and Tattersalls, Lexington Selected hosts the area’s most esteemed Yearling and Mixed horse sales.

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Home to the UK Wildcats, Kroger Field underwent a $126 million renovation in 2015 and continues to provide fans with the ultimate game-day atmosphere.

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An iconic destination for harness racing and gaming, the Red Mile and Keeneland continue to work together to preserve the equestrian heritage of the Bluegrass region.

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Recently celebrating its 150th anniversary, The University of Kentucky is as much known for its dynamic sports programs as it is for its diverse academics.

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Founded by Horsemen more than 80 years ago, Keeneland is the world’s largest Thoroughbred auction house and hosts two celebrated racing events each year.

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One of the premier performing arts centers in the region, the Lexington Opera House offers something for everyone: ballet, opera, children’s productions, family shows, comedy, music, and professional national BROADWAY tours.
Home to the third largest Shaker community in the United States between 1805 and 1910, the vibrant site offers experiences designed to ignite curiosity, expand imaginations and inspire generations.
With 130,000 sq ft and its prime location, Central Bank Center is a hospitable destination to presenters and guests alike.
A family-run horse farm started in 1924 by the Wrights and later carried on by Henryk de Kwiatkowski’s estate, Calumet is an integral part of Lexington’s equestrian history.
In partnership with The Red Mile and Tattersalls, Lexington Selected hosts the area’s most esteemed Yearling and Mixed horse sales.
Home to the UK Wildcats, Kroger Field underwent a $126 million renovation in 2015 and continues to provide fans with the ultimate game-day atmosphere.
An iconic destination for harness racing and gaming, the Red Mile and Keeneland continue to work together to preserve the equestrian heritage of the Bluegrass region.
Recently celebrating its 150th anniversary, The University of Kentucky is as much known for its dynamic sports programs as it is for its diverse academics.
Founded by Horsemen more than 80 years ago, Keeneland is the world’s largest Thoroughbred auction house and hosts two celebrated racing events each year.

The Campbell House

1375 S Broadway, Lexington, KY 40504

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