U.S. Department of Treasury – Washington DC
“Money makes the world go round,” so they say, and a tour of the Bureau of Engraving and Printing lets you see firsthand how money is made. You can watch bills made from large reams of blank paper which are then inked to create currency. Visit the Washington, D.C. location and take a 40-minute tour. For information visit www.moneyfactory.com or call (866) 874.2330.
Four of our Virginia preserves are located 2-3 hours from Washington, D.C.
Louisville Slugger – Louisville, Kentucky
What do Major League Baseball’s Derek Jeter and Josh Hamilton have in common? They both use Louisville Slugger bats. Come and see how this storied bat came to be in a tour of the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, located in Louisville, Kentucky. You can even have a Louisville Slugger personalized for your own collection. For tour details visit www.sluggermuseum.com.
The Diamond Caverns Preserve is a little over an hour’s drive from downtown Louisville.
On the Calendar
The Orlando Preserve is hosting their St. Patty’s Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner on Saturday, March 16. The event will also feature music by Then and Now.
Don’t miss the Easter Egg Hunt and other Easter events scheduled at our Texas preserve, Colorado River, March 30-31.