Richmond is the county seat of Madison County, Kentucky and is home to more than 32,000 people. Named after Richmond, Virginia, the city is the third largest city in the Bluegrass region and is the seventh largest in the state. The city is nicknamed "Home of Kentucky's Finest." Find out why this is so by getting a bus charter in Richmond, Kentucky and visiting the city with friends and family.
You can experience the best of Richmond's arts and culture by visiting places such as The Chestnut Gallery, where you can find a wide variety of artworks, from local folk art to modern pieces. There's also the Gallery on Main, which supports local artists. The EKU Center for the Arts is also worth checking out. You can catch a variety of shows and performances here.
Other performance venues in town include the Richmond Area Arts Center, Berea Arena Theater and Rose Barn Theater.
You might also want to plan your trip in time for the Art Festivals in Richmond, the city's largest annual festival that takes place at the Irvine-McDowell Park. You can also witness Richmond's Great American Festival and Kidfest, which takes place in September and also at the Irvine McDowell Park.
Book a bus charter in Richmond, Kentucky and treat the kids to a fun and exciting day at the Paradise Cove Aquatic Center. This large water park has water slides, pools, diving boards, a playground, and a whirlpool, among others.
As for adult entertainment, Richmond has plenty of night life offerings. You can get drinks, dance the night away, or just hang out with your buddies at Blue Moon, Copper Still, Galaxy Bowling/Champion's Bar & Grill, Gillum's, Jerzees, Madison Garden, Paddy Wagon Irish Pub, or Whiskey Barrel Bar & Dance.
Get a glimpse of the city's past by touring Downtown Richmond Historic District, a national historic district where you can find a concentration of old and historic houses. Other districts in the city listed on the National Register of Historic Places are Eastern Kentucky University Historic District, Fort Boonesborough Townsite Historic District, and West Richmond Historic District.
The National Register also has historic houses like Arlington, Burnawood, Chenault House, Brutus and Pattie Field Clay House, Whitney Cobb House, Covington House, Dozier-Guess House, Elmwood, Hagan House, William Holloway House, Irvinton, Whitehall, Karr House, and Mason House, among many others.
Also on the list are other historic structures and sites, such as Mt. Pleasant, Mt. Zion Christian Church, Richmond Cemetery, Old Central University, Richmond Armory, Shearer Store, William M. Miller Farm, Madison County Courthouse, Coy Site Complex, and the Battle of Richmond Historic Areas.
You can tee off at these golf facilities: The Bull Golf Course, the Battlefield Golf Course & Country Club, Bluegrass Army Depot, and Gibson Bay Municipal Golf Course.
For other sports and recreational activities, there's also Adventure Falls Miniature Golf & Batting Cage Complex, Lake Reba Recreational Complex, and Greg Adams Building (Tennis Center).
Hop on a bus charter in Richmond, Kentucky and check out the city's parks and various outdoor destinations. There's Wilgreen Lake, Camp Catalpa, Central Kentucky Wildlife Management Area, Dillingham Park, E.C. Million Memorial Park, and Irvine-McDowell Park, among others.
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