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Frankfort Destinations

Call or go online to check for times, hours, admission, and special exhibits.

 

Kentucky Historical Society

100 W. Broadway St.

(502) 564-1792

history.ky.gov/visit

The Thomas D. Clark Center for Kentucky History, Old State Capitol, and Kentucky Military History Museum are within close walking proximity of one another, but visitors may wish to drive and park at the Kentucky Military History Museum, 125 East Main Street.

Kentucky State Capitol

700 Capital Avenue

(502) 564-3449

capitol.ky.gov

 

Kentucky Governor’s Mansion

704 Capital Avenue

(502) 564-3449

governorsmansion.ky.gov

 

Salato Wildlife Education Center

1 Sportsman’s Lane

(502) 564-7863

fw.ky.gov, search “Salato”

Capitol Education Center

706 Capital Avenue Loop

(502) 564-2611

finance.ky.gov; click Initiatives, scroll to Capitol Education Center.

 

Daniel Boone’s Grave

Frankfort Cemetery

215 E. Main Street

(502) 227-2403

kentuckytourism.com; search “Boone Grave”

 

Capital City Museum

325 Ann Street

(502) 696-0607

capitalcitymuseum.com

 

Kentucky State Police Museum

633 Chamberlin Avenue

(502) 875-1625

ksppa.com

 

Liberty Hall Historic Site

202 Wilkinson Street

(502) 227-2560

libertyhall.org

 

Kentucky Floral Clock

700 Capital Avenue

(502) 564-3449

 

Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial

365 Vernon Cooper Lane

kyvietnammemorial.net

 

Take the Trolley

Trolley runs April–October among major points of interest in downtown Frankfort. Free Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

(502) 875-8565

transit.frankfort.ky.gov; click Trolley

 

Visit Frankfort

100 Capital Avenue

(502) 875-8687

visitfrankfort.com

Self-guided walking tour map available at the Tourist & Convention Commission located in historic Gooch House.

 

Historic Railroad Tour

Chuck Bogart’s tour covers Frankfort’s railroad history and can include a short, one-block walk. Free. Reservations required.

L&N Train Depot

(502) 227-2436

 

Rebecca Ruth Candy Tour

Where world-famous bourbon chocolates were born. Museum and factory tour.

116 East 2nd St.

(502) 223-7475

Rebecca Ruth

 

River Boat Tour

Informative tour on the Kentucky River aboard the Nancy Wilkinson. Age 10 and older, groups of up to eight. Free. Reservations required.

River View Park

(502) 229-1887

River Boat Tour

libertyhall.org
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