Fall in Kentucky means colorful leaves, crisp breezy air, pumpkins, bourbon, and apple cider. From scenic railroads winding through fall foliage to haunted houses to pumpkin farms and apple picking, Kentucky has it all!
Hillcrest Avenue is the best place to see amazing Halloween light displays, complete with graveyards, interactive displays, and – last time I was there – a zombified Selfie Booth.
The walking path through the park comes alive with over 5,000 artist-carved pumpkins and illuminated themed scenes.
This is a tasting at Woodford Reserve distillery, one of our favorite bourbon distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail!
While many visitors to Cherokee Park spend most of their time on the paved Scenic Loop, the real magic of Cherokee is found on the Cherokee Park Trail, a meandering loop that takes you through the true heart of Cherokee Park.
In less than an hour’s drive from Louisville, you can be knee-deep in pumpkins, fresh apples, corn mazes, hay rides, and other fall fun!
The Highlands’ enormous historic Cave Hill Cemetery, filled with ancient graves and haunting mausoleums, could take weeks to explore.
A walk through this historic neighborhood in autumn is the best way to fully absorb the fall colors and see some truly incredible Halloween lawn displays.