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Lexington, KY

About Lexington

Lexington is the home of our corporate and research development headquarters. Lexington, in the heart of the Bluegrass Region, has more to offer than the rolling hills and horse farms making up its beautiful landscape. The city's economy has become increasingly focused on healthcare, high tech and horses, while arts and education continue to thrive. The residents of Lexington are drawn to the many outdoor activities as well as a vibrant downtown boasting southern charm , tradition and diverse entertainment.


Lexington boasts a professional symphony orchestra, several museums, art galleries and a professional theatre company. The city hosts many cultural events and fairs. Lexington is known for keeping its historic feel and offers tours of many classic sites, including homes, parks, horse farms and distilleries. World class, independently owned restaurants, along with great shopping and antiquing, make Lexington a truly unique place to live.

Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau
Commerce Lexington


Lexington has so much to offer. With beautiful countryside and the change of seasons there is something for everyone. For more information visit the Convention and Visitors Bureau and the bureau's list of hundreds of Lexington and Bluegrass attractions.


Lexington is an emerging city with more than a quarter million residents and outstanding schools, colleges and universities. Lexington is anchored by the state's largest flagship school, the University of Kentucky, known for its fiercely loyal basketball fans and by Transylvania University, the first college west of the Allegheny Mountains.

University of Kentucky
Transylvania University

Fayette County Public Schools school district has 53 public schools with 35,000 students and a student teacher ratio averaging 14:1
Fayette County Public Schools

Lexington also offers 28 private schools from preschool to 12th grade.
Read "Education Pays!" from Commerce Lexington