Deals in Bardstown


Introduction to Firearms Course for One or Two at Louisville KRAFT (Up to 49% Off)

Louisville KRAFT

Kentucky Regional Academy of Firearms Training

Classes teach up to four students the fundamentals of safety, handling, and shooting pistols, rifles, and shotguns

$350 $179

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Tandem Skydive for One or Two at Skydive Kentucky (Up to 22% Off). Four Options Available.

Skydive Kentucky

Skydive Kentucky

While strapped to seasoned skydive instructors, thrill-seekers jump out of a plane at an altitude of 10,000 feet or higher

$225 $179

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Paintball with Equipment Rental and 100 Paintballs for Two, Four, or Six at Conder's Paintball (Up to 52% Off)

Conder's Paintball

Conder's Paintball

Across 80 acres, players compete in two woods-ball fields, an urban-city field with 50 buildings, and an indoor field with inflated cover

$52 $26

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$99 for Three Horseback-Riding Lessons at Firelight Arabians ($225 Value)

Firelight Arabians

Firelight Arabians

New or advanced students can enjoy lessons in the large, indoor arena with 30 minutes of pre-and post-ride grooming and 30 minutes of riding

$225 $99

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Small Fry Lessons or a Pony Party for Up to 11 Kids at Louisville Equestrian Center (Up to 50% Off)

Louisville Equestrian Center

Louisville Equestrian Center

Riders aged 4 and older learn safety and horse-handling fundamentals; pony parties engage kids aged 4–9 with rides, activities, and gifts

$90 $49

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Two-hour Painting Class for One or Two at Small Town Gallery (Up to 50% Off)

Small Town Gallery

Brooks

Participants use included materials to create their own artwork on a 16”x20” canvas

$40 $22

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  • My Old Kentucky Home State Park
    A red-tailed hawk soars high above My Old Kentucky Home State Park, peering down at its campgrounds, golf course, and outdoor amphitheater. Here, a cast of actors performs Stephen Foster - The Musical, belting the famous tune, "My Old Kentucky Home." Just a piano's throw away stands Federal Hill, the Georgian-style mansion that originally inspired this perennial ballad. Built between 1795 and 1818, the brick mansion echoes early American history in everything right down to its decor. Supposedly to honor the original colonies, the number 13 appears throughout the house: 13 windows at the front, 13 steps to each floor, and 13-inch thick walls, which once housed famous guests such as Aaron Burr. For 120 years, the Rowan family lived in the mansion. Then, in 1922, Madge Rowan Frost sold the 235-acre estate, as well as many family heirlooms, to the Commonwealth of Kentucky. Since then, tour guides have taken visitors throughout the mansion's grounds and into its history-laden rooms. The staff has renovated the mansion in recent years, putting in hours of research to ensure that the carpets, wallpapers, drapes, and hand-whittled internet routers remain authentic to the 1850s. The mansion also celebrates the changing seasons—in winter, the mansion dons Christmas decor and the staffers serve apple cider dressed up in period costumes.
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    501 E Stephen Foster Ave.
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Bardstown Country Club
    Two 18-hole courses form a verdant wreath around the Bardstown Country Club grounds, inviting clubbers of all stripes to drive, pitch, and putt their way across the Kentucky countryside. The Maywood Course—the club’s signature fairway chain—begins with a traditional, parkland layout before transforming into a Scottish links-inspired design on the back nine, replete with thickets of heather, subtle contours, and flagsticks bemoaning English imperialism. The ingenuity of course designer David Pfaff is on full display at the 16th hole, a 210-yard par 3 where tee shots plummet 70 feet before coming to rest on a green flanked by a pond and a stately stone wall. To prepare for rounds at the Maywood Course or its 18-hole sidekick, the Woodlawn Springs Golf Course, clubbers can pelt balls into the horizon at the grass-tee driving range or feed 9-irons a protein-rich meal at the club’s bar and grill.
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    130 Maywood Ave
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Great Urban Race
    In addition to the sense of perseverance and accomplishment that comes with finishing a 5K, the organizers of the Bacon Chase have added another incentive: bacon. During their two races?the 5K Piggy Pilgrimage, which is a traditional 5K, and the 0.05K Blitz to Bacon, which is a 164-foot sprint?runners can munch on unlimited bacon bits before feasting on unlimited amounts of bacon at the finish line. Runners 21 and older can wash down the savory strips of bacon with a bloody mary, and all runners get a Bacon Chase T-shirt and a signature bacon-scented bib. The festival opens at 8 a.m. and features many bacon-themed activities, plus music. The festive day serves a greater purpose, too. Attendees will be able to register to become a St. Jude Hero, raise money for St. Jude Children?s Research Hospital, or both.
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    2300 Ed Sullivan Road
    Lebanon, KY US
  • McIntyre's Winery & Berries LLC
    When Tommy and Debbie McIntyre moved into the family farm in 1987, they casually started making wine from wild berries on their land. But as the years went by, their love for winemaking grew and the amount of wild berries declined. So the pair decided to fill their farm with blueberry and blackberry vines so they could make their fruit wines in earnest. Today, they specialize in blueberry and blackberry wines, made from handpicked, sun-ripened fruits in a choice of dry or sweet vintages. To complement these, the McIntyres also offer a select number of wines made from other fruits, such as strawberries and elderberries. Customers who want to see how the wine is made up close can come for a tour or tasting, or simply pick berries for a family-friendly outing.
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    531 McIntyre Ln.
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon Heritage Center
    Located in the bourbon capital of the world, Heaven Hill Distilleries has a long history that stretches back to the birth of the spirit. Today, Heaven Hills honors tried and true traditions by crafting its bourbon using pure Kentucky water and corn?as opposed to wheat from one of its neighboring states. Visitors can get an in-depth look at the distilling process through a host of tours that include educational bourbon tastings.
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    1311 Gilkey Run Road
    Bardstown, KY US
  • Kentucky Railway Museum
    A loud whistle sounds off in the distance, signaling the arrival of a diesel locomotive. The train pulls past dozens of trees and into the station. It’s just another day at the Kentucky Railway Museum, where new and restored trains take visitors on nostalgic journeys through the New Haven countryside. The stationary exhibit hall—a replica of the original New Haven depot—houses a collection of railroad artifacts and memorabilia ranging from rail carts and dining cars to steam whistles and the discarded mustaches of malevolent railroad barons.
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    136 S Main St
    New Haven, KY US
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