'Kentucky's premier home for Ballroom and Latin Dance'
Open for by appointment 10am through 4pm Monday-Thursday
The Henry Clay Memorial Foundation exists to promote the legacy of Henry Clay, to share his continued relevance locally and nationally as a great statesman and to preserve his beloved “Ashland” as a testament to his life and his love of Kentucky and the country.
Georgetown location closed; Lexington location open
Lexington’s Premier Hatchet-Throwing Destination
As the very first rickhouse tenant, Battle Axes, LLC is proud to call the James E. Pepper Distillery our home. We are located at 1170 Manchester Street, Suite 160, on the side with the giant mural.
Want to hit the town but not sure where to go? Start with the walkable, historic Pepper Campus in the Lexington Distillery District near downtown Lexington.
Situated on the banks of the Town Branch Creek, just west of the Lexington Center and Rupp Arena, the unique Pepper Campus includes a diverse mix of restaurants, bars, distilleries, breweries, a dessert lounge, an arcade, live music, and now: indoor hatchet throwing!
At Battle Axes we offer casual throwing, league play, corporate events, and private parties.
Over 70 canned beers and ciders (half of which are Kentucky Proud), soda, bottled water, and snack foods are available for purchase.
Follow us on Facebook and Instagram for all the updates on our events and leagues!
Lexington's world class Zip Line Canopy Tour and other outdoor activities located just off of I-75 in the historic and spectacular Boone Creek gorge.
Lexington's oldest bar, located in the heart of Chevy Chase since 1933.
Country Boy Brewing is proud to bring great local craft beer to Lexington, KY! We are three guys (Evan Coppage, Jeff Beagle, Daniel Harrison) who love good beer are exactly what our name implies: Country. We are all KY born and raised, and our passion for beer and all things KY shows in the many beers we have on tap!
Our Brewery is located on 436 Chair Ave, near Downtown and UK's campus, with an attached taproom where folks can come and try our beers, and some of our favorite beers from the region.
We are passionate about using the freshest ingredients to bring great local beers that Kentuckians can be proud to call their own!
Debra's Social $timulus hosts festive and informative gatherings that feature really cool things going on in Lexington. Through these events, we connect local initiatives, talent, great food and stimulating conversations. Every event is at a different location, free and open to the public.
The Downtown Lexington Partnership (DLP) is best-known for producing numerous events for the public to enjoy each year! Join us for Central Bank Thursday Night Live, Mayfest Arts Fair, Bike Lexington, Fountain Films on Friday, Fest of Ales, Lexington’s Fourth of July Festival, Lexington’s Official Tree Lighting Ceremony, Lexington’s Christmas Parade, and the Unified Trust Company Ice Rink.
The DLP also has a unique position as a membership organization. DLP, with more than 300 members who represent the largest businesses, the smallest proprietors and entrepreneurs, neighborhood associations, churches, educational institutions, and individuals, is a community and business advocacy group. DLP encourages responsible economic development in the downtown business core and in the various neighborhoods surrounding this central area. DLP advocates diversity, communication and leadership in assisting property owners, businesses, employees and residents in making Downtown Lexington a location for retail businesses, restaurants, offices, arts and cultural activities as well as a wonderful place to live and work.
Upscale bar, in the heart of downtown. Established in 2005. In the historic Melodeon Hall building.
123 E. Sixth St.
Lexington Community Radio is a nonprofit organization with two operational Low Power FM stations, El Pulso 95.7FM, Lexington's only Spanish-language radio, and WLXU 93.9FM. Our studios are in the Lexington STEAM (Science Technology Engineering Arts and Math) Academy, a public magnet high school in Lexington's North End. WLXL and WLXU are Lexington's first low-power FM stations, an FCC designation intended to give the power of the microphone and radio waves back to community members and nonprofit entities. Each of our 100-watt signals creates a 5 miles broadcast radius (approximately), which allows us to create and air content that informs and entertains the 200,000 people in our combined broadcast area.