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3 Family Kentucky Tourism Ideas
3 Family Kentucky Tourism Ideas by arizona.vacatinix
Have your friends chosen
wherethey want to go on your summer vacation? You are not alone, most families
have not yet decided where they want to go. It can be a quite time consuming
activity to find that perfect vacation getaway, so explore the options
for your Kentucky Tourism. You will discover various options and it certainly
will not be an easy choice!
in a Tobacco Field, Kentucky, USA Photographic Print
However, if you are thoughtful
and appreciate the time to do some planning, it should make your summer
vacation fun and one of those "family stories" that you will treasure forever.
The most simple mistake people make is first selecting a "destination."
The perfect vacations begin when you first choose "what you want to do"!
Do you want to go camping, tanning on a beach, playing and relaxing at
a pool, or touring informational or historical attractions? By deciding
"what you want to do" first, you are off to the best start of choosing
that perfect family vacation destination!
Since you know "what you
want to do" - you can sort through the various tourism destination areas
and discover those perfect attractions that you hope to go see or do. By
spending a short time planning, you can also find those destinations that
have a number of attractions that are of interest to both you and your
entire family. Online travel guides are invaluable that can help you choose
detailed information about activities that are more comprehensive than
a short attraction name and address. Once you know "what" you want to do
and "where" you want to go, a real high quality online Kentucky travel
guide will provide you a comprehensive article detailing each attraction
to help you make an educated decision about what you want to do and where
you want to go.
Here are three Kentucky vacation
possibilities that you might want to consider:
Idea #1: On your next
visit to Louisville, Kentucky, spend a day at the Speed Art Museum. This
is a huge art museum with an expansive collection of more than 12,000 pieces
of artwork. The Speed Art Museum displays items from its own collection
as well as hosting temporary exhibits featuring art from other museums
around the world.
Idea #2: The Rich
Family History of Mefford's Fort in Maysville, Kentucky. Mefford's Fort
is so named after the family that built and inhabited the flatboat log
cabin beginning in 1787. Completely authentic and original, the floor of
the cabin is constructed of timbers from the flatboard boat that first
brought the Meffords to Kentucky. Thirteen children were reared in the
home, considered to be one of the most important historical sights in all
Idea #3: The Bluegrass
Motorcycle Museum of Hartford, Kentucky. When visitors come to Hartford,
a short day trip is in demand to see the treasures of the Bluegrass Motorcycle
Museum. Owned and operated by Jack Embry and his wife Nancy, the displays
boast over 20 vintage, American made motorcycles, and 30 years' worth of
motorcycle memorabilia. Even before the museum was opened in the mid-90s,
Mr. Embry's passion for restoring antique motorcycles drew onlookers from
near and far.
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As you have discovered, you
have a wide choice of alternatives available to your family when it is
time to select that ideal family vacation escape. Take advantage of your
chance to plan carefully what you want to do and where you want to go.
Use a professional travel guide to help you discover those perfect Kentucky
attractions. And you will know that you will experience a family vacation
with a lifetime of memories.