Bluegrass, Bourbon, Horses and Boone
Kentucky Bourbon Experiences
If you want to taste Kentucky bourbon and see how distilling is done, there are no wrong turns with Kentucky Bourbon Experiences.
Kentucky Bourbon Trail® Craft Tour
With stops at 19 superb small-batch distilleries, the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® Craft Tour is proof that it pays to venture off the beaten path.
Discover all that is quintessentially Kentucky on this east-west roadway – from Louisville’s buzzing bourbon and culinary scene to the proud musical and cultural heritage of the Appalachian Mountains.
Highlights along this highway include Kentucky Horse Park, the original KFC and Cumberland Falls – but there are many more sights, sounds and local bites to savor along the way.
Country Ham Trail
A savory Southern specialty for breakfast, lunch or dinner, country ham is one of Kentucky’s favorite foods.
Fried Chicken Trail
From the original KFC to soul food joints to fine dining, sink your teeth into some of the best fried chicken in America.
Tap into Kentucky’s ever-growing craft beer scene in and around Lexington.
Bon Appetit Appalachia Kentucky
Get a taste of Kentucky mountain culture and traditions, from farm to table.
Kentucky Lincoln Heritage Trail
Abraham Lincoln lived in Kentucky for the first seven years of his life, and that period left a lifelong impression on the future leader.
Daniel Boone was an explorer and hero of American pioneer history, the preeminent symbol for America's westward movement across its first frontier.
The Bluegrass Parkway winds through the knobs of central Kentucky where Abraham Lincoln was born, and travels onward through Bourbon Country amid rolling hills of the bluegrass that give the roadway its name.
This parkway travels through the heart of Kentucky’s Daniel Boone Country, where adventure waits around every bend.
Civil War Heritage Trail
Kentucky's Civil War Heritage Trail was created to observe the sesquicentennial of the American Civil War, and includes 36 historic and interpretive sites around the state – from battlefields and cemeteries to the birthplaces of Abraham Lincoln and Jefferson Davis.