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Directions from Louisville (SDF) airport: Take I-65 south to exit 112. Left on 245 south. Take first right past shopping center on 31E or North Third. Go 3 tenths of a mile and take a right on W. Halstead. 714 North 3rd Street, Bardstown,
During your stay, be assured there is plenty to see and do in Bardstown. Distillery tours, museums, the Stephen Foster Story Musical, or take a charming tour of Bardstown via a horse-drawn carriage or trolley. Bardstown is Kentucky's second oldest city, dating back to 1780. Since that time when log, brick and stone homes rose from the wilds of western Virginia, Bardstown has welcomed travelers from around the world. For 225 years our southern hospitality, fine restaurants in historic surroundings and accommodations have made you feel right at home.
Other Activities: Antique shopping, golf, horseback riding, live theater, museums, parks, shopping, historic district, wineries, distillery tours, Wickland (Home of 3 Governors), "My Old KY Dinner Train", "My Old Kentucky Home (Federal Hill) State Park", Old Bardstown Village, wildlife museum (with taxidermied dioramas), Civil War Museum, Basilica of St. Joseph Cathedral and Stephen Foster Story (Outdoor Drama). For the gardener or nature lover don't miss the Bernheim Arboretum located 15 minutes from Bardstown on KY HWY 245. A sight to behold any season of the year. Don't miss the nature/visitors center there - a "living" building that houses information, a gift shop and often has exhibits for the public.
A Kentucky Premier magazine is provided for each of our guests with other information that you will find useful. Additional tourist information is also available at the Bardstown Tourist Commission located "on the round" in the center of our historical district.
Additionally, there are over 30 annual events that draw people from around the globe to sample the spirits, sounds and flavors that are quintessentially Bardstown. In fact, Kentucky's Bourbon Trail, of which Bardstown is the heart, was featured in "1000 Places to See Before You Die", the New York Times best-seller by Patricia Schultz. There are many ways to experience the beauty of Bardstown. Combine fine dining with a view of the countryside on the Dinner Train, enjoy an intimate carriage ride through Historic Downtown or get a more in-depth tour on the trolley. Come let us welcome you home!
Historic sites nearby: The Civil War Museum of the Western Theater, Women's Civil War Museum, Pioneer Village, Wildlife Museum, and the Oscar Getz Whiskey Museum.
There are many ways to experience the beauty of Bardstown! Take a few days to enjoy as many as time allows.
Directions from Louisville (SDF) airport: Take I-65 south to exit 112. Left on 245 south. Take first right past shopping center on 31E or North Third. Go 3 tenths of a mile and take a right on W. Halstead. 714 North 3rd Street, Bardstown, KY is the address.