Your culture attendant: things to do in Broughtentown


Price: $12 (adult)
Time: 90 mins
At 2pm, take a trip back in time as you steam through the Kentucky countryside in early 20th-century rail coaches. Explore the beautiful vista through the windows, the period features and the history of the railroad at the museum at the end of the line, at the Bluegrass Railroad Museum, in the Woodford County Park near Versailles - arrive before 1.45pm to get on board in time.
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