The county seat of Campbell, the state of Kentucky in the United States of America is called Alexandria. Alexandria-Kentucky has 13.9 squared kilometers of land and 0.18 squared kilometers of water. According to historical proof, Frank Spilman together with his family settled the town in 1793 and named it after another state named Alexandria in Virginia, where he was from. In 1819 Alexandria finally had a post office and in 1834 Alexandria-Kentucky was officially named a city. Today, Alexandria is home of more than 8000 people. If you visit Alexandria from Kentucky, you should go and see some attractions of this lovely little city.
Top attractions within Alexandria
A J Jolly Golf Course and Campground is the greatest golf course in the state of Kentucky, located in Alexandria and having the best staff that can teach you golf, learn you how to improve your skills, play together with you if you do not have a partner and offer you precious advice to help you improve your game. In this place, if you are not a golf fan, but you still want to have fun, you can play mini golf.
Campbell Historical Society is the official museum in Alexandria-Kentucky, displaying a collection of memorabilia to showcase the town's history from the beginnings, under the lead of Frank Stilman, until the present. If you liked history lessons in school, then this is the perfect place for you.
Little Rock Farm is the greatest pumpkin patch in all Alexandria. You can buy pumpkins here all year long and you can distract the kids at the petting zoo or at the pumpkin carving classes. In October, before Halloween, the place is filled with candles and lanterns and carved pumpkins and attracts hoards of tourists, curious to see this pumpkin universe from the little town of Alexandria.