Spring

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