Lexington is one of the best places to retire

According to Southern Living, Lexington was ranked as one of the best places to retire in the country.

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When the skies are as blue as the grass and the bourbon runs like a river, it’s no wonder why Southern Living named Lexington one of the best places in the US to retire.

Our scenic country roads and family-oriented culture could serve as reason enough to move to the Horse Capital of the World, but it’s the variety of educational opportunities that crowned us among the best.

Apart from our nationally recognized schools, Lexington is chock full of learning opportunities, especially those aimed for the 50+ community. Here’s just a few that are worth mentioning:

Let us know, what are you favorite learning opportunities for adults in town?