Go Hot Air Ballooning in Kentucky

February 17, 2018 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Hot Air Ballooning over KentuckySpring is very nearly here, and we can hardly contain our excitement!  There’s something simply magical about Mother Nature’s reemergence during spring that has us chomping at the bit for a little bit of adventure.  In Kentucky, you’ll find adventure around every twist and turn in the road.  From Bluegrass countryside to the Appalachian Mountains, with vast national forests and rugged state parks lying in between, there’s no shortage of trails and spaces to explore, fun attractions to visit, and of course wonderful people to meet along the way. Why not take your adventure to new heights, and go on a hot air ballooning adventure in the skies over Kentucky?  We can think of no better way to kick off a great spring adventure!  Book your room at any one of our incredible Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts today, and discover an unbridled sense of adventure in the great state of Kentucky this spring.

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Discover the Birthplace of Bourbon

August 22, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Kentucky Bourbon CountryBourbon Country is arguably one of the most popular tourist attractions in the state.  Here, you’ll find popular towns like Bardstown, Frankfort, Lebanon, Lexington, Owensboro, and Louisville, among others.  Bourbon, heralded as the original American spirit, was created right here in Kentucky. Whether you’d like to tour one of the many local distilleries, sample some of Kentucky’s finest spirits, or dive deep into the history of this spirited drink, a tour through Bourbon Country should be at the top of your itinerary when you visit Kentucky.  Find any one of our spectacular Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and book your trip today!

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Go Underground at Mammoth Cave National Park

June 28, 2016 by B&B Association of Kentucky

Mammoth Cave National Park, KentuckyThe warm, relaxing months of summer are finally here, and Kentucky is ready to show you a good time.  Each year, visitors to Kentucky come in search of one thing; adventure.  This year, it’s your turn to experience the unique, unbridled spirit of Kentucky that has captivated so many.  Head underground into Mammoth Cave National Park, one of Kentucky’s most famous cave systems.  This place, dubbed a “grand, gloomy, and peculiar” place by Stephen Bishop, will certainly not disappoint.  Book a room at any of our incredible Kentucky Bed and Breakfasts, and get ready to experience a Kentucky like you’ve never known before.

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Get Revved up at Kentucky’s National Corvette Museum!

September 25, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Kentucky's National Corvette MuseumIf you’re a fan of the Corvette, or just sports cars in general, you owe it to yourself to visit the National Corvette Museum in Bowling Green, Kentucky!

One of the most iconic and popular American sports cars, the Chevrolet Corvette has been capturing imaginations and burning up the road since the mid 1950’s. Kentucky’s official sports car, the Corvette – or Vette – was named after a small, maneuverable style of warship. Originally built in Michigan and Missouri, Corvettes have called Bowling Green, Kentucky home since 1981 – so finding the National Corvette Museum here should come as no surprise.

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Bowling Green, Kentucky’s Lost River Cave

March 28, 2015 by Corey A. Edwards

Lost River CaveBowling Green, Kentucky’s Lost River Cave is a fascinating tourist attraction – but it has also been a nightclub, a Civil War camp, saw mill, and even a refuse dump!

The limestone walls and flowing river of Lost River Cave wind beneath Bowling Green, Kentucky for approximately 7 miles, allowing for tours and even boat rides and kayaking on its subterranean waters – but the cavern had a long and varied history before becoming a tourist destination.

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Edgar Cayce’s Hometown – Hopkinsville, KY

November 30, 2013 by Corey A. Edwards

Edgar Cayce was born and spent his formative years in Hopkinsville, KY

Edgar Cayce was born and spent his formative years in Hopkinsville, KY

Edgar Cayce (1877-1945) the “sleeping prophet” and “father of holistic medicine” may be the one of the best known psychics of the 20th century – and sons of Kentucky.

Managing to bridge the gap between eastern mysticism and western Christianity, Cayce gave psychic readings for more than 40 years but credited his powers to a strong Christian faith and dedicating his life to spirituality.

Cayce was born on a farm in Hopkinsville, Kentucky, and it was here, as a child, that he first began to become aware of his psychic abilities. Claiming to not only see spirits but also to converse with them, he displayed the uncanny ability to memorize books by simply sleeping on them. What I wouldn’t have done for that ability during my school years …

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