Head on over to the Kentucky Bourbon Trail’s O.Z. Tyler Distillery where you’ll learn and taste how O.Z. Tyler is making bourbon unlike anywhere else in the world through a speed-aging process. Tradition meets innovation at this new Kentucky Bourbon Trail distillery. Here you’ll enjoy a tour and tasting where you’ll learn about how this historic bourbon distillery was brought back to life.
Grab lunch at the locals favorite Old Hickory BBQ. Try the mutton and burgoo.
Just a 30-minute drive away, check out the Bill Monroe Homeplace and museum where bluegrass music was invented.
Check into one of our hotels located on Highway 54 with the Courtyard Marriot, or the Towneplace Suites.
Grab a bourbon or wine at Legends Sports Bar or SIP Wine Room.
Enjoy a bourbon inspired meal at Colby’s Fine Food and Spirits or Bill’s Restaurant.
It’s time to visit the Bluegrass Music Hall of Fame and Museum to catch a show and tour the museum. Home to the only bluegrass music hall of fame, this brand-new facility hosts world-class bluegrass, newgrass and Americana artists every weekend in its 450 seat state-of-the art theater. While you’re there catching a show, check out the hall of fame and the incredible exhibits dedicated to the home of bluegrass music.
Time for a nightcap at Spirits, one of the largest bourbon bars in America. It’s located in the basement of The Miller House. This historic Sears-Roebuck house was brought back to life in 2008 when it was transformed into a fine southern cuisine restaurant. Each dining room is decorated with a different color and unique art. Located in the basement of The Miller House, Spirits is a cozy little bar with an eclectic mix of patrons. Anyone coming to Spirits for the first time will surely feel right at home. As a bourbon-focused bar, they always have more than 600 bourbons in stock, making it one of the largest Bourbon Bars in the United States.