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Frankfort, Kentucky Landmarks

The landmarks listed below are located in the city of Frankfort, Kentucky.

Buffalo Trace Distillery

Buffalo Trace Distillery

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
Buffalo Trace Distillery is a distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky, owned by the Sazerac Company. Its namesake bourbon brand, Buffalo Trace Kentucky Straight Bourbon whiskey, was introduced in August 1999.

Confederate Monument

Confederate Monument

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40353
The Confederate Monument in Frankfort is placed within a circle of the graves of 68 Confederate soldiers in Frankfort Cemetery in Kentucky.

Floral Clock

Floral Clock

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
The floral clock in Frankfort, Kentucky, is a landmark located behind the Kentucky State Capitol. Dedicated in May 1961 by Governor Bert T. Combs, the clock was constructed as a joint project between the state government and the Garden Club of Kentucky.

Frankfort Cemetery

Frankfort Cemetery

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40353
The Frankfort Cemetery is a historic rural cemetery located on East Main Street in Frankfort, Kentucky. The cemetery is the burial site of Daniel Boone and other famous Americans.

Governor's Mansion

Governor's Mansion

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
The Kentucky Governor's Mansion is a historic residence in Frankfort, Kentucky. The new mansion replaced the Old Governor's Mansion, built in 1798, which still stands, at 420 High Street, Frankfort

Kentucky State Capitol

Kentucky State Capitol

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
The capitol was designed by Frank Mills Andrews. He used the Beaux-Arts style and included many classical French interior designs. The staircases, for example, are replicas of those that appear in the Opera Garnier in Paris.

Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
Liberty Hall is a historic house museum in Frankfort, Kentucky. Built 1796-1800 by American statesman John Brown, it is known for its association with Brown and its fine Federal-style architecture.

Old Governor's Mansion

Old Governor's Mansion

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
The Old Governor's Mansion, also known as Lieutenant Governor's Mansion, is reputed to be the oldest official executive residence officially still in use in the United States, as the mansion is the official residence of the Lieutenant Governor.

Old State Capitol

Old State Capitol

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky 40601
The Old State Capitol, also known as Old Statehouse, was the third capitol of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. The Kentucky legislature voted for its construction in 1827.

Singing Bridge

Singing Bridge

Frankfort, Franklin County, Kentucky
The Singing Bridge (also known as the St. Clair Street bridge) is a two-lane vehicle and pedestrian bridge in Frankfort, Kentucky that is so named because of the humming sound it makes when driven over.

Top 10 Most Popular Frankfort Landmarks

  1. Kentucky State Capitol
  2. Confederate Monument
  3. Frankfort Cemetery
  4. Floral Clock
  5. Old State Capitol
  6. Old Governor's Mansion
  7. Singing Bridge
  8. Buffalo Trace Distillery
  9. Governor's Mansion
  10. Liberty Hall

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