hidden gems in Lexington KentuckyADA Heating and Air invite you to discover the hidden gems of Lexington Kentucky. Whether you are planning a visit to Bluegrass Country or planning to move, you will find the following places to be quite a treat!

Lexington Area Restaurants

Restaurants in Lexington offer every cuisine you could want and more. From delicacies to good down home cooking, you will be sure to find just what you’re looking for. Locals enjoy some of the following Lexington Restuarants:

Windy Corner Market – Off the beaten path on the North side of Lexington, you will find Windy Corner Market amid the horse farms in the area. They offer great food made with local ingredients. All around the walls and floor are local products for sale. This is a great place to eat, visit and shop for your friends back home.

The Merrick Inn – From cozy fireplaces to a poolside patio in the summer, The Merrick Inn offers an American Cuisine with all the Kentucky favorites like steak, fresh fish, port tenderloins and of course, fried chicken.

Ramsey’s Diner – Another local favorite, Ramsey’s offers large portions and serious down home cooking. Everything’s casual and nothing matches but that is all part of the charm!

Horse Capital Of The World

You can’t visit Lexington without enjoying the beautiful landscape and horse farms. There are many ways to enjoy the country and see the horses. Keeneland Race Course is open year round with live  thoroughbred racing every April and October. You can also visit the 1200-acre Kentucky Horse Park for a look at 50 breeds of horses. Enjoy the art, museum and shows this favorite attraction offers. Want to see more than just one place? Take a Bluegrass driving tour and get your camera ready!

Hidden Gems of Lexington History

Discover historical downtown Lexington while taking a walking tour, historic homes and sites are nestled between quaint shops and locally owned restaurants and art centers. You will enjoy touring downtown and getting a feel for the city.

Ashland – The Henry Clay Estate is a 1st hands look at 19th century life.

Hunt-Morgan House – this is a look at Kentucky’s home to the first millionaire. A Civil War museum is also on the property.

Explorium Lexington’s Children’s Museum – Most kids grew up loving visits to the children’s museum. Now you can share the experience with your own children.

The Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill – This is the largest restored shaker village in the world. Come experience the life of a shaker village and go back in time to when things were much simpler.

ADA Heating and Air is a locally owned and operated heating and air company in Lexington. If you need a heating and air company, discover this hidden gems of Lexington for yourself!

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