From its sprawling bluegrass and gently sloping hills to the vast fields and meandering trails filled with newly budding wildflowers,Kentucky is a natural wonderland in the springtime. Add in the state's famous bourbon, horses, music and crafts, and you have a one-of-akind destination, perfect for groups itching to get out and shake off the doldrums of winter.
The Bluegrass State welcomes several new cultural and arts centers this season, which are ideal settings for group tours. And, as always, the state is filled with arts and crafts events, sunny street festivals and wildflower excursions this time of year, so there is something for everyone!...read more »
The Mammoth Cave is among the oldest tourist attractions in North America. Tours started as early as 1816.
In 1941, Mammoth Caves gained the status of national park. It went on to become a World Heritage Site in 1981 and an international Biosphere Reserve nine years later.
The caves cover a surface of 52,830 acres and the Mammoth Caves park encompasses large parts of Edmonson County, Kentucky and a smaller area of Hart County and Barren Counties...read more »