24 Hours in ... Paducah

Our writer visits Paducah and gives you the scoop on what to do, where to eat, what to see and where to stay.

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In Kentucky Monthly’s second installment of “24 Hours in …” our writer visits Somerset and gives you the scoop on what to do, where to eat, what to see and where to stay. more »


In this installment of “24 Hours in …” our writer visits Berea and gives you the scoop on what to do, where to eat, what to see and where to stay. more »

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Glorious throughout the year, Kentucky’s Red River Gorge is especially resplendent in the spring more »


Blue Wing Landing offers a tranquil haven, along with outdoor activities, in a pastoral setting more »

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Celebrate Christmas with a locally grown tree this year. more »


The lake region of western Kentucky provides a haven for the majestic American Bald Eagle. more »


6 hikes—from scenic stroll to arduous trek—provide a taste of the magnificence and history of Red River Gorge. more »


Past, present and future blend seamlessly at The Trustees’ Table restaurant at Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill more »


Aces and duffers alike can enjoy hitting the Kentucky links. more »


Once hubs of commerce and community, not all of Kentucky’s mills have been lost to antiquity. more »

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Judge Joseph Holt, postmaster general and secretary of war under President Buchanan, was appointed by President Lincoln as the nation's first judge advocate general. His Breckinridge County home is undergoing a complete restoration. more »


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Experience treetop (and subterranean) thrills along Kentucky’s Zipline Trail more »

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For all its historical charm and hospitality, Maple Hill Manor in Washington County isn't your typical B&B. On land where tobacco once grew now reside rare and exotic Suri alpacas and llamas. more »


Southern Grace Bed and Breakfast's owners have carved out a bucolic niche in the rolling hills of west-central Kentucky that offers guests a peaceful retreat and an opportunity to experience a bit of farm living. more »


Awaken to the caw of “cock-a-doodle-do” and spend a day (or more) down on the farm. While each Kentucky bed and breakfast offers a unique brand of hospitality, several provide guests the opportunity to experience the pleasures of rural life. more »

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La Coop

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Restaurants invigorate commerce and culture in the city's NuLu District more »


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Sarah Dills

Multigenerational, small town grocery store builds reputation one product at a time more »



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Against the backdrop of the historic Twin Spires, more than 500 people live, work and create a community more »


Ready to rev your way across the hundreds of miles of Kentucky ATV trails? Here are a few places where you can begin your escapist adventures. more »



Bourbon isn't the only libation worthy of its own tourism trail and celebratory events. The craft beer movement is burgeoning in Kentucky. more »


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