Introduction to Lyndon, Kentucky
Lyndon, Kentucky, in Jefferson county, is 8 miles E of Louisville, Kentucky. The city is in the Louisville area. There are 9,369 residents in Lyndon.
According to the Kentucky Historical Society and the Kentucky Department of Highways, an early settler called Alvin Wood named this community in the year 1871. It is believed that the city has derived its name from the Lynn Station, which was located near the Beargrass Creek. The city became a busy hub of education and business in the late nineteenth century.
Lyndon and nearby Attractions
- Frazier Historical Arms Museum
- Zachary Taylor House
- Falls of the Ohio State Park
- Riverside, the Farnsley - Moremen Landing
- Culbertson Mansion State Historic Site
Things To Do In Lyndon
Tourist can take a look at the Frazier Historical Arms Museum to check out the arms and ammunitions used by the early settlers of the area. Tourists can also enjoy water sports on the Ohio River and walk along the Farnsley - Moremen Landing that runs along the river. In addition, the city organizes a number of recreational events all through the year.
Air transportation can be availed from Cincinnati/ Northern Kentucky International Airport.
Lyndon Higher Education
Higher educational facilities are available at University of Louisville, Spalding University, Jefferson Community College, and Bellarmine University.