|Country||USA (United States of America)|
|Total Area||15 sq miles|
|Lat Long Coordinates||38.2008° N, 84.8733° W|
|Time Zone||EST (UTC−05:00)|
|Major Religion||Roman Catholic, Christian|
|Museums||Capital City Museum, Kentucky Military History Museum|
|Universities||Kentucky State University|
Frankfort Tourist attractions:
- Historic District Walking Tour
- Old State Capitol
- Salato Wildlife Center Tour
- The Old Governor's Mansion
- Rebecca Ruth Candy Tours
- Greenhill Cemetery
- Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- Buffalo Trace Distillery
Frankfort is the capital of the U.S state of Kentucky. Gen. James Wilkinson who purchased this land in 1786 later came to known as the father of Frankfort. In 1792, Frankfort was chosen as the Kentucky's seat of government. The city, which grew considerably in 1960s with many high rising buildings, is now the county seat of Franklin County.
Hotels in Frankfort:
some of the best hotels in frankfort are:
Days Inn Frankfort in Frankfort
Americas Best Value Inn in Frankfort
Holiday Inn Express and Suites in Frankfort
Best Value Inn
Best Western Parkside Inn
Hampton Inn Frankfort, Frankfort
Restaurants in Frankfort:
Some of the best restaurants in Frankfort inlcudes Applebee's Neighborhood Grill,Arandas Mexican Restaurant,Arby's,Arby's,Brando's Restaurant,Burger King, C & J's Home Restaurant,Capital Bar-B-Q,Captain D's Seafood Restaurant,Captain D's Seafood Restaurant,Casa Fiesta,Cheung's Express Chinese Fast,Chili's Grill & Bar,China King,China Wok Restaurant.
Louisville International Airport, the nearest airport to Frankfort serves the city. The Capitol City Airport is the small regional airport in the city. Frankfort Transit that provides bus service within the city helps people to travel to other regions of the city. Taxis and rental cars are the other forms of public transport in the city.
Places to Visit in Frankfort:
Greek Revival- style Old State Capitol, the present State Capitol building, Liberty Hall- the site of two elegant 19th century homes, Kentucky Military History Museum that displays hand weapons and uniforms, the tomb of Daniel Boone and his wife and the factory of Rebecca-Ruth Candies the birth place of bourbon chocolates are the highlights of the city. Kentucky Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Frankfort Cemetery, Kentucky History Center, Old Governor's Mansion, Greenhill Cemetery and the river such as Elkhorn Creek and Casey Creek are the important sites in Frankfort.
Last Updated On : November 15, 2016