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Horses, Hooch & History – It’s what Kentucky is all about 

Explore the world of horses and bourbon on your Horses, Hooch & History Tour. Enjoy the sights, sounds, smells and tastes that are what Kentucky’s all about!

Experience a day in the life of a Thoroughbred race horse. Learn about the care and training that go into the making of  Thoroughbred champions when you visit a Lexington area Thoroughbred horse farm.

Then it’s on to one of Kentucky’s famous bourbon distilleries. Watch the masters at work and observe the art of distilling bourbon, still being practiced much as it has been for the past 200 years. Sample “America’s Official Native Spirit” and discover why Kentucky is the leading producer of this savory, amber nectar know as Kentucky Bourbon. You’ll walk away a fan.

Our certified tour guides will share the history, lore and little-known legends of some of Lexington’s elite and often notorious residents as you drive through the rolling hills of the Bluegrass. Ask them anything!

$95 per person includes a delicious “Kentucky Proud”  lunch of local fare with a local flare!                                                                       We support our local farms and the restaurants that use their products.

Reservations are required. The itinerary will vary based on attraction availability.

Currently scheduled  2017 tours:  

October 20th, 21st & 24th.

 

10 AM – 3 PM    —   It’s the best $95 you’ll spending on touring anywhere

Don’t see a date that works for you? Contact us for availability! 

This tour requires a minimum of 4 guests, and may be cancelled if minimums are not met. Call for details.

Convenient local hotel pickups:

Marriott Griffin Gate Resort, Embassy Suites and Clarion Hotel on Newtown Pike

Hyatt Regency and Downtown Hilton in Downtown Lexington

The Campbell House on South Broadway and Holiday Inn Express on Export.

Give us a call at (859) 252-5744 or reserve online: Reserve a Horses, Hooch & History Tour

For more information about historic Kentucky Bourbon, visit the Kentucky Bourbon Trail® at www.kybourbontrail.com

One comment

  1. “Horses Hooch and History tour”

    I was traveling alone and booked this trip the day before I arrived. The tour guide Bruce was wonderful, and seemed to take into consideration I was alone (and not a part of the other group on the bus) and was kind enough to sit with me and have lunch once we hit the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
    I was the only one in the group who didn’t know a thing about horses, and I still loved visiting the Darby Dan farm. The tour gave me a feel for the deep tradition of horse-racing in Kentucky, and I would highly recommend the horse farm tour as a definite must.

    The “hooch” part of the tour was Buffalo Trace Distillery, and not only did Bluegrass provide an excellent tour guide, but we were also lucky enough to have a wonderful guide at the Distillery, too.

    I learned more about Bourbon than I thought possible, and the taste testing part was the most fun! 😉

    If you’re in the Lexington area and want to see the area to get a feel for what it’s really like, I recommend the Horses & Hooch tour. It gives you a chance to experience a little bit of everything in a comfortable van with a fun tour guide.

    Comment by Beth B on September 29, 2015 at 2:27 pm

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