VISITING THE BOURBON CAPITAL OF THE WORLD
Awaken your senses and explore the birthplace of Bourbon as you embark on a self-guided journey to discover the story inside every bottle on The Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Meet the Kentucky distillers preserving unparalleled tradition through centuries of dedication, care and craftsmanship. We are your gateway to the best Bourbon brands, flavors and varieties—from the 13 signature distilleries at the helm of Kentucky’s world-famous Bourbon culture, to the 14 craft distilleries using innovative approaches to reimagine a timeless tradition. This is Bourbon. This is Kentucky. Your journey starts here.
Private tours of select stops on and off the bourbon trail are available. Experience the bourbon process from the grain to the smooth delicious taste. Contact us for more info.
Kentucky has some of the most beautiful nature in the world. From Mammoth Caves to Red River Gorge and from Bernheim Forest to Mega Caverns, come see it all!
Mammoth Cave National Park is in the U.S. state of Kentucky. It’s home to the Mammoth Cave, a long cave system of chambers and subterranean passageways. Sites include the Frozen Niagara section, known for waterfall-like flowstone formations, and Gothic Avenue, its ceiling covered in 19th-century visitors’ signatures. Trails take in other park features like the Green and Nolin rivers and the sinkholes of Cedar Sink.
Known as the “Niagara of the South,” Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is named after the largest waterfall south of the Niagara. 125 ft wide wall of water drops into a boulder-strewn gorge. With a full moon and clear night sky you can see the “moonbow,” a (lunar rainbow) that appears in the base of the waterfall.
The National Corvette Museum showcases the Chevrolet Corvette, an American sports car that has been in production since 1953.
Kentucky’s Stonehenge is the creation of Munfordville native, Chester Fryer. After scouring over 1000 acres of nearby Hatcher Valley, Fryer relocated nearly every large rock he could find in order to create his masterpiece.
Cave Hill Cemetery is a 296-acre Victorian era National Cemetery and arboretum located at 701 Baxter Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky, United States. Its main entrance is on Baxter Avenue and there is a secondary one on Grinstead Drive.
The Mega Cavern is a former limestone mine in Louisville, Kentucky. The cave stretches under parts of the Watterson Expressway and the Louisville Zoo. It features the world's only underground zipline system and a BMX park inside the cave.
Kentucky Down Under is an Australia-themed animal park located in Horse Cave, Kentucky, United States. In 1990, the park was opened by Bill and Judy Austin to the public.
The Red River Gorge is a canyon system on the Red River in east-central Kentucky. Geologically, it is part of the Pottsville Escarpment. One of the most beautiful views in the world.
My Old Kentucky Home State Park is a state park located in Bardstown, Kentucky. The park’s centerpiece is Federal Hill, a farm owned by United States Senator John Rowan in 1795.
Churchill Downs, located on Central Avenue in south Louisville, Kentucky, United States, is a Thoroughbred racetrack most famous for annually hosting the Kentucky Derby.
The Kentucky Derby Museum is an American Thoroughbred horse racing museum located on the grounds of Churchill Downs in Louisville, Kentucky.
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, is a museum and factory tour attraction located in Louisville, Kentucky’s “Museum Row”, part of the West Main District of downtown.
Kentucky Kingdom is an amusement park in Louisville, Kentucky. The 63-acre park includes a collection of amusement rides and a water park named Hurricane Bay.
The largest go kart track in the world, with fun for the whole family. Plus Kiddie Karts, Miniature Golf, Batting Cages, Bumper Boats and a huge Arcade.
Fort Knox is a United States Army post in Kentucky, south of Louisville and north of Elizabethtown. It is also the site of the United States Bullion Depository, which is used to house a large portion of the United States’ official gold reserves.
The Muhammad Ali Center is a non-profit museum and cultural center in Louisville, Kentucky. Dedicated to boxer Muhammad Ali, a native of Louisville, it is located in the city’s West Main District.
In the fall of 1808, Thomas and Nancy Lincoln settled on Sinking Spring Farm. Two months later on February 12, 1809, Abraham Lincoln was born there in a one-room log cabin. Today this site bears the address of 2995 Lincoln Farm Road, Hodgenville, Kentucky.
Ark Encounter is a replication of Noah’s Ark! The to scale version of this Biblical event is a breathtaking must. Walk through all 3 decks depicting the Biblical tale of Noah’s Ark, with interactive exhibits & zoo.
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