Kentucky has a flat income tax rate of 5% and a sales tax of 6%.
Things to Do in Lexington The 1,200-acre Kentucky Horse Park, the only park in the world dedicated to horses, is a must-see.
Airplane enthusiasts and aspiring pilots will love the Aviation Museum of Kentucky, which celebrates the aviation industry with both indoor and outdoor displays.
Regarded as the Horse Capital of the World, Lexington is home to a number of horse farms and all kinds of equestrian events.
Sports fans enjoy the horse races at the and Wildcats basketball games at Rupp Arena.
The state is one of the few in the U.
There are 10 four-year colleges and universities within 50 miles of the city, including Eastern Kentucky University with 15,815 students and Kentucky State University with 1,778 students.
A Rich Local History What we know as Lexington today used to be called McConnell Springs.