Places to see, places to eat (food, that is)!

Just imagine Daniel Boone gazing down with amazement on the State Capitol from the high rise on the other side of the Kentucky River. If he weren’t buried under so much dirt, that is. When he died in 1820, no doubt he thought he’d be lying peaceful in the ground of his little farm along the Missouri River, some 40 miles west of St. Louis. He didn’t reckon on Kentucky coming by some 25 years later to steal his bones and plant ‘em elsewhere. Maybe they got the wrong bones.


Capitol Address:

700 Capital Ave

Frankfort, KY 40601

Hours: M-F 8-4:30,

            Sat 8:30-4:30, Sun 1-4:30

Tour Information: 502-564-3449

Kentucky State Maps

Joined the Union

June 1, 1792

Population (2010) 4,314,113 (26th)

Area (Square Miles) 39,728 (36th)

Largest City               Louisville

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