Motor Coach Transportation
Four Nights Hotel Accommodations
Dinner & Show at the Derby Dinner Playhouse
Louisville Slugger Museum
Kentucky Derby Museum, Race & Dinner on Millionaires Row
Riding Tour of Bardstown
My Old Kentucky Home State Shrine & St Joseph’ Basilica
Tour & Tasting spirits at Log Still Distillery
Wickland Mansion - Dinner & Entertainment
Tour Shaker Village with Lunch
Old Friends Horse Farm
German Village Lunch & Entertainment
Louisville Slugger Museum - The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, is a museum and factory tour attraction located in Louisville, Kentucky's "Museum Row", part of the West Main District of downtown. The museum showcases the story of Louisville Slugger baseball bats in baseball and in American history.
Frazier Museum - Frazier History Museum is the Official Starting Point of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail and where the world meets Kentucky. Located in downtown Louisville, this Kentucky museum has an extensive collection of historical items, famous weaponry, a large Bourbon exhibit, Cool Kentucky exhibit, Lewis & Clark Experience, and more. Famous historical items include the Bloedner Monument - the oldest Civil War monument, Teddy Roosevelt's "Big Stick", Geronimo's bow & arrows, Custer's ivory pistols, George Washington's rifle, fossils dating back to the ice age, and more.
Kentucky Derby Museum, Twilight Racing & Dinner Buffet on Millionaires Row – You will enjoy a Historic Walking Tour of Churchill Downs, then off to the Kentucky Derby Museum & Film of the Greatest Race. After your time at the museum, you will sit and enjoy a lovely Dinner Buffet while watching the Twilight Racing
Riding Tour of Bardstown - Enjoy a relaxing drive through Historic Bardstown. First settled by European Americans in 1780, Bardstown is among the oldest cities in Kentucky
My Old Kentucky Home State Shrine & St Joseph Basilica – Explore the 200 year old mansion and plantation of the Rowan family. Stories of deadly duels, horse racing, fortune, fame, demise, all alongside original fine antiques, & significant architectural spaces. See the 19th-century mansion's exquisite rooms filled with priceless 200 year old original artifacts, visit the lush formal gardens, manicured grounds, rich farm lands, and hear the song, "My Old Kentucky Home" performed for you by the talented tour guides. You will visit The Basilica of Saint Joseph Proto-Cathedral ( Architectural styles; Neoclassical, Greek Revival and Federal architecture) and The Abbey of Our Lady of Gethsemani.
Tour & Tasting spirits at Log Still Distillery - In 1836, Joseph Washington Dant began distilling Kentucky bourbon. Sample the Bourbon!!
Wickland Mansion - A historic mansion in eastern Bardstown. It has been the home of three state governors: two for Kentucky, and one in Louisiana.
Tour Shaker Village with Lunch - Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill is a landmark destination that shares 3,000 acres of discovery in the spirit of the Kentucky Shakers.
Old Friends Horse Farm - A 136-acre Thoroughbred Retirement Farm where you can get up close and personal with such stars of the turf as Kentucky Derby winner Silver Charm.
German Village Lunch & Entertainment - The laid-back German Village is known for charming brick houses built by 19th-century immigrants along Beck, Mohawk, and Deshler streets. Shops selling books, traditional fudge, and handmade jewelry mingle with art galleries, German pubs, American bistros, and artisan coffee shops.