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The Copper & Kings Distillery Tour and Tasting
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The Copper & Kings Distillery Tour and Tasting
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Delve into Louisville’s flourishing distilling scene when you embark on a tour of Copper & Kings. A celebrated brandy producer located in the center of town, Copper & Kings mingles Kentucky’s distilling heritage with innovative new techniques to produce its award-winning spirits. During a behind-the-scenes tour, you’ll see its barrel room and pot stills, will sample several different spirits, and will walk away with a commemorative glass. Numerous daily tour times are offered to best suit your schedule.
$17.00 per adult
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Originally built around 1792, the house has been carefully restored and now represents the early 1800s. The house and grounds are very interesting, with furniture and decoration that lets you see what life would have been like 200 years ago. The people that have visited Locust
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Really hands on museum about this interesting home, it’s owners and their famous visitors like George Rogers Clark, Lewis & Clarke and several presidents. We got a private tour of the home and grounds and it’s gorgeous. Friendly tour guides and a little gift shop too!
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Upon a recommendation from a local librarian, we headed to Locust Grove. Behold! Who was William Clark’s older brother? Why, General George Rogers Clark, key to the eventual annexation of the Illinois territory in the late 1700s. The home and property belonged to his sister
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This place has a fantastic chronological history of George Rogers Clark, Louisville, and Locust Grove. There are so many things to see and do in the museum. There is a film to also give you some perspective on the home and its history. The home is a wonderful trip back in
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We were doing a Weekend Get Away and had time on Sunday to visit. Our only problem was a down pour when we were finishing the main house. We had to use umbrellas provided to see the out buildings. Really found the history of the people of the house very interesting. Located
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