The best place to have a true equine experience is the Kentucky Horse Park, a 1,200-acre park, which showcases 53 different breeds of horses and is home to two world-class museums.
Visitors to "Bourbon Country" are often pleasantly surprised to find a number of vineyards and craft breweries tucked away in the picturesque settings of the state’s bluegrass countryside.
Lexington has an illustrious history. Once known as the “Athens of the West,” Lexington has a history of illustrious citizens and cultural firsts. Early Lexingtonians even founded Transylvania University, the first university west of the Allegheny Mountains, still a thriving center of learning today.
While the Appalachian region of Eastern Kentucky is noted as the birthplace of bluegrass music, visitors to Lexington won’t find any shortage of places to hear it. Lexington is home to dozens of music stars from various genres.
GROUND AND AIR TRANSPORTATION
Lexington is an easy place to get to, and once you're here, you'll find it just as easy to get around. Our friends at VisitLex have some excellent resources to help you at visitlex.com. Transportation to and from the airport must be personally arranged, but transportation between the conference hotels and ONE will be provided.
Whether you're just looking for a place to lay your head or you want to pamper yourself in luxury, you'll find accommodations in Lexington to be very...accommodating. Upon completion of your registration you will be able to select a conference hotel for your stay while you are in Lexington.