Things To Do In Lexington

Wine and Cheese for Two or Four with Stemless Wineglasses at Chrisman Mill Vineyards (Up to 57% Off)

Chrisman Mill Vineyards

Multiple Locations

$40.98 $20

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Platter of beer cheese and wine cheese to enjoy at either location, with wine and wineglasses to take home

Bowling Package for Up to 6 at Collins Bowling Centers (Up to 53% Off)

Collins Bowling Center

Multiple Locations

$53.50 $25

Spacious lanes and shoe rentals for up to six at centers in operation for more than 50 years

Haunted-History Walking Tour for Two or Four with Ghost-Hunting Equipment from Spirit Expeditions (50% Off)

Spirit Expeditions

Downtown Lexington

$50 $25

A two-hour walking tour covers most haunted areas and allows guests to conduct their own paranormal investigation

Wine and Gifts at Talon Winery (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Talon Winery

Lexington-Fayette

$20 $11

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Shop for gifts, gourmet treats, and wines produced produced in a lush, 5-acre vineyard

$63 for $250 Worth of Personal Training — LiveWELL Training Club

Livewell Training Club

Lexington

$250 $63

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Three Personal-Training Sessions for One or Two from Tiffany Folk at Exalted Fitness (Up to 55% Off)

Tiffany Folk at Exalted Fitness

Lexington

$150 $69

Personal trainer Tiffany Folk eschews a one-size-fits-all approach, favoring custom plans that account for each client's goals and abilities

One Month of Kickboxing Classes at Bodyfit Punch (Up to 54% Off)

Bodyfit Punch

South Broadway Park

$85 $39

Students take down six-foot heavy bags in kickboxing programs, with or without a kettlebell component

$68 for $150 Worth of Gym Visits — Team Zombie MMA

Team Zombie Fitness

Lexington-Fayette

$150 $68

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$168 for $336 Worth of Martial Arts — Krav Maga Kentucky

Krav Maga Kentucky

Lexington-Fayette

$336 $168

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Discovery Flight with Ground School and 30 Minutes of Flying for One or Two from NexGen Aviation (Up to 53% Off)

NexGen Aviation

Lexington-Fayette

$221.50 $109

Get both technical and practical flight training by applying work from ground school to a supervised 30-minute flight

$9 for a Movie and Appetizer or Popcorn at Movie Tavern (Up to $18 Value)

Movie Tavern

Movie Tavern Lexington

$18 $9

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Munch on an appetizer and watch new releases such as Transformers: Age of Extinction and How to Train Your Dragon 2

Concealed-Carry Class for One or Two at Firearm Safety and Security Training LLC. (Up to 52% Off)

Firearm Safety and Security Training LLC.

Multiple Locations

$60 $29

A six- to eight-hour concealed-carry-license certification class that fulfills requirements for a Kentucky CCDW license

Five Boot Camp Classes from HJ Fitness (64% Off)

Hj Fitness

Lexington

$50 $18

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$25 for Five Latin Dance Classes at The Salsa Center ($50 Value)

The Salsa Center

Lexington

$50 $25

Latin dance classes teach sizzling styles such as Salsa, Bachatango, Casino Rueda, Cuban Salsa, Samba, and Cuban Mambo

$39 for a Dance-Lesson Package at Arthur Murray Dance Studio (Up to $400 Value)

Arthur Murray Dance Studio

Lexington-Fayette

$400 $39

Highly trained dance instructors guide students through fancy footwork in lessons; students can hone their skills at dance parties

Fitness Classes at Personal Best Personal Training & Fitness Studio (Up to 55% Off). Two Options Available.

Personal Best Personal Training & Fitness Studio

Lexington-Fayette

$55 $25

Boot-camp, kettlebell, yoga, kickboxing, Pilates, step aerobics, and other group fitness classes are available Monday–Saturday

Three or Five Cycling Classes at CycleYOU (Up to 52% Off)

CycleYOU

Lexington-Fayette

$60 $29

Expert trainers lead students of all fitness levels through a total-body workout on stationary bikes

Four or Six Weeks of Boot Camp at Edge Body Boot Camp Lexington (Up to 74% Off)

Edge Body Boot Camp Lexington

Lexington-Fayette

$149 $39

Instructors provide a fun, intense exercise regimen coupled with meal plans and body analysis to help clients meet their fitness goals

$50 for 10 Tabata Fitness Classes at Lexington Live Fit ($199 Value)

Lexington Live Fit

Pleasant Green Hill

$199 $50

Workouts alternate high-intensity strength training with short periods of rest, designed to burn calories and boost metabolism

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At Yesterdays Billiards Bar and Grille, the clack of pool balls reverberates across rust-hued walls and tasty plates of burgers, sandwiches, and hearty pub fare. Towering patty melts, well-dressed Reubens, and overstuffed cheesesteaks send their toothsome smells wafting across the softly lit billiard-room, whose hardwood accents acres of inviting green felt conjure images of timeless sportsmanship free from hustling pool sharks and eels masquerading as cue sticks. A knickknack-framed bar keeps mouths well-watered with high-spirited cocktails and frosty draft brews.

410 W Vine St
Lexington,
KY
US

Located at Blue Grass Airport, the Aviation Museum of Kentucky pays tribute to the Commonwealth’s rich history of aviation with its impressive squadron of rare and restored aircraft, aviation memorabilia, interactive educational displays, and active aviation restoration shop. Inside the museum, a flock of steel birds suspended on wires hangs from the hangar’s expansive ceiling. A replica of Matthew Sellers’ 1908 quadraplane—the first aircraft built and flown in Kentucky—headlines the museum collection, extending its majestic wings to shake the hands of awestruck visitors. Other exceptional designs include a Skyhawk once flown by the Navy’s Blue Angels, an F-14 Tomcat jet-fighter as seen in the film Top Gun, and a high-bypass turbofan used to propel modern jumbo jets.

Guided tours and interactive exhibits delve into the science and history of flight, while the Kentucky Aviation Hall of Fame honors the lives of those who have soared among the clouds, whether in planes or wrapped around the waist of Michael Jordan. Young ones, meanwhile, can learn more about the variety of aviation careers and set their sights on following the tailwinds of famous pilots and designers.

4029 Airport Rd
Lexington,
KY
US

The Kentucky Arts Council, in conjunction with state of Kentucky, packs 30 years’ worth of experience and excitement into Kentucky Crafted: The Market, and it shows. The weekend festival collects more than 200 exhibitors from all walks of self-expression, be they artists, musicians, artisanal food products, or writers. They populate the expansive halls of the Lexington Convention Center with their handmade artwork, giving the public a chance to interact with them, order custom artworks, or just see and sample some goods. After navigating aisles full of artful sights, sounds, and smells, guests can relax and catch a concert at the Kentucky Stage music festival, a simultaneous event that collects beloved musicians from across the state. With all of this activity, its no wonder that the Southeast Tourism Society has named the festival one of the top 20 events in the region for each of the past 15 years.

430 West Vine Street
Lexington,
KY
US

To supply the highest quality baseball training through the use of innovative drills, technology, and professional experience while maintaining a tenacious approach in ensuring each student's success on the baseball field and in life.

3644 Boston Rd
Lexington,
KY
US

Real-life attractions permeate the museum’s nine discovery zones, where youngsters enclose themselves in giant bubbles, groom life-sized horses in a stable, and use their hands and feet to play virtual pianos or pop virtual balloons projected onto the floor. Whereas older children can build their own adobe wall in the Homes Around the World area, kids aged 3 and younger can watch wild birds from an observation window or don woodland-creature costumes in the Wonder Woods.

Along with its hands-on exhibits, the nonprofit museum stimulates youngsters with a slew of outreach programs. It keeps the art studio stocked with supplies that kids can use to unleash their creativity and invites more than 100 artists younger than 18 to exhibit and sell their work in the annual Museum Go Round. The museum’s summer camps and weekend programs cover kid-friendly subjects that range from performing drama to breaking down the tax code clause by clause.

440 W Short St
Lexington,
KY
US

In Premier Athletics of Lexington's state-of-the-art gym, trampolines propel acrobats toward ceilings more than 20 feet tall, while tumblers practice somersaulting over spring floors that go easy on joints. Helmed by Lexington Gymnastics and Cheerleading's John Ireland, the former University of Kentucky cheerleader is dedicated to one-on-one, individualized instruction.

In these environs, coaches lead courses in cheer, gymnastics, tumbling, and dance for kids 18 months and older, teaching moves that range from the basics to competition-ready stunts, such as holding up a cue card with “10” on it before starting your routine. As home to the Kentucky Elite Allstars and the Gym Cats, instructors train gymnasts and cheerleaders of every age and skill level. As youngsters learn to tumble—or participate in laid-back courses taught during birthday parties—parents can cheer from a designated viewing area.

1850 Bryant Rd
Lexington,
KY
US