Enjoy our neighborhood as a part of your visit! If you need further guidance or directions, we are happy to help. Have fun and tell our neighbors we say “hello!”
RESTAURANTS ON JEFFERSON STREET
6 Stella’s Kentucky Deli • 859-255-3354 Soup, salads, and sandwiches made from locally sourced ingredients
7 Nick Ryan’s Saloon • 859-233-7900 Full service eatery with American food and spirits
8 El Espolon Mexican Restaurant • 859-523-2400 Authentic Mexican cuisine featuring a full bar
9 Wagon Bones Grill • 859-523-2400 Family-owned, smoked BBQ joint
10 The Grey Goose • 859-233-1500 Bar/bistro featuring wood-fired pizza
11 Wine+Market • 859-225-0755 Boutique wine store with cheese and sandwich counter
RESTAURANTS to the East
12 Pies and Pints • 859-231-7437 Features craft pizza, sandwiches, salads, and a wide selection of beers on tap
13 Vinaigrette Salad Kitchen • 859-569-4040 Fast, casual shop serving gourmet salads using local produce
14 Saul Good Restaurant and Pub • 859-252-4663 Known for “adventuresome pairings” of American dishes
15 HopCat • 859-286-6847 100 beer on tap and serves burgers, sandwiches, soups, and salads
16 Shakespeare & Co • 859-367-0413 Global menu amid Victorian-themed decor
17 Zim’s • 859-783-3690 Cafe inspired by local farms located in the historic old courthouse
This free brochure is available at our admissions area or as a printable PDF here. A great addition to your visit, the one mile walking tour includes locations from Mrs. Lincoln’s childhood and Abraham Lincoln’s visits to Lexington.
Less than one mile away, the cemetery is the final resting place of many prominent Lexingtonians and known for its park-like setting. To find the Todd family plot, follow the yellow line half a mile and look for the sign on the left. The yellow line is the main road, so find and follow it if you lose your way!
Located in the "Old Courthouse" on Main Street, the Lexington Visitors Center provides information about attractions, restaurants, and shopping throughout the region. They also carry printed downtown walking tours, including for the Gratz Park Historic District.
About half a mile away, the tree-filled park is bordered by 19th-century homes, including Hopemont, the Hunt-Morgan House. A printed walking tour of the district is available at the Lexington Visitors Center.
Is your family up for the challenge? Our “quest” uses clues to direct you from place to place in downtown that Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln would have known. Download the Family Quest and Answers here or pick up a free copy at our admissions area.
Walk and discover the history of African-Americans in Kentucky. Stories stretch from the antebellum period through the present. A great place to begin is at the Old Courthouse where you will find an orientation sign and a map of sign locations.
SHOPS IN THE SQUARE
Artists’ Attic combines studio and gallery spaces.
Main Cross Gallery features hand-made, one-of- a-kind original works created by local artists.
SHOPS IN LEXINGTON CENTER
Old Kentucky Chocolates is known for its bourbon candy, Derby Mints, and more.
Kentucky Korner sells University of Kentucky clothing and merchandise.
Your Frame of Mind Galleries offers a large selections of art, sculptures, gifts, and accessories.
Urban Outfitters is a retail store with women’s clothing, men’s clothing, and accessories.
OTHER Shopping LOCATIONS
Justins’ House of Bourbon offers a wide array of Kentucky bourbon, from vintage to today, with tastings available.
L.V. Harkness & Co. offers couture gifts and tableware, including china, porcelain, silver, leather, and crystal.
VisitLEX, Lexington's Convention and Visitors Bureau
Lexington Visitor Planning Guide
Lexington's Culinary Guide "Beyond Grits"
Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate
Waveland State Historic Site
Hopemont, the Hunt-Morgan House