Today we're in Danville, Ky, where you can marvel at the statues and flowers in beautiful Constitution Square (where Kentucky began!) before strolling downtown shops, galleries and restaurants. Grab some good eats and explore your own creativity, then toast your newly created work of art with a tour and taste at Wilderness Trail Distillery. Cap off the night with an outdoor concert at Pioneer Playhouse as you start planning your next getaway!
Constitution Square Historic Site
Constitution Square Historic Site was the birthplace of Kentucky's statehood. In 1776, Kentucky was still part of the frontier and a county of Virginia. The Wilderness Road, blazed by Daniel Boone, led pioneers through the Cumberland Gap and into Central Kentucky. Danville's prominent location on the Wilderness Road caused it to become a crossroad for early settlers, and a center of political activity.
Old-fashioned bakery serving a variety of cookies, breads, donuts & filled pastries. Famous salt-rising bread, doughnuts, and gingerbread men make this a daily stop for anyone visiting Danville.
Art Center of the Bluegrass
Lisi’s Art Lab – a creative space designed just for kids. Read a book about art. Paint a picture. Build a sculpture. Located on the second floor of the Art Center of the Bluegrass, Lisi’s Lab is a place to let your child’s imagination run wild.
Wilderness Trail Distillery
Wilderness Trail is open for tours with your safety and theirs in mind. Their tours sizes are smaller to allow for social distancing. They offer an hour-long tour with outdoor tastings offered at the tour’s conclusion.
Check out reservations on their website.
Kentucky's oldest outdoor theater is a great place to take in theater productions and live music. Check out their website for their annual schedule.