Paris is a home rule-class city in Bourbon County, Kentucky, in the United States. It lies 18 miles (29 km) northeast of Lexington on the Stoner Fork of the Licking River. It is the seat of its county and forms part of the Lexington–Fayette Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 8,553.
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5 based on 164 reviews
The Farm is a little out of the way but well worth the visit and the tour. If you have any interest in horses you will enjoy this tour. We met with War Front, a stallion that earns $25,000.00 each time he successfully fathers a...More$250,000 that is! Thank you for coming to visit us and for taking the time to write a review. Rodeo is a great guide, and we're happy to hear you learned a lot from him.
4.5 based on 34 reviews
This historic building was built in 1791 as a Presbyterian Church.
Those interested in Restoration History must visit here. The curator gave us a tour while closed for the winter. A donation is appreciated.
The old church has been well preserved and may be visited by groups or reserved for meetings. It is not heated and our visit was abbreviated due to the 25 degree morning.
Well worth a guided tour of the sheltered building and Barton Stone's grave site.
4.5 based on 23 reviews
Hartfield & Co. is the first distillery in Bourbon County, KY since 1919 making our bourbon some of the first to come from the namesake county in almost a century. We take a different approach in the production of our spirits, altering the fundamentals of the process. Starting with the mashbill, all the way through the aging process. All that we do is engineered to keep flavor in our spirits resulting in a dramatically different end flavor profile. Join us for a tour anytime through the week. Stop by and we will show you around for a little while with a tasting at the end. Our County tours happen Saturday evenings and are our only scheduled tours through the week. These are reservation only and do fill up quickly!
Eclectic setting in an old multi -story car dealership. Spacious bar area with connection to working distillery area. Other areas to come I'm told ; cigar bar etc. First bourbon produced in Bourbon County Ky. In 100 years. AND they are killing it with specialty cocktails!
4.5 based on 14 reviews
Plenty of Craft brews and even had a few sour beers to choose from. Not gonna find a Bud or Miller Lite in this place. There was a unique duo singing Irish songs when I was there. Cool place. Will return.
5 based on 4 reviews
Clover Hill Farm is a world class working horse farm. Come experience Bluegrass Region in action. Take a trail ride around our farm guided by an experienced professional. Have a picnic, pet some foals, weanlings and a herd of all kinds of furry friends. Take in the beauty of KY Country Side.
I loved my time riding out in the heart of the bluegrass state. The scenery was wonderful, the staff was incredible out there and for the price you can't beat it! They're accommodating for riders of all experiences and ages too!We really appreciate your review ! We were really happy to have you ?
4.5 based on 5 reviews
Need I say more ! We wandered into this shop and met the owner who was moving displays .
My wife saw some lovely gift ideas her others and, of course, herself .
We had a few laughs and got some deals on our multiple purchases!
4.5 based on 5 reviews
They specialize in horse racing memorabilia and books, so if that's your liking, they might be the place for you. If you are more of a general collector you'll find nothing special here.
I make a point of visiting antique stores on my road trips, I visited this one because of the Tripadvisor listing. Trip advisor in not constant with listing antique stores as attractions, some are listed, some are not. I've seen many large antique stores not listed, but small shops like this one with a listing.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
A museum of this caliber is unusual for a small town such as Paris. There are permanent displays of area history, farming, industry, horses, the people. Short-term exhibits change often. I have been privileged during the fall and spring to see exhibits from local artists and the equine industry. Well worth a visit.
4 based on 4 reviews
We spent a beautiful autumn day in Kentucky tracing Daniel Boone's footsteps from Cumberland Gap to Boonesborough before heading toward Paris and horse country. After checking out Claiborne Farms, once home to Secretariat and the birthplace of Sea Biscuit, we couldn't resist stopping by the Duncan Tavern in downtown Paris.
This beautifully restored stone tavern was built in 1788 and in its day was a gathering place for many Kentucky pioneers including Daniel Boone! Unfortunately, the museum was closed for a special event but still it was fun to see this historic building which can claim, "Daniel Boone was Here"! Look for the Kentucky DAR website for more information about the tavern.
5 based on 2 reviews
We offer kayak and canoe rentals on scenic Stoner Creek in Paris Kentucky, just 30 minutes from Lexington. View the wildlife and beauty of Central Kentucky horse farms and forests. The water is calm and deep, suitable for just about everyone. Paddle in and out at our location.
We put our kayaks in the river at Boonesborough State Park. Not the most convenient boat launch, but adequate. A nice paddle down to Proud Mary's Honky Tonk BBQ. We took our time, about a 2 hr trip. Slow current, you could go both ways on the river if you like. Take out at Proud Mary's is a little muddy, but negotiable. Good trip for beginning paddlers.
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