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Try the Haunted Tours of Bardstown this October

With a history dating back to the 1700’s, Bardstown has a few ghostly stories in its past. Visitors today enjoy hearing them on haunted tours and walks offered this October. On the Bardstown Ghost Trek take a tour through the historic town and to three haunted locations for a spine-tingling evening. While My Old Kentucky

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Bardstown for the Arts “Beyond the Bourbon” Exhibit

Bardstown blends the perfect mix of arts and fine bourbon every September. Bardstown for the Arts and their Gallery on the Square is a space where local artists and craftspeople display and sell their beautiful creations. The gallery’s “Beyond the Bourbon” exhibit invites employees of the bourbon industry to show off their artistic talents. It’s a

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Enjoy a Historic Tour of Bardstown

Bardstown has a rich past and a historic tour of the town is a must when visiting. Founded in the late 1700’s, Bardstown is the second-oldest town in Kentucky and full of pioneer, Civil War and of course, bourbon history. Step back in time visiting historic homes, jails, cemeteries and stage coach stops. Continue your

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After Bourbon Tasting in Beautiful Bardstown Kentucky

Visitors journey to Bardstown to sample the smooth amber libation, but what is there to do after bourbon tastings? The article What to Do the Day After a Distillery Tour in The Bourbon Capital of the World® has great tips on fully enjoying your Bardstown getaway. After sipping smooth silky bourbon enjoy a filling meal, fresh

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Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest has New Giant Sculptures

Celebrating their 90th anniversary, The Bernheim Arboretum & Research Forest has special events, hikes, and talks planned all throughout 2019. However it’s the new, large residents getting all the attention. Discover the forest giant family while strolling a 2-mile loop. These towering, kind-faced sculptures are the newest addition to the 16,137 acres of pristine forest. The

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