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The rolling green meadows of Kentucky have long been admired for their fabled horse farms. Set among the world-famous equine breeding farms of Kentucky is the Griffin Gate Golf Club, which was at one time, a stop on the Senior PGA tour.

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This premier public golf course, located in northwest Lexington, is a Scottish links-style course, characterized by open, rolling terrain, deep sand and grass bunkers and a few trees. Kearney Hill Golf Links has hosted events such as the Senior PGA Tour, Celebrity Players Tour, PGA Junior Series and a few other notable events!

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This 18 hole championship course is perfect for a golf outing, with rounds played in less than four hours. Located just 5 minutes from New Circle Road, this course is both convenient and challenging.

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The Shops at Lexington Center

Enjoy shopping in a relaxed, comfortable, inviting setting. The Shops at Lexington Center offers three levels of enclosed unique, locally-owned and operated boutiques, fine gift and specialty shops with a street-level food court featuring several casual dining choices. It's the perfect antidote to mega mall madness.

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The Legacy Trail is a 12-mile walking, biking, interpretive trail and public art venue. The trail begins in the East End of downtown Lexington, KY at the Isaac Murphy Memorial Art Garden and goes to the Kentucky Horse Park. Over 8.5 miles of the trail are off-street and fully paved to accommodate every type of non-motorized user.

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One of the oldest children's museums in the United States, there are few high-tech bells and whistles at the Explorium. Instead, kids find a world of touch-and-feel, build-and-destroy, imagine-and-dream kind of play areas, from a fantastic, horse-inspired play space to a room dedicated to blowing and making bubbles and art rooms filled with recycled items to create repurposed objects.

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Fun for the whole family! Evans Orchard is more than the average orchard, they offer a wall maze, hay castle, corn maze, tire climb, corn bin play boxes, pick your own apples and pumpkins and a farm market & gift store.

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