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2022035 Kentucky Bluegrass & Noah's Ark

2022035 Kentucky Bluegrass & Noah's Ark

Arrive in Louisville and transfer to your hotel for a two-night stay.

10/06/2022-10/11/2022  Thur-Wed  Trip#2022035


Kentucky Bluegrass & Noah's Ark




  •  Kentucky Derby Museum & Churchill Downs Racetrack

 •     Toyota Auto Plant

  •  Derby Dinner Playhouse 

  •  Muhammad Ali Museum 

  •  Maker’s Mark Bourbon Distillery

  •  Ark Encounter

  •  My Old Kentucky Home State Park

  •  Shaker Village

  •  Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory 

  •  Ashland-Henry Clay Estate



5 Nights First Class Hotels, 8 Meals: 5 Breakfasts & 3 Dinners, Tour Director,  Motorcoach Transportation, Sightseeing per Itinerary, Baggage Handling at Hotels.

Round trip Airfare from Philadelphia.


Make your final payment by check and receive a $200 per person savings on Air Inclusive Bookings.


***Pricing & Itinerary subject to change as are entrance requirements due to the changing circumstances***

Day 1

Arrive in louisville and transfer to your hotel for a two-night stay. Named after King Louis XVI of France, Louisville was founded in 1778 by George Rogers Clark, making it one of the oldest cities west of the Appalachians. Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State based on the fact that bluegrass is found in many of the lawns and pastures throughout the state.

Day 2

This morning enjoy a Louisville City tour. Start by visiting the Kentucky Derby Museum, celebrating the tradition & history of the world-renowned Kentucky Derby. Enjoy two floors of interactive exhibits, a guided historic walking tour at Churchill Downs Racetrack, and get your heart racing by watching the Museum’s signature movie, The Greatest Race. Later visit the Muhammad Ali Center, dedicated to the famed boxer’s life and philosophic principles. The Center’s museum captures the inspiration derived from the story of Muhammad Ali’s incredible life and the six core principles that fueled his journey. Later visit the Louisville Slugger Baseball Bat Factory & Museum. J. F. Hillerich opened his woodworking shop in Louisville in 1855. According to company legend, the first pro bat was created for Pete Browning in 1884, whose nickname was, The Louisville Slugger.Tonight’s Welcome Dinner is at the Derby Dinner Playhouse, opened in 1974 the dinner theatre experience features classic American cuisine and a production of a Broadway musical or lighthearted comedy.

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Day 3

Travel south to Bardstown and visit the famous "my Old Kentucky Home "State Park featuring a restored 1795 farm & Federal style mansion commisioned by John Rowan Sr. completed in 1818. It was here that Steven Foster wrote the state somg of the same name. Later, stop in Loretto for a bourbon tour & tasting at famed Marker's MArk Distillery. T. willaim "Bill" Samuals Sr., purchases the distillery for $35,000 in 1953. Production began in 1954, and the first run was bottled in 1958 under the brand's squarish bottles and dipped red wax seal. This afternoon visit Shaker village, a restored early 1800's Shaker religous community. Later arrive in Lexington for a 3-night stay and enjoy the evening at leisure. The second-largest city in Kentucky, Lexington is known as the "Horse Capital of the Worlds." and is the heart of the state's Bluegrass region.


Day 4

Today enjoy the scenic bluegrass of the Lexington's horse county through ro rollling hills, past the white fences and famous horse farms. Vist the Kentucky Horse Park, a working horse farm & the world's only park dedicated to man's relationship with the horse. Tour the Hall of Champions, theinternational Museum of the Horse and see the Parade of Breeds. Later visit Ashland the plantation home of statesman Henry Clay, Clay was called 'the Great Compromiser' becasue he played a mayor role in formulating the three landmark sectional compromises of his day: the Missouri Compromises of 1820, the Tariff Compromise of 1833 tonight at a popular local resturnat in the Lexington area.

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Day 5

This morning drive north to Williamstown to see the life-size replica of Noah's Ark, Ark Encounter. The Largest timber frame structure in the world which opened in 2016 and was built to the dimensions given in the Bible. Built in part by Amish craftsman, the structure measures 510 feet long, 85 feet wide and 51 feet high. A modern engineering marvel featuring 3 decks of exhibits. Later travel to Georgetown to visit the Toyota Auto Plant for an up-close look at what it takes to build a car. The plant is home of the Camry & Avalon, and is Toyota's first wholly-owned American vehicle plant and its largest in the world. Lexington loves its steak so tonight join your fellow travelers for a Farewell Dinner at one of Lexington's famous local Steakhouse.

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Day 6

Today transfer to Louisville for your flight home filled with wonderful memories of your travel experience to Kentucky


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Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

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