Kentucky – The Don’ts of Visiting Kentucky

Kentucky – The Don’ts of Visiting Kentucky

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3 Popular Attractions In Kentucky

  • Land Between the Lakes: 170,000 acre of national recreation area in western Kentucky along the Kentucky-Tennessee border.
  • Kentucky Facts:

    • The town of Murray is home to the Boy Scouts of America Scouting Museum located on the campus of Murray State University.
    • Thunder Over Louisville is the opening ceremony for the Kentucky Derby Festival and is the world’s largest fireworks display.
    • The public saw an electric light for the first time in Louisville. Thomas Edison introduced his incandescent light bulb to crowds at the Southern Exposition in 1883.
    • “It's pronounced like “”Louie,”” not “”Lewis.”””
    Louisville, Kentucky
    Louisville/Jefferson County
    Metro Government
    From top: Louisville downtown skyline at night, Cathedral of the Assumption, Thunder Over Louisville fireworks during the Kentucky Derby Festival, Kentucky Derby, Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, Fourth Street Live!, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts

    Nickname(s):

    Derby City, River City,[1](The) Gateway to the South,[2] Falls City, The ‘Ville[3]
    highlighted portion of Jefferson County represents the "balance" population of Louisville,[4] also seen is the location of Louisville in the state of Kentucky.[5]

    highlighted portion of Jefferson County represents the “balance” population of Louisville,[4] also seen is the location of Louisville in the state of Kentucky.[5]
    Louisville is located in Kentucky

    Louisville
    Louisville
    Location within Kentucky

    Louisville is located in the United States

    Louisville
    Louisville
    Location within the United States

    Louisville is located in North America

    Louisville
    Louisville
    Location within North America

    Coordinates:

    38°15′22″N 85°45′05″W / 38.25611°N 85.75139°W / 38.25611; -85.75139Coordinates: 38°15′22″N 85°45′05″W / 38.25611°N 85.75139°W / 38.25611; -85.75139

    Country United States
    State Kentucky
    County Jefferson
    Founded by George Rogers Clark
    Named for Louis XVI
    Government

    •Type Mayor–council
    Mayor Greg Fischer (D)
    Metro Council 26 council members
    Area

    Consolidated city-county 66.30sqmi (171.73km2)
    •Land 61.48sqmi (159.24km2)
    •Water 4.82sqmi (12.49km2)
    Elevation

    466ft (142m)
    Population

    Consolidated city-county 633,045
    •Rank 29th in the United States[a]
    1st in Kentucky
    •Density 4,003.72/sqmi (3,975.41/km2)
    Metro

    1,395,634(43rd)
    Demonym(s) Louisvillian[8]
    Time zone UTC-5 (EST)
    •Summer (DST) UTC-4 (EDT)
    ZIP code prefixes
    major: 402xx
    minor: 400xx, 401xx
    Area code 502
    FIPS code 21-48000
    FIPS code 21-48006
    GNIS feature ID 0509453[9]
    USDA hardiness zones 6b, 7a[10]
    Interstates I-64.svg I-65.svg I-71.svg I-264.svg I-265.svg
    Airports Louisville International Airport, Bowman Field
    Waterways Ohio River, Beargrass Creek, Floyds Fork, Harrods Creek
    Website LouisvilleKy.gov

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    The Commonwealth of Kentucky is anything but common, and there are quite a few things tourists need to know before they visit the Bluegrass State. And one is that the bluegrass is not blue, but the basketball fans are! Whether you are visiting Louisville, Lexington, Kentucky Lake, or going on the Bourbon Trail there are a lot of do's and some don'ts you need to know about when visiting Kentucky.
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    6 thoughts on “Kentucky – The Don’ts of Visiting Kentucky

    1. Kentuckian here! I recommend visiting my city of Bowling Green. We have some attractions such as the Corvette Museum and Aviation Park. We also have a really great diner called Doug’s Motor City Cafe. For the general Kentucky, do not mispronounce Louisville. Foreigners will pronounce it like loo-ee-ville or loo-iss-ville. Its not. Its loo-ih-ville or lul-ville

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