La Grange, Kentucky is a small town with big appeal. Recently featured in the HGTV series, “Home Town Kickstart,” you can explore Main Street with trains that run right through downtown. Enjoy a Kentucky Horse Farm Picnic at Hermitage Farm, a Buffalo Farm Hay Wagon Ride and a Bourbon tour and tasting at the Kentucky Artisan Distillery and more, right here in the Farm Tour Capital of Kentucky.
This is a great getaway featuring the Woodsongs Radio Show, a little American history, a distillery tour and thoroughbred horses everywhere – you’ll even have dinner with a horse.
Now in its 11th year, Louisville’s Jack O’Lantern Spectacular was become a “must-see” event of the Halloween season. Stroll the winding paths of Iroquois Park where the majestic woods are filled with more than 5,000 carved pumpkins in themed settings. This also includes the Derby Dinner Playhouse, a ghost tour at the Conrad-Caldwell House and Halloween Hatitude at the Derby Museum.
Come on down to Western Kentucky where Bill Monroe’s Blue Moon is Shining. Tour the Bluegrass Hall of Fame and discover an evening of music called Friday After 5:00. Travel down to Muhlenberg Country then up on the hill to Bill Monroe’s Homeplace. You’ll find music on the river, on the porch, in the barn, at a Private Concert and at Sunday Brunch. Why this tour has more music than most Branson Trips.
It begins at Churchill Downs with horse racing and bourbon. Then you motor west to The Birthplace of Bluegrass Music and home of Bill Monroe before rolling into Music City Nashville. for the Grand Ole Opry. This week long adventure is filled with good times, call now and book a date for your group.
Eastern Kentucky is a remote region of this great land filled with small towns, surrounded by wooded hillsides and occupied by a industrious people with music in the souls Come visit this gifted region, enjoy the music and legends.
This tour spends all of it’s time near the Ark, it does not have Cincinnati Attractions, rather it is focused solely on these two major attractions, with lodging near the Ark and an evening of entertainment at the the Barnwood Bravo Theater of Kelli’s Homestead Restaurant.
Come learn about the McCoy Feud from the Kentucky side of the line, listen to a storyteller on the Country Music Highway, discover the roots of Bluegrass, enjoy dinner from a Moonlit balcony one night and learn about the Moonshine process while eating a stolen pig dinner the next.
Come explore Eastern Kentucky from the Bluegrass region known for thoroughbred horse farms to the hills Appalachia known for remote Coal Camps. This tour includes music, train rides, fine food and a fair bit of history.
This new tour combines the historic grace of the Boone Tavern Hotel with a visit to America’s newest faith based attraction -The Ark. It also features the arts and music of Appalachia. Your days are filled with both artistic and divine inspiration. Then your evenings are filled with enough Bluegrass Music and Southern Cooking to have your lips and toes tap-smacking a duet.