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Toyota Visitor Center and Plant Tour Georgetown
Keith, our super smooth tram driver, and Judy, our guide, did an excellent job of keeping us safe and very well informed about the manufacturing process, the cars, and employment opportunities with Toyota.
We visited the Toyota Visitor Centre and Plant tour in October.The tour was very informative and enjoyable.It is very easy and comfortable travelling around the working facility on a train with headsets so we coul...
General Motors Corvette Assembly Plant Bowling Green
Ok...maybe I loved it more than my 14 year old, but it was great...from the history provided by the tour guides to watching the cars rolling along on the assembly line to seeing the birth of several cars as they w...
We were also amazed that one can (with a fee) build the engine for their Corvette or walk through the production line as their car is assembled.
Independent Stave Company - Kentucky Cooperage Lebanon
Ann, our tour guide, and everyone we met here are so passionate about their handcrafted barrels, you will be too.
If you're doing the Bourbon Trail, do yourself a favor and carve out some time to stop and learn how the barrels are made that so heavily influence many of the whiskeys you'll be seeing and tasting.
Ale-8-One Bottling Company Winchester
There is a small gift shop area where you can purchase shirts, hats, bottle openers, salsa, etc.
Tour was very informative and the tour guide did a very good job.
Rebecca Ruth Candy Factory Frankfort
We really enjoyed the factory tour and candy/ gift shop.
The factory tour is nothing special but the candy is very special.
Old Kentucky Chocolates Lexington
If looking for top notch chocolates this is the place, try the Kentucky Derby Mints and Moonshine Truffles!!
An institution in Lexington for more than 50 years; the chocolate shop to stop at whenever you visit the city.
Boone Creek Creamery Lexington
A great hour or two diversion and tour on learning about cheese, How it is made and all things made in Kentucky.
Then we went into the cheese cave and learned about the different varieties of cheese and how they differ from those that are typically sold at the local grocery stores.
Louisville Stoneware Louisville
What a great place with some beautiful stoneware, great ladies to help and suggest, some samples of food for sale, and a free cup of coffee to drink as we perused.
Cathy was our tour guide who was friendly, informative and really loved her job.