Springfield in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Distilleries. Discover best things to do in Springfield with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
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4.5 based on 1 reviews
Watch a sour mash ferment in giant cypresswood vats on its way to becoming that heavenly Kentucky bourbon at this distillery.
This is a beautiful campus WAY out in nowhere Kentucky. You really get the historic, non-corporate vibe at this distillery (even though their production is quite corporate).
We’re from Wisconsin, so alcohol isn’t a taboo thing like other states. I brought my 10 year old girls along and they appreciated the process and science behind Maker’s Mark. I figure there are chemical engineers, microbiologists, artists, marketers, accountants, etc on staff. It’s good to show them all the different jobs out there.
I highly recommend the tour.
4 based on 29 reviews
This is the place to start your Lincoln trail. The marriage certificate of Thomas Lincoln and Nancy Hanks is filed in the Washington County Court House in Springfield. Many people feel that Abraham Lincoln was actually born in Washington County. This is where it started!
5 based on 173 reviews
We are an family owned artisan Distillery located in the heart of bourbon country. Just a short drive from Bardstown or Loretta, Kentucky. We are now the Home of YELLOWSTONE Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey! Watch for our release Fall of 2015! Come see authentic Kentucky moonshine being fermented in small barrels distilled in old style pot still. We have 10 different flavored moonshines Our Bourbon will coming out in Fall of 2015
Very glad we stopped here on our vacation. The tour/tastings were free. Our tour guide (Tom) was very entertaining, informative, and kind. He gave lots of history about the distillery and family, you would not receive at any other distillery in the area. Definitely worth the stop, and one of the better distilleries in the area in my opinion.
4.5 based on 85 reviews
If you ever wanted to know how to take a flat pieces of oak bend it and piece it together into a water tight barrel, then you have to check out Kentucky Cooperage. The 45 minute tour is well worth the nominal charge, and if you want, you can buy a finished 53 gallon barrel on the spot. Wear sturdy shoes and be ready get a bit dusty and warm.
5 based on 93 reviews
Wine Tours, Bourbon Tours, Private tours, We specialize in Bachelor and Bachelorette parties, Girls Day out, Family get togethers all in Kentucky in a comfortable 13 passenger tour bus. We can reccomend places to stay and eat as well as set up your whole itinerary. Check out our website for more info.
Gary, his wife Robbie and granddaughter Aubrey are fantastic tour guides - fun, funny, knowledgeable and nice. I was in Kentucky with a small group for a friend's 40th birthday. They took us to several distilleries - a really interesting and unexpected combination of places. It was a great day all around!
5 based on 4 reviews
We are a working alpaca farm with a fiber mill, and farm store. Come feed the alpacas and learn why their fiber has been revered for thousands of years. In our fiber mill you will see how we turn nearly 200# of fiber each year into finished products. Our farm store not only offers alpaca products and yarns, we have locally handcrafted gifts, and even a few collectibles. Tours by appt. year round.
Not sure that it gets much better than this. We learned so much about Alpacas and their fiber. Judi and Ron shared their experiences and fiber in a way that made us sorry to leave. We even got to feed them!
They have a great display of uncarded fur and fiber that shows the differences between species. They have a gift shop where one can buy local crafts and their yarn. Lots of finished pieces to choose from as well.
My daughter found it thrilling to buy the yarn of an alpaca that we might have seen. Love patronizing small farmers who obviously take pride in what they do.
Great experience. Thank you Ron and Judi!
4 based on 9 reviews
Such an educational place.
What a beautifully restored historic courthouse. Built in 1816!!
What a legacy for our 16th President!!
Learn about his ancestors and his life!!
Don't miss this attraction.
Open Thursday 11am to 6pm; Friday 11am to 8pm Saturday 11am - 6 pm; Sunday 12 to 4 pm.
4.5 based on 73 reviews
This was my second visit to this quaint family owned winery. The biggest reason for making this a must whenever I visit Kentucky is their fruit wines. If you are looking for a different taste from grape wines or not a fan of wines, you...MoreThanks so much for stopping in !! Thanks also for taking your time for your review. Tommy
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