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Louisville’s Mega Cavern

If you’ll be in the fun city of Louisville, KY we highly recommend you spend a day at Louisville’s Mega Cavern for some incredible underground fun. You won’t find anything like Mega Cavern anywhere in the U.S as this underground park is home to the only an extensive aerial rope course, thrilling underground zip lines, and a mega…

Free Admission at National Parks

Free Admission Week at the National Parks!

There has been quite a bit of buzz surrounding the “opening weekend” of the National Parks and it is for good reason! During April 15 – 23, you and your family can go explore one (or more!) National Parks, for free! The website states that unless a service is being provided by a third party,…

Best Christmas Light Displays

10 Spectacular Holiday Light Displays in the U.S

Sleigh bells are starting to sound louder and louder these days. While I am very much a stickler for the ‘respect the turkey rule’ there are some traditions I happily embrace early in the season. One of those traditions is Christmas lights! What is it about beautiful twinkling lights that just makes any day instantly…

12 Days of Christmas Galt House

Christmas at the Galt House Hotel

Each year, the Galt House Hotel in Louisville, Kentucky puts on a fantastic Christmas celebration! Seriously, if you don’t feel in the holiday spirit after attending, I will be very, very surprised. Unless of course, you are a Scrooge, like my husband and just don’t feel the warm fuzzies when surrounded by Christmas joy. My…

Bardstown Kentucky

Kentucky Bourbon Festival

A City of Tradition Nestled just 40 miles from the heart of Louisville, Kentucky, is the unassuming town of Bardstown. Named the most beautiful small town in America by Rand McNally, there truly is something special about this little town. It’s surrounded by rolling hills with green pastures, and horses and cows dot the hillsides….

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