From the bustling energy of its cities to the laid-back charm of its rural countryside, you will find the Bluegrass State (Kentucky) provides a wealth of places to enjoy.
Thriving art galleries, one-of-a-kind museums, lively entertainment districts and spectacular restaurants light up Kentucky’s three largest urban areas, Louisville, Lexington and Northern Kentucky. However, our most important assets are our people and our countryside, and you’ll find friendly people and beautiful landscapes from majestic mountains in the east to rolling hills in the central Bluegrass region to expansive lakes in the west.
Georgetown College is located in Central Kentucky – you can study in a quiet, peaceful setting just a short drive from the hustle and bustle of Kentucky’s large cities.
Drive times from Georgetown, Kentucky to other U.S. cities:
- Lexington, Kentucky – 20 minutes
- Louisville, Kentucky – 1 hour
- Cincinnati, Ohio – 1 hour
- Indianapolis, Indiana – 3 hours
- Nashville, Tennessee – 3 hours
- Cleveland, Ohio – 5 hours
- Chicago, Illinois – 6 hours
- Washington D.C. – 8 hours
Georgetown, known as “The Gateway to the Kentucky Horse Park,” is a city of about 29,000 people located in Scott County, Kentucky. Boasting numerous attractions within a short drive, including the Kentucky Horse Park and Toyota Motor Manufacturing Kentucky, Georgetown is a scenic, quiet city – it is the ideal setting for your your college career.
For more information, please visit the city’s website.
Lexington, known as the Horse Capital of the World, is a city of about 295,500 people located in Fayette County, Kentucky. It’s just a short drive (about 20 minutes) from Georgetown.
Offering numerous attractions, from movie theaters and malls to Keeneland Racetrack and several one-of-a-kind restaurants, Lexington is a great place to spend some of your free time during class breaks.
Fore more information, please visit the city’s website.