• Prohibition Trail and Tales Tour

  • Three Days/Two Nights.
    Louisville is awash in bourbon. And beer. It’s a drinking person’s town, due in no small part to the state’s bourbon heritage, the city’s nickname-namesake brewery, Falls City, and that little horse race called the Kentucky Derby. But there’s more to this town than brown liquor, local breweries, and racetracks. Louisville is rich with history and lore.

  • Suggested Itinerary, but Tour Will Be Customized

  • Galt House Hotel

    Perched on the banks of the Ohio River and loaded in history this property will provide your accommodations during the tour.  Add an optional guided tour and learn about the history of this hotel whose name has long associated with gracious hospitality and Southern style. The tour requires walking.

  • The Troll Pub

    Evening dinner at Troll under the Bridge. The Troll Pub is located on the site of the original Galt House, built in 1834, but ravaged by fire in 1865. Later built as a Railroad headquarters, the original basement was used to store Bourbon and other illegal spirits. You will dine on tables made out of beams from the Original Galt that still show signs of fire.

  • Moonshine and Madness Tour
    of Old Louisville

    Treat your group to a tour of the Old Louisville of the Roaring 20s and the Fabulous 30s when flappers, moon shiners and gangsters kept the neighborhood hopping with scandal and intrigue.  You''l have an entertaining narrator.  Tour includes Happy Balls, homemade bourbon balls.

  • Frazier Arms Museum

    Brand new prohibition and Kentucky exhibit at Frazier Arms Museum. The exhibit will retrace the rise of the anti-liquor movement through the repeal of the 18th Amendment in 1933.

  • Evan Williams Bourbon Experience®

    Invites you to travel back in time to 1933 to celebrate the end of Prohibition in Louisville. Guests will gain access to the basement Speakeasy through a faux safe door in the wall.  Guests must be of legal drinking age to enter the Speakeasy.

  • Kentucky Peerless Distilling Co.

    Experience honest Kentucky spirits: grain to bottle. Guests will receive a tour that will you through the entire process of bourbon making, all the way through bottling. The facilities are beautiful, and guests will be able to see the mash percolating in front of them.

  • Bristol Bar and Grille

    Dinner at the Bristol Bar and Grille puts your group right in the middle of Main Street which was once known as Whiskey Row. Dinner will be a buffet of all things Kentucky.

  • Heaven Hill Bourbon Heritage Center

    Features a state-of-the-art visitor center and working rickhouse. Enjoy a tutored tasting in the barrel-shaped “Taste of Heaven” tasting room.

  • Oscar Geotz Museum of Whiskey History

    Displays a 50 year collection of rare artifacts and documents concerning the American whiskey industry dating from pre-Colonial days to post-Prohibition years.

  • Kurtz’s Restaurant

    Though the train is not currently in operation, you can still dine on one of the rail cars. A miner joins you to regale the history and importance of the mining in this area.

  • Jim Beam’s American Outpost

    Visit the world’s largest bourbon distiller and one of the stops on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. Learn all about Jim Beam bourbon and
    the Beam family heritage at the American Outpost.

  • Conrad Caldwell House

    Tour and dinner, 20’s style, with the ghost at Conrad Caldwell House, one of the finest examples of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture, the masterpiece of famed local architect Arthur Loomis of Clarke & Loomis.

  • Other Options:

  • Schimpff’s Confectionery

    Your group will meet the owners and see a candy making demonstration that will have your mouths watering. While there, try one of their sumptuous bourbon balls.

  • Bulleit Frontier Whiskey Experience

    Originally opened on Derby Day in 1935 the Stitzel-Weller Distillery is one of the true cathedrals of the American whiskey industry.

  • Old 502 Winery

    Sample several award winning local wines at Kentucky’s only urban winery conveniently located in the heart of downtown Louisville.

  • Seelbach Hilton

    Opened in 1905, the legendary Seelbach Hilton has hosted gangsters, politicians, and celebrities for generations.