Bourbon County is nestled in the heart of Kentucky’s famous Bluegrass Region. Known for its Horses and History, one can also experience the Hospitality that is commonplace among the people of the community.
Whether dining in one of our delicious restaurants or shopping in one of our quality stores, hospitality is everywhere.
Visit the strip mall located on Letton Drive off the Paris Bypass and you will find a variety of services offered . WalMart, Dollar Tree, and several eateries such as Long John Silver’s, Kentucky Fried Chicken and Taco Bell are located there.
Follow US 27 to Bourbon Square Shopping Center and you will find the delicious restaurant Perico’s, serving Mexican cuisine. Several businesses are located here also. Among the newest of restaurants is “Twilight of the Bluegrass”. Along US 27 you will also find Jerry’s Restaurant, Giovanni’s Pizza and Bud’s Gun Shop.
Main Street is the direct path to downtown and along the way you will find service stations, eateries, clinics, liquor stores, automobile parts store, other fast food restaurants, groceries (Ken’s and Save A Lot are popular!) and other businesses offering a variety of services. Downtown Main Street from Tenth Street to Second Street is the Historic District. One will find unique antique shops, restaurants, and other stores in this area. Some of the Historic attractions are located in this district also.
Enjoy a driving tour of the county that will take you past historic homes and farms and through a variety of scenic views of Bourbon County. This includes a drive through the Colville Covered Bridge, Cane Ridge Shrine, Claiborne Farm and the smaller towns in the County.
If you need information, directions or brochures please visit the Welcome Center located at 720 High Street Paris, Kentucky 40361. Phone: 859-987-8744 or email email@example.com if you need help in planning your trip.
Paris, Kentucky: Horses, History and Hospitality!