b'Buffalo Trace is the oldest continuously operating distillery in America, remaining operational even during Prohibitionfor medicinal purposes. A trip to Buffalo Trace offers visitors a taste of history, heritage, and of course, fine Kentucky Bourbon.The distillery sits on 400 acresand Ghost Tour, there is somethingthe Firehouse was in full swingBuffalo Trace is located in Frankfort in the heart of bourbon countryto appeal to everyone from theat the distillery before the wideapproximately one hour drive from with five centuries of architecturebourbon novice to the experienceduse of sprinkler systems in theLouisville in the Eastern time zone. represented on site. The groundsconnoisseur. All of the tours lastbarrel warehouses. The distillery is closed for tours on are beautifully manicured all yearabout an hour, are complimentary,In addition to our flagship brand,Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, long with colourful blossoms in theend with a complimentary sampleBuffalo Trace Kentucky StraightNew Years Day and Easter. spring and vibrant foliage in theof some of our products and occurBourbon Whiskey, the distillery is fall. A trip along the bourbon trail isyear round. Comfortable walkingalso home to great bourbons like not complete without a visitshoes are a must for any of theBlantons, the worlds first single to this National HistoricBuffalo Trace tours.barrel bourbon, the famous Van Landmark Distillery. Winkle line of bourbons and the Watch barrels of fine Kentuckylimited edition Antique Collection. Buffalo Trace offers a choice ofbourbon roll by as you enjoy a lightIn all, Buffalo Trace produces 18 different tours, each providing alunch during the warmer monthsdifferent bourbons on site and the unique look at the bourbon-makingin our Firehouse Sandwich Stop, aextensive gift shop features many of process while offering a historicalconverted firehouse dating back tothe brands as well as a wide variety perspective. From the Trace Tour,the 1930s. See authentic fire coatsof merchandise and gifts.Bourbon Barrel Tour, Hard Hat Tour,and boots once worn by distilleryA visit to Buffalo Trace Distillery National Historic Landmark Tourworkers in the 50s and 60s whenoffers a world of possibilities!KENTUCKYTOURISM.COM 33'