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Vintage Kentucky Maps
Kentucky took statehood in 1792, and many beautiful historical maps feature the state that’s known for being the horse capital of the world and the top producer of bourbon.

In our Ted’s Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Kentucky maps. They include nearly every county in the state: Jefferson, Fayette, Kenton, Boone, Warren, Hardin, Daviess, Campbell, Madison, and Bullitt.Our most commonly requested maps for Kentucky are typically for the cities of Louisville/Jefferson, Lexington-Fayette, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Covington, Richmond, Georgetown, Florence, Hopkinsville, and Nicholasville.

To browse our collection of old Kentucky maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Kentucky map and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Kentucky
The ‘Bluegrass State’ of Kentucky is known for being home to thoroughbred horse racing, bluegrass music, top-shelf bourbon, and coal mining.

In horse racing, the Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville hosts the famous Kentucky Derby, the Triple Crown’s first leg. The horse race, dubbed “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” draws an on-track attendance of 150,000 spectators and is televised nationwide. The Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes follow, and a horse must win all three races to win the prestigious Triple Crown.

And, of course, there are the derby hats. The tradition of wearing lavish hats to the Kentucky Derby began with the first race in 1875. Founder Co. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., wanted his race to be like ones across the pond in Europe, where women sported hats. His hat idea took hold and has been a staple of Kentucky Derby fashion ever since. Today, women attending the derby will spend between $250 to $600 for a fashionable derby hat. And custom designs can run over $1,000.

Outside of horse racing, Kentucky has some of the most stunning scenery in the United States. A portion of the beautiful, heavily forested Appalachian Mountains runs through the state. Then there are the hiking trails, rock formations, and green forests of the Red River Gorge, making it one of the state's most visited places. Mammoth Cave National Park is another favorite destination—it’s where you'll find the world's longest cave system. And Kentucky's Cumberland Falls is the only place in the Western Hemisphere where you can see a moonbow (a rainbow produced by moonlight).

Kentucky is also home to Fort Knox, a U.S. Army installation outside of Louisville, where the nation’s official gold reserves are held. Only a few people know the actual structure of the building that houses the gold, and security dictates that no one person knows all of the procedures to open the vault.

We’ll end with some famous folks who were born in the state of Kentucky. They include our 16th U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln, pioneer Daniel Boone, professional boxer Muhammad Ali, and singer/songwriter Loretta Lynn.

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Vintage Kentucky Maps
Kentucky took statehood in 1792, and many beautiful historical maps feature the state that’s known for being the horse capital of the world and the top producer of bourbon.

In our Ted’s Vintage Maps archives, we have an extensive collection of old Kentucky maps. They include nearly every county in the state: Jefferson, Fayette, Kenton, Boone, Warren, Hardin, Daviess, Campbell, Madison, and Bullitt.Our most commonly requested maps for Kentucky are typically for the cities of Louisville/Jefferson, Lexington-Fayette, Bowling Green, Owensboro, Covington, Richmond, Georgetown, Florence, Hopkinsville, and Nicholasville.

To browse our collection of old Kentucky maps, use the menu in the upper right of this page to sort by popularity, average rating, latest additions, or price.

If you are looking for a specific Kentucky map and don’t see it on this page, contact us, and we’ll be happy to check our archives.
About Kentucky
The ‘Bluegrass State’ of Kentucky is known for being home to thoroughbred horse racing, bluegrass music, top-shelf bourbon, and coal mining.

In horse racing, the Churchill Downs racetrack in Louisville hosts the famous Kentucky Derby, the Triple Crown’s first leg. The horse race, dubbed “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports,” draws an on-track attendance of 150,000 spectators and is televised nationwide. The Preakness Stakes and Belmont Stakes follow, and a horse must win all three races to win the prestigious Triple Crown.

And, of course, there are the derby hats. The tradition of wearing lavish hats to the Kentucky Derby began with the first race in 1875. Founder Co. Meriwether Lewis Clark, Jr., wanted his race to be like ones across the pond in Europe, where women sported hats. His hat idea took hold and has been a staple of Kentucky Derby fashion ever since. Today, women attending the derby will spend between $250 to $600 for a fashionable derby hat. And custom designs can run over $1,000.

Outside of horse racing, Kentucky has some of the most stunning scenery in the United States. A portion of the beautiful, heavily forested Appalachian Mountains runs through the state. Then there are the hiking trails, rock formations, and green forests of the Red River Gorge, making it one of the state's most visited places. Mammoth Cave National Park is another favorite destination—it’s where you'll find the world's longest cave system. And Kentucky's Cumberland Falls is the only place in the Western Hemisphere where you can see a moonbow (a rainbow produced by moonlight).

Kentucky is also home to Fort Knox, a U.S. Army installation outside of Louisville, where the nation’s official gold reserves are held. Only a few people know the actual structure of the building that houses the gold, and security dictates that no one person knows all of the procedures to open the vault.

We’ll end with some famous folks who were born in the state of Kentucky. They include our 16th U.S. President, Abraham Lincoln, pioneer Daniel Boone, professional boxer Muhammad Ali, and singer/songwriter Loretta Lynn.

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