Danville is a home rule-class city in Boyle County, Kentucky, United States. It is the seat of its county. The population was 16,690 at the 2015 Census. Danville is the principal city of the Danville Micropolitan Statistical Area, which includes all of Boyle and Lincoln counties.
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5 based on 213 reviews
A Dollhouse Museum that is an amazing way to share social history. Study fashion, design, people, historic events from the 18th C. to the present, all in miniature with incredible life-like detail. Really enjoyed the settings that told us about Kentucky's history (Shakertown, underground railroad and the tobacco industry).
5 based on 93 reviews
Wine Tours, Bourbon Tours, Private tours, We specialize in Bachelor and Bachelorette parties, Girls Day out, Family get togethers all in Kentucky in a comfortable 13 passenger tour bus. We can reccomend places to stay and eat as well as set up your whole itinerary. Check out our website for more info.
Gary, his wife Robbie and granddaughter Aubrey are fantastic tour guides - fun, funny, knowledgeable and nice. I was in Kentucky with a small group for a friend's 40th birthday. They took us to several distilleries - a really interesting and unexpected combination of places. It was a great day all around!
5 based on 41 reviews
We handcraft Wilderness Trail Kentucky Straight Bourbon, Blue Heron Vodka, Settler's Select Whiskey and Harvest Rum. Using local grains that travel only 3 miles from field to bottle, we make premium spirits on a 250 gallon copper pot still. Full gift shop and spirit sales on site. 45 minute tour that takes you behind the process of craft distillation on the Kentucky Bourbon Trail Craft Tour.
Stopped by while doing the Kentucky Craft Bourbon Trail. Had a very informative tasting. Only got to try the vodka and rum, since the bourbon was not quite ready yet. Both were very good. Can't wait until the bourbon is ready!
4.5 based on 50 reviews
Constitution Square is a collection of buildings that tell the Kentucky frontier narrative. It includes the oldest post office West of the Appalachian Mountains, Grayson's Tavern an early political hot spot and a memorial garden for past Kentucky Governors.
4.5 based on 59 reviews
This was our second time in the Danville area but our first time to the Pioneer Playhouse. We opted for the dinner before the performance which was very good bbq and all the fixings. There is a small gift shop and sitting area near the outside dining area. In addition there is a re-creation of a western type street to peruse with an ice cream parlor. The tiered theatre afforded excellent views of the stage with large lawn chairs with ample space between them. Snacks were available at intermission. The comedy "Drinking Habits" was excellent. All the actors were very good. Acoustics were great and the show well paced. Everyone involved in the venue was welcoming. My only complaint is the antiquated bathrooms, some stalls with only curtains and plumbing issues. We really enjoyed this unique venue and production under the stars. It was a very relaxing evening.
5 based on 26 reviews
Party on Air is on the cutting edge of new inflatables! My kids love to visit during open bounce and have been to countless wonderful birthday parties. The owners care about their customers and go out of their way to make it a positive experience for parents and children. Most importantly they clean the inflatables daily!
4.5 based on 33 reviews
McDowell House is a house museum. Every day, personally guided tours are given through the house and apothecary where Dr. Ephraim McDowell lived and worked. Dr. McDowell is known for performing the first successful removal of an ovarian tumor.
McDowell House offers a docent led tour of the apothecary typical of early 19th century in the home of Dr. Ephraim McDowell. The first successful ovarian tumor was removed from Jane Todd Crawford on Christmas Day in 1809 while the congregation at Trinity Episcopal church prayed for patient and physician. If you are in the medical field you will appreciate this glimpse back in time. Even if you are a history buff or just curious about how people lived in early 1800s you will enjoy this tour.
4.5 based on 22 reviews
Our mission is to create arts opportunities for every member of the community and to nurture the arts, foster creativity, promote education, and enrich the community.We accomplish this through exhibits, education and events. Local, national and international artists exhibit in our galleries, and drama, visual arts, dance and music classes and events are offered throughout the year.
The arts center is in a refurbished former-federal building, having rooms and displays on two floors. There is even a art/creativity room with basic supplies for youngsters. More often than not, you will find intriguing displays covering most art media. With a schedule in mind, the center has demonstrations, talks, and workshops by local professionals.
4.5 based on 13 reviews
Elmwood Inn Fine Teas is Kentucky's oldest tea importer and blender, supplying packaged and bulk teas to gourmet retailers across North America. Visit our tea bar for free samples and meet Tea Maestro Bruce Richardson, author and tea master for the Boston Tea Party Ships & Museum.
International experts in tea, The Richardson's enjoy sharing their love and knowledge of all things tea with their customers. Their adult son, Ben, manages the "back door" business of marketing, logistics, and shipping. Group classes, taste testing, and food samples are offered as one takes...MoreWe always enjoy your visits!
4.5 based on 16 reviews
This venue is wonderful. If you like the show, go. This auditorium has been the host to 2 vice-presidential debates. Has shows of all types. Find the one you like and the date you like and go.
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