The Kentucky Horse Park is where equine enthusiasts gather from around the world.
The Kentucky Horse Park has quickly become the Sport Horse Capital of the United States.
The Kentucky Horse Park has grown into the world’s finest equestrian facility and equine business park.
The Kentucky Horse Park strives to educate and inform through state-of-the-art museums and educational courses.
The Kentucky Horse Park is the place to get close to horses of more than 35 different breeds.
As such, it has increased tourism and attracted new businesses to the area, resulting in hundreds of millions of dollars in economic impact on the Commonwealth of Kentucky. In addition, the Kentucky Horse Park is home to the National Horse Center, which is the equivalent of an equine business park that features more than 30 national, regional and local horse organizations.
The National Horse Center is the nation’s most coveted site for equine organizations and is the leading location for networking between equine groups which have varied goals but mutual interests. Among the organizations headquartered here are the United States Equestrian Federation, United States Dressage Association, United States Hunter Jumper Association, American Association of Equine Practitioners, United States Pony Clubs, Kentucky Thoroughbred Association, Friesian Horse Association of North America, the US Polo Association and many more.
4089 Iron Works ParkwayLexington, Kentucky 40511Phone: (859) 233-4303Phone: (800) 678-8813 Get Directions
March 15 – November 3 Open 7 Days a Week9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. November 4 – March 14 Open Wed – Sun9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.Closed Mon & Tue
ClosedThanksgiving Eve & DayChristmas Eve & DayNew Year’s Eve & Day
March 15 – November 3 Adults: $16
Children 7-12: $8 Children 6 & Under: FreeNovember 4 – March 14 Adults: $10
Children 7-12: $5 Children 6 & Under: Free