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Louisville Mega Cavern Louisville
Paige and Johnmark were amazing guides through the zip line course in the cave, full of facts about the history of the caves, and super fun! it is a must try for anyone in the Louisville area
We really enjoyed this place, it's pretty amazing, be sure to take the tour, we did both tours, the electric bike tour was lots of fun, got to do a little more exploring on the bikes, very cool, take a jacket and...
James E. Pepper Distillery Lexington
Brand new OLD distillery right in Lexington’s new Distillery District, it’s right in line with other great restaurants and Crank and Boom ice cream (YAY) Great tour and some great details and history of the brand,...
Located in downtown Lexington’s Manchester Street Distillery District along Town Branch, you can park your car and walk to two distilleries as well as several bars and restaurants.
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The Great American Dollhouse Museum Danville
What I appreciated most was the gift shop where you can see and purchase lots of amazing hand crafted by a local artisan that work as pieces for a dollhouse or even just as a keepsake or collectible.
I visited the Great American Dollhouse Museum just to explore the gift shop but instead spent a fun afternoon learning about the museum and getting to know Lori its director.
Crystal Onyx Cave Cave City
The cave have beautiful formations and the owners added their own unique touches to make it even more spectacular.
I would highly recommend anyone visiting Mammoth Cave National Park also plan to see Crystal Onyx Cave.
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum (Conrad's Castle) Louisville
We have toured castles and mansions in many cities, and the Conrad-Caldwell home was a great find, The "castle" has been so well maintained over the years, it is an authentic step back in time.
Throughly enjoyed the well over an hour tour and trip back in history hosted by a family member who’s relatives lived in and built this historic home.
Swope's Cars of Yesteryear Museum Elizabethtown
We spent an enjoyable and memorable two hours here.
Very cool place -a hidden treasure
The National Quilt Museum Paducah
Helpful staff, nice quiet museum that you can tour at your own pace, the gift shop is reasonable and had some fun things in it!
... quilts, stained glass pieces and other sculptures are so painstakingly created, you will find yourself spending more than hour carefully studying the stitching, embroidery and appliqué of these beautiful quilts.
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Limestone Branch Distillery Lebanon
It's off the beaten path, but once you've made your way to Marion County, Kentucky -- home of Maker's Mark and the Independent Stave barrel cooperage (the latter is open only on weekdays, and tours are limited but...
... was laid back and very friendly.Our group really enjoyed the info session in the distillery,especially the gin as well as the bourbon.In the tasting room,we were treated to many tasty varieties of their bourbon.
Dueling Barrels Brewery & Distillery Pikeville
We loved learning about the Irish-Appalachian connection, the short movie about the Hatfield and McCoy feud, the tour, and tasting of the different beers and spirits at the end.
I tried a sampling of their beers and was blown away by the selection and especially the Bourbon Barrel Ales!! Returned on the second day of our 2 day trip to Pikeville and took a tour.....tried a new Seasonal Ale...
National Corvette Museum Bowling Green
When in the Bowling Green area, be sure to visit the National Corvette Museum which has over 80 Corvettes on display: all the model years, Indy 500 pace cars, U.S. racing cars, and one-of-a-kind prototypes.
Honoring "America's Sports Car" since 1953, this museum is filled with beautiful Corvettes, fun facts, a section devoted to the infamous sinkhole, a cute Corvette Café and a huge gift shop filled with Corvette mem...
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Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory Louisville
We went after 6 to take advantage of the 1/2 Thursday deal Still a great tour to see how bats are made, gift shop is amazing and the personalized bats are a treasured gift Must see for baseball lovers
... displays, an exhibit where you can pose with bats used by sluggers from your favorite team ( I used a David Ortiz bat), and a gift shop where you can custom order your own Louisville Slugger and ship it home.
Mary Todd Lincoln House Lexington
Our tour guide, Mary Beth, was interesting and informative and had an impressive knowledge of Mary Todd Lincoln, her family, and the Civil War era.
Tom led this very interesting one-hour tour of Mary Todd Lincoln's home, which includes many original Todd family items.
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Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co Louisville
Great tour, very engaging hosts, and the owner stopped in to share some stories.
Kentucky Peerless Distillery has by far my favorite story of any distillery on the bourbon trail.
West Sixth Brewing Lexington
The free tour was more than fantastic, so detailed with brewing information and the backstory and super funny/entertaining tour guide!
Awesome brewery, great beer, and excellent tour!
Angel's Envy Distillery Louisville
Loved the tour as it gave a great combo of family and company history, the steps of distilling, a great facility, humor, friendly staff, a bar, and of course, a great bourbon tasting.
We took a tour this week with another couple and loved our time spent learning about the history of bourbon, listening to our hilarious tour guide, Russel, and enjoying their beautiful facility.
Lexington Brewing & Distilling Co. Lexington
Great tour with Jim! Excellent tastings and info, I highly recommend the tour for anyone who enjoys bourbon and/or beer.
He was very informative; but most importantly, warm and entertaining with a fantastic sense of humor!!!! My work mates and I wanted to experience a distillery on the Bourbon Trail - we picked a doozie!!
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Old Forester Distilling Louisville
This was a great place to kick off our Bourbon Trail Weekend!! OF does a great job with their new consumer experience - it's beautiful and informative- loved the cooperage demonstration!!!
A group of me and my buddies went for our 30th bdays and toured a number of distilleries in all (Buffalo Trace, Woodford, Angels Envy, Bulliet, Heaven Hill and Makers Mark) and this was so cool in a different way.
Boone County Distilling Company Independence
Great place to visit, beautiful facility, friendly and knowledgeable staff, and AMAZING PRODUCT - bourbon was OUTSTANDING!
We got super lucky and scored Jack as our initial tour guide ... then Jill guided us through the the Bourbon, Tanner's Curse and my fav-Bourbon Cream.
Purple Toad Winery Paducah
The Black Honey and Lauren's Blackberry are my favorite but there is a good variety with something for everyone!
I travel to Paducah every April for the AQS quilt show & usually spend a couple of hours sipping wine & relaxing in this lovely setting with friends.
Evan Williams Bourbon Experience Louisville
I would highly recommend this "Traditional tour" experience- great tour guide Charlie and very educational- who knew that the corn that my family could send our corn straight to Evan Williams and then come drin...
George, our guide, was articulate, knowledgeable and proud of the bourbon the company produced, including the single barrel production at the downtown Louisville facility.
Badgett Playhouse Grand Rivers
Our Church has a Senior Ministry and we visit The Badgett Theatre several times a year in Grand Rivers, Ky it is quite a distance and we are close to Princeton, Indiana and hope they start having more shows there,...
This was the 2nd time we had been to the Badgett Playhouse and we absolutely enjoyed every minute of the show (Variety - Christmas Show).
Bluegrass Distillers Lexington
We had a great time and sampled the products but the best part was buying a single barrel bourbon and filling it yourself direct from the barrel and sticking the labels on, brilliant
The great part of Bluegrass is they are small, they make great bourbon, and they take the time to ensure everyone has a good experience.
St Mary's Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption Covington
An absolutely beautiful church
well worth the visit
Copper & Kings American Brandy Distillery Louisville
We were pleasantly surprised to learn there is so much more to Copper & Kings than making spirits and really appreciated its progressive and inclusive mission that extends to things like butterflies and music.
Informative, upbeat and fun tour with Missy.Tasted samples of three different types of brandy in a colorful tasting room with cool art.
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Muhammad Ali Center Louisville
... prepared for the modern, interactive, multi-level center that captured the essence of the man from his early childhood through his Olympian glory and heavy-weight championships to his battle with Parkinson's.
Whether you lived through the Muhammad Ali years or are too young to remember him, this is a place where you will be impressed/ reassured with how this man thought and learned throughout his life.
Casey Jones Distillery Hopkinsville
There is alot of green grass to stretch your legs, pond to relax by, waterfall to enjoy the soothing sound, great tour of history and current production of Moonshine, wonderful gift shop and bar area to purchase t...
When you drive up it like a beautiful farm with cows in a pasture with awesome trees you walk in we were greeted and by the owners and shown the show room and had some wonderful sampling ( moonrita's made with lig...
Kentucky Artisan Center at Berea Berea
A great place to visit if you're local and if you're a weary traveler Pros: Nice restrooms and a cafe Local artists exhibits Great place for gifts and souvenirs Nice dog walking area Cons: I really wish they sold...
Between a wide assortment of many types of arts and crafts to a good cafeteria and clean restrooms, this is a great place for a short (or longer) stop-over along I-75 if you want to stretch your legs or grab a bit...
21c Museum Hotel Louisville
You just feel as if you are in some trendy European cafe and yet you are in downtown Louisville.
It was wonderful to wander around and enjoy the art!
The Speed Art Museum Louisville
I visited on the free Sunday and the new Speed Art Museum felt welcoming and filled with people of all ages and races.
We spent $94: $34 for admission and the special exhibition, $28 in the gift shop, $8 for for parking, and $24 for lunch.
Lux Row Distillers Bardstown
This site is brand new, with state-of-the-art equipment for the distilling of spirits, a beautifully appointed tasting room and gift shop, warm and very welcoming staff, a gorgeous and stately rickhouse, peacocks...
... we were pleased to learn their company HQ is in our town but are sure glad the Lux family had the vision to build their modern state of the distiller's art facility in the historic heart of KY Bourbon country.