Bourbon Distilling Returns to Lexington
Town Branch Bourbon Now Open
Visit the newest addition to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail- the distillery home to Town Branch Bourbon now open in Lexington. Town Branch Bourbon takes its name from the underground aquifer that runs through downtown and on which Lexington was founded.
Learn more about distillery tours in the Region…
Tantalize Your Taste Buds
Explore Unique Dining Experiences
Georgetown's newly renovated Lock & Key Cafe offers you the chance to dine in an old bank vault. Check out the Glitz Nonesuch near Versailles, housed in a 32,000 square foot antques shop, which has been featured in Southern Living for its fairyland decor and dishes featuring local products.
For more on unique dining in the Bluegrass...
To enjoy the events of the Bluegrass!
Keeneland Race Course Spring Meet, Lexington- Apr. 5-26
International Kite and Culture Festival, Georgetown- Apr. 20-21
Oaks Day Festival at Buffalo Trace Distillery, Frankfort- May 3
Calendar of events…
Expect the Unexpected
When you visit Lexington's Visitor Center
From a bourbon still to a "blue horse," the new Lexington's Visitor Center immerses you in the Bluegrass Experience. Located on Main Street in the Victorian Square Shoppes, this visitor's center, like others throughout the region, is an invaluable resource in planning your excursions with videos, brochures, maps, and Bluegrass memorabilia.
Find more information on Visitor's Centers across the Region...
Español | Deutsch | Français | Italiano | 日本語
Translation is provided as a service, but may contain errors which are not the responsibility of the website owner or developer.