Whether you’re a whiskey lover or not, you know the name Jack Daniel’s. Since 1875, the American liquor company has been making Tennessee whiskey and nowadays, it may be the most recognizable brand on the market. Often, people will get a loved one a particularly nice bottle of whiskey for a holiday if said loved one is an admirer. While there are certainly plenty of bottles of Jack Daniel’s that would fit the bill, for something really special, why not take a trip to the legendary distillery in Tennessee? If you or someone you know is a whiskey lover this is one trip for the bucket list. For their part, Jack Daniel’s has made it as easy as possible for you to visit and enjoy their distillery. If this sounds like the type of trip you’d like to take, follow the below instructions. Below is a guide on how to set up a Visit to the Jack Daniels Distillery.

Required to set up visit to the Jack Daniels Distillery

  • A computer, PC, laptop, Internet enabled mobile device, etc.
  • Valid email address
  • Other personal information

Steps To to set up a visit to the Jack Daniels Distillery

  1. Click in the URL address bar at the top of your browser screen. Once the cursor is blinking in the URL bar, you will copy and paste the following URL: www.jackdaniels.com/visit
  2. Enter your birth date to confirm you are older than twenty-one.
  3. Click “The Tour” below the large white text that reads “Visit the Distillery.”
  4. This will automatically scroll you down a little ways to a part of the screen that shows tours run daily from 9am to 4:30pm. The phone number and address are listed as well as an option for directions.
  5. Other options include clicking on:
  • The Essential Experience which will take you to a portion of the page that recommends you give yourself five hours to take in all the sights and sounds the town of Lynchburg, TN has to offer. This includes the general store and popular restaurant.
  • Where to Eat will bring you to a section that shows the eight different restaurants in town the company recommends for a meal.
  • Where to Stay will show eleven different bed and breakfasts in or around Lynchburg where you can spend the night. The website even shows the addresses and phone numbers of these establishments. Below that are ten different motels and RV parks.

When you return from your trip, be sure to revisit the website and check out the section just below The Tour which features pictures from recent tours. Obviously, it doesn’t hurt to bring a camera of your own.