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Kentucky State Symbols

Designation Symbol / Emblem
Amphitheater Iroquois Amphitheater Iroquois Park, Louisville
Arboretum Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest
Band, Pipe Louisville Pipe Band
Bird Cardinal (Cardinalis cardinalis)
Bluegrass Song Blue Moon of Kentucky by Bill Monroe*
Botanical Garden UK Arboretum
Bourbon Festival The Kentucky Bourbon Festival, Incorporated, of Bardstown, Kentucky
Butterfly Viceroy Butterfly (Basilarchia archippus)
Center for Celebration of African American Heritage The Kentucky Center for African American Heritage in Louisville
Covered Bridge, Official Switzer Covered Bridge (Franklin County)
Covered Bridge, Capital of Kentucky Fleming County
Drink Milk
Fish Kentucky Spotted Bass (Micropterus punctulatus)
Flag Flag of Kentucky
Flower Goldenrod (Solidago spp.)
Fossil Brachiopod
Fruit Blackberry
Gemstone Freshwater Pearl
Horse Thoroughbred
Kentucky Shakespeare Festival Shakespeare in Central Park of Louisville
Kentucky Commonwealth Theatre Devou Park Summer Classics Theatre of Covington
Language English
Latin Motto Deo gratiam habeamus
Mineral Coal
Musical Instrument Appalachian Dulcimer*
Outdoor Musical Stephen Foster - The Musical
Pledge Pledge of Allegiance to the Commonwealth of Kentucky
Rock Kentucky Agate
Science Center Louisville Science Center
Silverware Pattern Old Kentucky Blue Grass (Georgetown pattern)*
Soil Crider Soil Series*
Song My Old Kentucky Home (modern version)*
State Steam Locomotive Old 152
Tree Tulip Poplar
Tug-of-War Championship Fordsville(Ohio County) Tug-of-War Championship*
Wild Animal Game Species Gray Squirrel (Sciurus carolinensis)


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Last Updated Date: October 11, 2016

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