Travel Safe When you feel the time is right, we are here to welcome you (back) to Frankfort

Our tourism partners have been working diligently to follow recommended safety guidelines such as the US Travel’s New Guidance for the Travel Industry  and the Kentucky Healthy at Work guidelines, in order to make YOU feel safe and healthy when you visit Frankfort, Ky.  Here, in Kentucky’s capital city, we care about our visitors. Your health and safety, your peace of mind, is our number one priority. Our promise to you is to work with our hotels, restaurants, retailers, and attractions as they adopt new ways to serve you. Rest assured, you can travel Kentucky confidently. We’re ready when you are.

Stay Safe

A housekeeper wearing a mask over her nose and mouth applies a seal of cleanliness on the door of a guest room at Hampton Inn Frankfort.

A housekeeper applies a seal of cleanliness on the door of a guest room at Hampton Inn Frankfort.

Our lodging partners are committed to taking all necessary precautions to ensure you will be provided the highest standard of cleanliness and sanitization. Please use the links below to see details on each brand’s action items and statement of commitment to our guests.

Dine Safe

A brown-hair lady, wearing sunglasses, black shirt and bluejean shorts is enjoying an adult beverage while sitting out on the patio.  Tortilla chips, salsa and guacamole is setting on the table.

Enjoying appetizers and a cocktail at Bourbon on Main, on the back patio, overlooking the Kentucky river.

Our restaurant partners are taking every precaution to keep you healthy and safe while dining, including outdoor dining, limiting guest capacity, wearing facial coverings, and ensuring space for social distancing. 

See an example of safety measures one of our restaurateurs has put in to place, helping ensure that you travel safe when you Visit Frankfort! 

Play Safe

A Buffalo Trace employee taking the temperature of another Buffalo Trace employee

Temp checks at Buffalo Trace Distillery


Our attractions and retailers have adapted to the latest safety measures including new ways to clean, regular and thorough sanitization; and new ways to stay healthy, including employee temperature checks.