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The tour was great and very informative. I learned things I would have never known about them. Our tour guide was great she even informed us about a local festival going on down the road if we wanted to go. The grounds are beautiful and...More
Went to take the tour to find out they didn't have anymore for the day. Asked to visit the gift shop and were told we had to pay a fee to enter the grounds. Explained we just wanted to visit the gift shop, only, and...More
Maker's Mark distillery tour is first come first serve. A waiting line may exist, we waited only 15 minutes tried in the summer and was unable to get it. . Till your group called you can walk the grounds, get a sandwich or have coffee....More
We both enjoyed the tour and tasting. The property is beautiful. The tour guide was very informative. The only problem is GPS does not get you to this location. They need signs to help along the way. We asked locals who said this happens all...More
We did the Jim Beam tour first then went over to Maker Marks. Night and day difference on tour and taste of bourbon. They need to provide water when it comes to sampling their different bourbon, after the second tasting it tastes all the same...More
We were expecting a very large, commercial production here and we were stunned by the beauty of the land and the curation of the tour. This ended up being out absolute favorite stop on the Bourbon Trail. And... THERE'S ACTUALLY BOURBON HERE! One of the...More
Visited while passing through the area, well worth a stop. Being a long time Makers Mark fan it was interesting to see the distillery firsthand and do Tastings. Be sure to sign up for the Makers Mark fan club and get your name on your...More
Very scenic with organized tours. Maker's is very popular/ busy but it's done well. Great tour with Ben. He was very knowledgeable. I don't even care for bourbon but hearing Ben's description made my mouth water.
Enjoy the beautiful grounds, the historic factory, and they'll...More
We had long wanted to make a trip to Kentucky to visit some of the world famous distilleries. Maker's Mark was our first tour. We enjoyed the pristine grounds and the tour. (Note: The tour guide kept telling stories and then saying "oh that is...More