280 Lynchburg Hwy, Lynchburg, TN | Directions 3735235.286024 -86.369562
Monday To Sunday From 09:00 AM To 04:30 PM
The legacy of a Southern gentlemen sits just an hour outside of Nashville. – In Short
First licensed in 1866, the Jack Daniel Distillery is the country's oldest registered distillery and remains a National Historic Site. Situated on a natural spring in the tiny town of Lynchburg, the South's home of sipping whiskey offers daily guided tours of its facility, while the downtown square offers several shops. Each September, Lynchburg throws a party to commemorate the birthday of its founder, who turned the grand old age of 150 in 2000.
I'm in a wheelchair – not many sites are available that care enough to have facilites
that are wheelchair asiable but the distillery is!!! I got to go on the tour and felt like one of the crowd fabolous tour guide
and it is free!!! best price inmy book!!!
Very Entertaining & Charming – 2 hr. drive thru beautiful country side....humorous 1 hr. tour; and then on to the town square. Perfect way to spend the day to entertain out of town guests.
Jack Daniel loves visitors – My family and I had a great time touring the Jack Daniel's Distillery. Although it is in a dry county, and we couldn't get a sample, the A+ tour is free, there is lots to do and the distillery is not only well-kept, but beautiful. The staff is extremely friendly and they make a mean lemonade - sans whisky, of course.
"Here's to Black Jack!" – Very interesting, the tour guides are extremely warm, friendly and informative. To put it midly it is very educational about their various processes in producing the best liquor in the entire world.
It is a must see.
Jackville USA – The Jack Daniels distillery trip was fun. They offer alot of things to buy for memories. The tour of the distillery is also pretty cool. I loved the tour guide my group got. He was a funny and intelligent man. I wish that all the people visting Tennessee would go see the Jack Daniels Distillery.
funforall – Jack Daniels Distillery Is so much fun and I do recommend every visitor go to Lynchburg, TN. It's like stepping back in time to the Andy Griffin Show. The distillery history itself is facinating, especially how Jack Daniel's died, and the retired worker/guide is not only very informative but funny as well. Don't miss out on this trip---and it's "free."
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