Walton in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Distilleries. Discover best things to do in Walton with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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5 based on 71 reviews
Boone County Distilling is a small craft bourbon distillery, in Boone County Kentucky. Join us on a one hour tour where you will discover our rich history and have a behind-the-scenes look at our spirits production and 800-barrel rick house. We conclude our tour in the tasting room/gift shop with a complimentary tasting of our products. Tours run at 12:30pm, 2:00pm, & 3:30pm Wednesday-Sunday.
The Ky. Bourbon Trail(promotional organization) has added a B-line or secondary tour of micro or boutique distilleries to their line-up - this is one(as is New Riff in Newport). True, as the one "poor" comment indicated, it is a warehouse(new building) with a still and...MoreThanks for coming to see us bassbum! We appreciate your review and kind words. Hope to see you again soon. Cheers!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
Not a huge wine selection, but what's there is pretty good. Friendly folks run the winery and the scenery is beautiful.
4.5 based on 8 reviews
New winery just 30 minutes south of downtown Cincinnati, Ohio. A nice drive down I-75 into the Kentucky countryside. Brianza Gardens and Winery offers wedding spots and wedding reception. The winery offers vineyard tours, wine tasting, indoor and outdoor event space. I recommend trying the Cabernet Sauvignon.
5 based on 148 reviews
Looking for something fun and exciting to do? Our escape rooms are challenging, engaging, and fun for all ages! Find clues. Solve puzzles. Crack codes. One hour to escape! Our room themes include: The Wild West, The Shipwreck, Cabin in the Woods, The Assassin's Code, the Graveyard Escape, and our 30-minute kids only game, Jr. Sherlock! Book online or give us a call to schedule your next adventure!
We were newbies at escape rooms. I never even heard of it until I saw it on Trip Advisor the same morning we booked. The staff member was patient with us even though we had no clue what we were doing. The room design was very well done, and the puzzles were very challenging. We didn’t escape successfully, but it was a fun experience. Good way to spend quality time with your teenagers.
4 based on 135 reviews
Big Bone Lick State Historic Site is recognized as the birthplace of American vertebrate paleontology for it's significant role in the development of scientific thought regarding extinction and the relationship of geology and paleontology the world over. The park has been named a National Natural Landmark by the U.S. Secretary of the Interior. The park is famous for its combination of salt springs and late Pleistocene bone beds. Ancient creatures like the mammoth, mastodon, and ground sloth prehistorically visited the mineral springs, swamps, and bogs that are now grassy plains covered with trees and shrubs.
Attended Big Bone Lick State Park with my daughter and grandchildren. The Bison Trail was well worth going, and the kids really enjoyed seeing the Bison up close while they were grazing. We also went to the museum and gift shop and it was delightful.
5 based on 16 reviews
Highest circulating library in Kentucky with outstanding popular collection, plus numerous educational and entertaining programs. Admission is free. Visitors can access computers with valid out of state license. Enjoy newspaper & magazine collections in pleasant indoor reading spaces or outdoor garden. Genealogy buffs will find major area local databases & records to update family histories.
I've been a library kinda guy since I was a little kid. This branch of the Kenton County Public Library is superb. There's tons of free parking, an abundance of staff, copy services, computer access and a plethora of books, videos, and music. I recommend this for doing research online or just plain escaping from the outside world into a book.
4.5 based on 2 reviews
It is also called the Abner Gaines House. The history of this historical house and farm is quite fascinating. You can take a fascinating tour of the house and out buildings. It is very easy to find even thought it is a little bit off the beaten path. It is one of those places that is right in your own neighborhood but you never visit. The City of Walton, KY recently purchased it so that it could be properly maintained. The State of KY recently installed the brown highway signs indicating that the property is now on the State Historical List. The tours are given by docents in period costume. The Gaines Tavern House has various events throughout the year such as vintage car shows, vintage clothing displays, art on the lawn and ice cream socials. I think the tour cost maybe two or three dollars. But you can walk around the grounds for free. Well worth a visit!!
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Award winning Antique Mall offering an amazing selection of antiques, collectables, furniture, and home decor items, all displayed in a comfortable 50,000 square foot showroom.
This antique mall is quite large and always has interesting hard-to-find items tucked in here and there. All merchandise is in good shape, and most prices are reasonable. It's one of the best antique malls in the Greater Cincinnati area. Plus easy parking!
4 based on 2 reviews
We attended the races last evening and enjoyed watching them very much. We really liked how quickly the cars were on the track for each race. They do bags of beer with ice to keep the cans cold which was nice. The funnel cakes were very good and the only food we had there. The stands were very dilapidated to the point I was fearful some of the planks were going to break on the side we were seated on.
We left early because it was fan appreciation night and it was taking so long to get the cars to the end field where they were letting the crowd go meet the drivers and get give aways. It would have been nice if they could have done this in a less time consuming manner.
4.5 based on 38 reviews
Going to a Florence Freedom game will demonstrate how baseball became such a popular sport in the U.S. I don't like sitting among the clouds in a big stadium and spending an entire week's worth of spending money on snacks for the family. But minor league baseball is another thing. When you yell at the batter or pitcher, they can hear you -- because you can sit that close. Prices are great, and special evening events have additional deals to enjoy. The management caters to children with activities for them to participate in between innings. Plus there is a large playground for them to enjoy when they've been sitting for too long.
It's great baseball in a great atmosphere at a great price. If you haven't tried it, order tickets now. Or jump in the car; tickets are always available at the gate.
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