A tour to Louisville on Monday, May 21 will include three great Kentucky traditions.

Departing from Evansville and Ferdinand, this tour will begin the day in the area known as "Old Louisville". Here along St. James Place, the group will tour the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum. Built in 1859, the Conrad-Caldwell was the home of two of Louisville's wealthiest families. Preserved over the years serving in several capacities, today the house serves as the anchor for this historic area of fine homes and park-like boulevards. While on tour enjoy a famous Hot Brown, served in the home of the hot brown - the Brown Hotel. Our group will be seated in the beautiful surroundings of the Thoroughbred Lounge, the private dining room just off the English Grill Restaurant. Dining, history and local lore combined with delicious food and fine service will make this a memorable luncheon experience. What better way to celebrate Kentucky's traditions than visiting a distillery! The group will visit the newly invigorated "Whiskey Row", now home to the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience. Here we can see the bourbon-making process and enjoy a sampling of the product during our "Traditional Tour and Tasting" experience.