Yes! Lebanon, the Heart of Kentucky, is an Official Trailhead of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail!
Our office is one of five Official Trailheads along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and where you can present your completed passport and collect your free Kentucky Bourbon Trail special gift.
The office, located at 239 North Spalding Ave., Suite 200 in the Centre Square building (see image above) in Lebanon, Kentucky, is open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you need more information, just contact the Lebanon Tourist & Convention Office at (270) 692-0021.
Have questions about the Kentucky Bourbon Trail passport?
You’ll find all your questions answered, right here: https://kybourbontrail.com/passport/. This link will explain how you get a passport (at any of the distilleries along the trail), what you get for completing the passport, and more.
Of course, using the free souvenir passport to make your Kentucky Bourbon Trail adventure one to remember is huge fun. Collect stamps at every distillery on your journey to commemorate the Bourbon experience of a lifetime.
Maker’s Mark Distillery, near Loretto in Marion County, is one of the 16 signature distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail, and it’s only a short drive to Lebanon, the county seat of Marion County.
All the details of the self-guided journey to discover the 16 signature distilleries of the Kentucky Bourbon Trail can be found right here: https://kybourbontrail.com. That official Kentucky Bourbon Trail link includes itineraries, maps and more.
Don’t forget the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour
Some of the best bourbon comes from micro-distilleries scattered across our wonderful bluegrass state. The Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour includes Lebanon’s Limestone Branch Distillery. Limestone is one of the 13 micro-distilleries on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour, where artisan craftsmanship is on display.
On the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour you can grab a free souvenir passport at your first stop, collect the special stamps at each of the 13 stops, and then pick up your free mint julep cup at the final distillery you visit.