Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington

Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington - Address, Phone Number, Ticket Price

Address: 4089 Iron Works Pkwy, Lexington, KY 40511, USA

Phone: +1-8592337921

Ticket Price: 20 USD

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 05:00 pm Details

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About Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington

Learn all about horses at the Kentucky Horse Park. It is both a house farm and an educational theme park dedicated to the equestrians. Here you can interact with some of the best Thoroughbreds in the county. These breeds are exhibited in the Parade of Breeds Shows. Horse and pony rides are also available in the park. Visitors can take walking barn tour to understand how these animals are looked after. A variety of activities are organised for kids to be involved in the farm. There is an inhouse museum that documents the history of horses and horse breeding. Some of the most popular breeds have been immortalised in memorials and statues around the park. Children visiting Lexington can have a blast at this horse park.

Kentucky Horse Park Ticket Prices

  • Children’s ticket (6-12 years): 9 USD
  • Given ticket prices are applicable between March 15 and November 5.
  • Ticket prices from November 6 to March 13: 12 USD
  • Children’s ticket: 6 USD

How To reach Kentucky Horse Park by Public Transport

  • You can hire a taxi to get here.

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Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington Reviews

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  • It was a very long line on Thursday, 12/21/17. We got off of I-64 and spent around 30-40 minutes sitting in traffic on Ironworks Pike, then around an hour from the time we got TO the park until we actually got to the official starting point of the show, (the ticket booth). The lights were wonderful, as usual, and traffic moved right along. It was after 9pm when we parked and got out to see the train exhibit, ride the kids train, and look around. All in all a good trip. My advice, don't plan to get anywhere in a hurry if you go, or you'll be very frustrated!

  • Very big park, awesome also for someone like me who knows nothing of horses. It has it all: the historic and theoretical aspect, most notably through the museum, the horses everywhere around you, the old champions, and the possibility to ride one yourself. The Champion Hall was my favourite.

  • We went to see the southern lights, and while everyone was friendly and wonderful, there just weren't many lights up as previous years. I went say 4 or 5 years ago and there were lights all over! This year we barely had the 12 days of Christmas. Not worth $15, and certainly not the weekend prove of $25

  • We visited for Southern Lights and I understand their funding and purpose but there has to be some maintenance to the displays or improvement to the flow of people if they expect to keep getting business, they rely on being a niche experience so they don't have to improve or even maintain their quality. I have been every year for the past 11 years and every year it has degraded. Santa was much better than the past though.

  • Phenomenal facility. Altec arena is top notch from performers standpoint as well as great viewing for spectators. Temperature controlled properly for each. Warm up arena is larger than most primary arenas. Competition arena, a different facility on the grounds is also great with spectators even closer to the action. Barns, stables all good size and well kept. Daily horse riding available, museums, beautiful grounds, great cross courses. Bottom Line, highly recommend from competitor as well as spectator standpoint.

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