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Bus #4

Bus #4 seat 12/13 guest and has leather seats and a separate audio system for the back passenger area. Extra luggage area in the back for those airport trips. Guide/Driver also has a mic to communicate all the sites you will see along the way on The Kentucky Bourbon Trail

Bus #3

This our our 8/10 passenger Ford Transit. We use this bus mostly for our public tours or small groups. Lots of space, umbrellas for our guest and bottled water. We also have a sound system so you can hear your guide thru out the day. Join us on your Kentucky Bourbon Trail adventure and experience […]

Bus #2

Bus #2 is our newest bus. 12/13 guest capacity with plenty of rear storage space for luggage and coolers. We also have a rear speaker system so you are able to each all the great info your guide will share with you along the way. You can also connect your own smartphone and listen to […]

Event Updates

Central Kentucky Tours Summer and Fall are just around the corner and now is a great time to plan your visit to Kentucky and the Kentucky Bourbon Trail. We offer public and private tours as well as transportation only if needed. Visit and email me at to set up your tour. During the […]

Wilderness Trail

Here is an update from our friends at Wilderness Trail Distillery For immediate release May 27, 2020 Wilderness Trail Distillery to release first 6-year-old Danville, KY — Wilderness Trail Distillery has been waiting patiently to have fans sip its first six-year-old wheated Bourbon. Wilderness Trail, the newest member of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, plans to […]

Keeneland Burgoo

There are things in Kentucky that you must try when you visit. One of those items is the Keeneland Burgoo. Burgoo by definition is similar to a “Hunter’s Stew” where everything goes into the pot. However Burgoo is supposed to be at least 3 game meats, vegetables and cooked over a open fire. Burgoo over […]

Bus #1

Lots of our guest when they book like to know what kind of vehicle they will be traveling in, over the next few entries we will describe and show images of each bus. Bus #1 has 14 separate seats with aisle down the middle. We use this bus mainly for our larger private tours. It […]

Latest Update from the Kentucky Bourbon Trail on Tours

The KDA has submitted its Kentucky Bourbon Trail® Plan to Reopen to the Governor’s Office for review and guidance. KBT Visitor Center retail-only operations (no onsite consumption) are eligible to open May 20. However, with the requirements and restrictions issued by the Governor’s Office, several distilleries are waiting until later to welcome guests and/or reopening […]