Tours & Trails
Kentucky Tours, Trails and Byways
Taste your way along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and tour our many “spirited” bourbon distilleries. Take a scenic drive through the tree-canopied byways of Horse Country and discover where racing champions are born and bred.
Travel back in time along the Native American Trail of Tears. Find off-the-beaten-path adventure on more than 1,500 miles of backpacking, hiking and ATV trails in Kentucky. Or let the music do the talking on the Kentucky Music Trail.
There may be no better way to see the countryside, experience the culture, taste the food, hear the music and meet all of the wonderful characters of Kentucky than on Kentucky tours, trails and byways.
Use the search below to find Kentucky tours and trails of interest ranging from the legendary Kentucky Bourbon Trail to the Kentucky Artisan Heritage Trail.
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Take a train ride through the scenic mountains of Southern Kentucky and stop at the historic Blue Heron Mining Camp. The Big South Fork Scenic Railway takes a 14 mi...
Military Discount Available
Horse Farm Tour
Enjoy Bluegrass hospitality at its best as you walk behind the gates of a Thoroughbred Horse Farm.
Your Certified Tour Guide will escort you through the beau...
You'll hop on a SUV-pulled tram and be joined by a MEGA Cavern expert who will guide your adventure. It's a 60-70 minute tour, strategically lit to enjoy highlights such as: E...
From Goshen Lane in Goshen to Junction with KY 3223
From KY 55 (Walnut Street) in Lebanon, via Perryville and Harrodsburg, to 0.5 miles south of KY 1980 in Jessamine County.
From Licking River Bridge at Nicholas County line via Mays Lick and Washington to Ohio State line near Maysville
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 ...
From Swigert Avenue in Fayette County via Paris, to Junction of US 68 and KY 32 in Nicholas County
Driving tour of Civil War sites, including the battles of Slaughtersville, Burnt Mill and Dixon, and the Burning of the Dixon Jail.
The Garden is located at Thompson-Berry Complex at 25 Carter Road. With seven established gardens - Butterfly, Rose, Daylili, Iris, Herb, Fruit & Berry, and the Takahashi Japa...
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