Jack Daniel Distillery
Tasted all over the planet yet every drop is made here in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Come by the refinery to have one our aides recount to you the story and guide you through the course of how each drop turns into a jug. You’ll hear a couple of intriguing realities about Jack, as well! Look at www.JackDaniels.com (You should be 18+!) to find more about the visits, cost, unique occasions, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg!
Miss Mary Bobo’s Boarding House Restaurant
Miss Mary Bobo’s Boarding House Restaurant offers a southern feasting experience like no other! Starting around 1908, guests from around the world have partaken in the best home cooking in lovely, downtown Lynchburg. Reservations are required; each visitor makes certain to partake in a novel encounter! For menu data, hours, or to reserve a spot, visit. www.jackdaniels.com/en-us/Miss-Mary-Bobos-Restaurant (You should be 18+ to visit the site!)
The Big Blue Chair
The Big Blue Chair has been around Lynchburg starting around 2014. Made by Kevin Sanders and Tim Yannayon, this radiant blue seat has turned into a pleasant way for individuals to recall their stop here. To stay away from a discussion among TN and AL fans, as opposed to painting it orange or blood red, the seat was painted blue – to pay tribute to our own personal Moore County Raiders. Pictures submitted to our neighborhood Chamber of Commerce are shared on their Facebook page. Individuals from one side of the planet to the other are highlighted sitting in the Big Blue Chair! This image of my young men was taken in 2015 – we are most certainly due for another one!
Lynchburg Old Jail Museum
The Lynchburg Old Jail Museum holds an exceptional spot in our family’s heart and history. My father by marriage served for a brief time frame with our nearby policing. During his time, he worked from this “old” area. At regular intervals, our family partakes in a visit (free — yet they readily acknowledge gifts!) to take a gander at the curios held inside. My better half can recount investing energy in there with his father and he can undoubtedly name the greater part of individuals you’ll see photographs of on the walls. It was underlying 1893 and stayed being used until 1990. Make certain to add it to your rundown to visit!
Wine in a bourbon town? Somewhat unexpected yet it works for us! With one of the biggest tasting rooms in Tennessee, you can encounter sweet or dry and in the middle between. They’ve even facilitated Paint Nights and Singer/Songwriter evenings brimming with tomfoolery and ability! Visit the LynchburgWinery.com site to find out more!
On the off chance that your gut begins thundering and asking for food during your visit, a stop at Barrelhouse BBQ is an unquestionable requirement! Home to the Grilled Cheese on Crack, assuming you disappear hungry, it’s your own issue! Throw’s BBQ was highlighted on BBQ Pitmasters and when you get a taste, you’ll see the reason why – it’s delightful! Our family partakes in a stop at the café before Friday night football match-ups. Every year since opening, Barrelhouse BBQ has accepted TripAdvisor’s Certificate of Excellence. Learn more on their site www.barrelhousebbqtn.com.
Lynchburg Cake and Candy Company
Assuming that you love desserts, The Lynchburg Cake and Candy Co. will be a unique treat! Mr. Bill Thomas and his significant other required a 135+ year old family recipe and changed it to incorporate a nearby taste of Jack Daniels Whiskey. Today, they offer a few items incorporate Jack Daniels, for example, pralines, bourbon balls, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Free visits are offered day to day. Visit their site for more data or to submit a request!
Lynchburg City Cemetery
This is somewhere else inside Lynchburg that holds a great deal of recollections for my significant other. He helped his dad, mother, and sisters in the middle of between the graves in this nearby burial ground. On the grounds, you’ll find Jack Daniel’s grave, alongside two or three seats. While this isn’t really a “traveler” stop, on the off chance that you’re keen on history, you’ll figure out our local area here. If it’s not too much trouble, be deferential to the grounds assuming you decide to visit.
Lynchburg Hardware and General Store
On the off chance that you’re needing a keepsake from your visit to Lynchburg, a stop at the Lynchburg Hardware and General Store is an unquestionable necessity. They convey genuine Jack Daniel’s Whiskey gear including drinkware, clothing, espresso, treats, and that’s just the beginning. A flawless shop causes you to feel like you’re moved in time when you get drenched into the stylistic layout.
Southern Perks Cafe and Bistro
Southern Perks Cafe and Bistro is a delectable stop right on the square in midtown Lynchburg. At the point when I worked around, our office would much of the time request lunch and pastries for unique occasions. Their own unique determination of menu things is totally not quite the same as whatever else you’ll track down in the area. The new choice of cakes and a steaming hot mug of espresso are the ideal beginning to any visit in Lynchburg!