We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Rebecca Ruth Candy Tours & Museum offers a guided tour and includes antique candy making equipment as well as new equipment. It continues as family confectionery operation that was founded in the year 1919. They are noted for the invention of...more
All reviews bourbon balls making chocolate free samples no photography allowed original equipment small box small operation bought several a small gift shop assembly line fascinating history buffalo trace distillery sweet stop boo boo nice tour getting ready historic tour
How could you not like candy? Everything I purchased was delicious, especially the bourbon candies. My regret is the they were out of the caramel covered marshmallows that I specifically was looking for.
Great tour of a 100 year old business with local roots. Not only do you get t hear a great story but you get to try a rum ball at the end. Stop by the visitors center in the beautify Queen Anne located on the...More
A small but wonderful candy factory tour. Cost is $5.00. The tour includes the making and packing of the candy. Also included is a lot of historical memorabilia from a simple time. Our guide was wonderful. A candy sample is offered at the tours conclusion....More
We stopped here in the morning to check out the Museum & experience the tour of the place. Very friendly staff & excellent tour guides, with a plethora of selections to choose from for enjoyable sweets. This is a definite must see when in town!
The greatest part of my trip to Kentucky, and never would have guessed it. Unplanned and almost overlooked, it is now a top experience and memory I will never forget. Go experience, is all I have to say. Tour guide, Grace, was made the tour....More
Excellent stop in Frankfort not far from I64 (and well signed). Small store with candies made on site. Take the tour for $5...ours was great--small and casual. Fascinating tiny factory with a long small business legacy. A sample bourbon ball candy is your treat at...More
If you have a little to spend in Frankfort, the candy tour and museum is worth the visit. It was interesting to hear the story of Rebecca and Ruth and how the "Bourbon Ball" was invented. Their candy is still made onsite and they are...More
FREE BOURBON DISTILLERY TOURS & tastings. Frankfort KY, Buffalo Trace Distillery (can look up on trip advisor) For a beautiful drive, go down Old Frankfort Pike between Lexington and Frankfort. Bunch of wineries too... More
FREE BOURBON DISTILLERY TOURS & tastings. Frankfort KY, Buffalo Trace Distillery (can look up on trip advisor) For a beautiful drive, go down Old Frankfort Pike between Lexington and Frankfort. Bunch of wineries too, especially like Equus Run Winery. The Red Mile should be racing (trotters) which includes betting. Lots of beautiful country there.