Local Attractions

When you’re planning your stay at Jordan Hill Farm you may want to visit these local attractions as well.

Fort Boonesborough

Fort Boonesborough was a frontier fort in Kentucky, founded by Daniel Boone, following their crossing of the Kentucky River on April 1, 1775. Explore the Fort and Campground.

White Hall

White Hall State Historic Site is a 14-acre park in Richmond, the home of Kentucky legislator Cassius Marcellus Clay.

Battle of Richmond

The Battle of Richmond Kentucky was fought in 1862, and was part of the Confederacy’s most concerted effort to capture the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

Bourbon Trail

Explore Kentucky's finest: 37 distilleries. Average tour time is 90 minutes. There’s something for everyone—tours, tastings, big-city nightlife, quaint country towns, Bourbon-themed restaurants and historic accommodations.

Old Town Berea

Home to artist’s studios and galleries, this district is a great way to see artists at work. Visit and enjoy being part of the Art’s Alive of Berea

Farmer's Market - Berea

The Berea Farmers' Market is a year-round market that provides you with fresh and local fruits, veggies, plants, honey, eggs, and more! We are a "growers only" market.

Madison County Farmer's Market

This is an open air market offering seasonally fresh produce, pasture-raised meats, cage-free eggs, farm sourced home-processed jams and jellies, retail breads and spreads, salsas and sauces and native plants.

Richmond Tourism

Whether you're just passing through or plan to stay awhile, whether you're here with family or friends, whether you love history or nature, antiquing or golfing, shopping or stargazing, there'll be something here to catch your fancy.


VisitLEX.com showcases the premier places to eat, shop, play, stay and experience the time-honored traditions of Lexington...Kentucky's centerpiece. Grab your inspiration guide online.

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