Explore the Uncommon Wealth of the Bluegrass with ALL the Comforts of Home!
Wilmore is centrally located in the heart of the bluegrass region 10 miles south of Lexington, Kentucky. The area is filled with rich historical and cultural significance. Wilmore is a small town with worldwide influence! The diversity represented in Wilmore is evident as you stroll around town passing people from Asia, Africa, and India and from almost every region of the USA. The beauty, the rich heritage, and the sites and events of the region combine to make Wilmore a very unique place and an interesting destination.
Scott Station Inn now provides expanded dining options. Please make plans in advance if you are interested in hosting an intimate gathering for family and friends at the Station!
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Below are links to area attractions, events and dining
HISTORIC AND CULTURAL ATTRACTIONS
▪High Bridge Park
▪Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
▪Fort Harrod and Fort Boonesborough
▪Camp Nelson Civil War Heritage Park & National Cemetery
▪Cane Ridge Meeting House
▪Perryville Historic Battlefield
▪Abraham Lincoln Birthplace
▪Mary Todd Lincoln Home
▪Ashland, the Henry Clay Estate
▪Waveland State Historic Site
▪Lexington Opera House
▪Constitution Square State Historic Site
▪Dry Stone Conservancy
▪American Saddlebred Museum
▪International Museum of the Horse
▪Kentucky Folk Art Center
▪Lexington Living Arts & Science Center
▪Lexington Childrens Museum
▪Headley Whitney Museum
▪The Art Depository
▪Asbury University Challenge Course
▪Dix River Adventures
▪Raven Run Nature Sanctuary
▪Natural Bridge Resort State Park
▪Red River Gorge Geological Area
▪Jim Beam Nature Reserve