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EDEN 2010 Annual Meeting

November 2 - November 5, 2010

Lexington, Kentucky

There is plenty to see and do when visiting the heart of the Bluegrass Region, Lexington.

Known to be the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington is surrounded by beautiful horse farms, but that is just the beginning of what Lexington has to offer.


Photo courtesy of Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Kentucky Horse Park 

Visit some of the most important Thoroughbred celebrities that have ever set foot on a racetrack.


Ashland, The Henry Clay Estate. Photo courtesy of Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Historic Homes of Lexington 

Step back in time and visit one of Lexington's historic homes. The Henry Clay Estate is a short cab ride from the hotel, and the childhood home of May Todd Lincoln is just s short stroll down Main Street from the hotel.


Photo courtesy of Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

The Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill 

Wander through the world's largest restored Shaker village.


Photo courtesy of Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Kentucky Bourbon Distilleries 

Lexington conveniently sits surrounded by four area distilleries, not only open as a tourist attraction, but still working distilleries: The Woodford Reserve Distillery, Buffalo Trace, Four Roses, and Wild Turkey.


Photo courtesy of Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau.

Enjoy Lively Downtown Lexington 

Downtown Lexington is full of shops, galleries. restarurants, and historic sites for you to explore.



In addition to those attraction listed above, the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau provides information about popular Lexington sites to see, local dining, and other events the city has to offer.
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