Civil War Sightseeing

Millions of people travel to see American Civil War sites every year. Some of the most popular landmarks visited annually include big-name battlefields like Manassas in Virginia and Gettysburg. But it’s important to remember that there can be a lot … Continue reading

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48 Hours in the Bourbon Capital of the World

It’s no surprise that Bardstown has been named one of the most beautiful small towns in America more than once. With several well-known bourbon distilleries, wineries, and historic sites, Kentucky’s second-oldest town has a lot to offer the modern American … Continue reading

Before the Bourbon Distillery

There’s no doubt about it — the Bourbon industry is booming these days. And when you’re the Bourbon Capital of the World®, that’s a really great thing. From varying mash bills to levels of barrel char, each of Bardstown’s distilleries … Continue reading

Cocktail Week

Bardstown’s Inaugural Cocktail Week, April 27-30 Bardstown’s inaugural Cocktail Week takes place April 27-30 and features innovative cocktails and distillery/restaurant pairings. Additionally, purchase your $25 wristband at participating restaurants or the Welcome Center. The wristband allows you to purchase $5 … Continue reading