On a beautiful spring afternoon, there are endless places to explore in the Bluegrass. When it’s one of those days when you just have to be outside and it happens to be in late March or early April, consider a visit to Lexington Cemetery. This historic property is as naturally beautiful as it is peaceful and reverent and this time of year it is downright gorgeous. If you’re looking for a place to visit in spring in Kentucky, this is a lovely choice, and if you can’t make it, soak in the canopy of spring color in these beautiful photos.

Many people head to Lexington Cemetery as a favorite place to visit in the spring in Kentucky, and it’s no wonder why. There aren’t many places where you can stroll under a canopy of spring color and take in the natural beauty of a well-planned and curated arboretum. Have you seen the flowering trees at the Lexington Cemetery? Do you know of another similar place? Let us know in the comments!

For more information on the Lexington Cemetery, including more photos of the property at springtime, visit its website.

And for more of the best places to visit in spring in Kentucky, check out these 12 scenic spots in the Bluegrass.

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