Free Time in Kentucky

When you’re not working, make your assignment one to remember by visiting some of Kentucky’s main attractions:

Rosemary Clooney’s House
Come and celebrate the Girl Singer in her original house in Augusta, now a museum dedicated to her past. In addition to the numerous photos displayed throughout the home, visitors will see her living room complete with family photos, her bedroom with actual furnishings and the library where she read and entertained. There are also displays of her music, and costumes worn by Rosemary, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby and Vera Ellen and the largest collection of White Christmas memorabilia in the world.

State Parks
Wherever you travel in Kentucky, you are never far from one of the 52 state parks. Each park has its own unique attributes, from shorelines to majestic mountains, from winding caves to enchanting woodlands. Kentucky state parks offer more than 250 miles of trails suitable for all levels of enjoyment. From the strenuous, 28-mile-long Pine Mountain Trail to the 2.5 miles of self-guided interpretive trails at Columbus-Belmont State Park, there is an outdoor experience that will satisfy everyone.

Shaker Village
Shaker Village in Pleasant Hill is America’s largest restored Shaker community, where a remarkable society once flourished and where today, you can experience a unique Kentucky treasure. This 3,000-acre National Historic Landmark will charm you with distinct Shaker style and the beauty of Lexington’s Bluegrass Region. The village offers peaceful accommodations, gracious dining, exceptional shopping, historical activities and invigorating recreation.