The Lawrenceburg/Anderson County Tourism office is here to help promote the local tourism industry and the many wonderful events that take place all year long. Our community is well known as the home to the Wild Turkey and Four Roses bourbon distilleries, as well as the Lovers Leap and Rising Sons wineries, but there are many other things to see and do here, whether you are visiting town or live right down the road.
Come eat and shop in our quaint downtown area, walk along South Main Street and take in the beautiful homes built more than 100 years ago by the bourbon barons who once lived here, go to Bauer’s Candies and see how the Modjeska is made, or visit the Healing Field to see the 119 American flags flying in honor of Kentuckians who’ve died in the War on Terror.
You’ll also want to check our calendar of events to see what is happening. You’ll find monthly classic car cruise-ins downtown during the warm months, a Bigfoot festival in June, free concerts and movies on the Green during the summer, free gospel concerts at Sand Spring Baptist Church, the Burgoo Festival in September, and several other events throughout the year. And if you’re not sure what you want to do, contact us here at the tourism office and we’ll help you out.
For those operating tourism attractions, festivals, and events, the tourism office has a grant program to help with promotion, marketing, and development. Contact the tourism office for more information.
If you have a few minutes, check out this great slideshow set to a song that gives you a little Lawrenceburg flavor.