Distilleries & Attractions
From craft to the world’s largest bourbon producers, there are currently 14 distilleries that invite visitors to learn about their brands and have a taste.
Learn about Kentucky bourbon history
and take a behind-the-scenes Kentucky distillery tours. The scenic drives to each of these historic attractions are like pictures waiting to be taken. While on these Kentucky distillery tours, make a stop in charming Bardstown and tour the impressive mansion that is known as “My Old Kentucky Home.” The bourbon distilleries in Bourbon Country
will imbue you not only with tastes of the distilled spirit for which Kentucky is famous, but also with the spirit of its people, proud to be the makers of “America’s Native Spirit.”
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Tour a fully operating distillery in Bardstown. All ages welcome.
Blue Grass Tours & Charters in Central Kentucky's oldest tour and travel company. The extensive fleet includes 55 and 47 passenger motorcoaches, executive custom coa...
In Kentucky, buffalo carved a pathway that was followed by America's early pioneers. On the spot where the buffalo migration route crossed the Kentucky River, we've been makin...
All tours begin at the LBL
Moonshine Museum in Aurora, KY. The museum can be toured at no cost. Distillery
tour tickets are $7...
The Kentucky Bourbon Trail now runs through Lexington because of its only craft member, Town Branch® Bourbon.
One of bourbon’s most distinctive qualitie...
Centered around Louisville the Urban Bourbon Trail is over 20 establishments. Hotels, bars and restaurants, each offering an unique Bourbon experience whether it be a Bourbon ...
Home of Wild Turkey, 101 proof bourbon. Gift shop hours: 8:30am til 4:30pm. Tours are available Monday through Saturday at 9am; 10:30am; 12:30pm; and 2:30pm. Call for holiday ...
Tour times on the hour, Mon. - Sat.,10 a.m., thru 4 p.m.; Sun. (March - Dec.) 12:30 p.m. 1:45 p.m. 3 p.m., Closed Easter, Memorial Day, Labor Day, July 4th, Thanksgiving...
Experience firsthand the history of wine and bourbon on a trip through the rolling Bluegrass. Visit sites in Frankfort, Lawrenceburg and Midway to learn how these two beverag...
The Woodford Reserve Distillery is a National Historic Landmark that was originally established on the banks of Glenn's Creek in 1812. Amidst some of Kentucky's most famous th...
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