Lawrenceburg is a quaint historic community located in the heart of the Kentucky. This community offers the amenities of rural life with the availability of a lifestyle offered by the larger metro cities of Louisville and Lexington. With a population ov over 10,500 residents in the city limits, it's a friendly town expected to grow positively over the next several years. It's a place where bourbon is as old as the community and the wine nationally acclaimed. A Friendly, Growing Community
Lawrenceburg is a town economically crucial to Kentucky's very fabric. Produced exclusively in Lawrenceburg are two world-renowned Kentucky bourbons, Wild Turkey and Four Roses. Lover's Leap Winery and Vineyard (the largest in the state) and Rising Son's Winery are located in Lawrenceburg and they are quickly helping wine earn a place alongside bourbon and tobacco as fine Kentucky exports. Among the historic sites to visit in Lawrenceburg are the Anderson County History Museum, Salt River Baptist Church, the Pierian Woman’s Clubhouse, and the Kavanaugh House Bed and Breakfast. On the American Legion Post 34 grounds, part of Lawrenceburg City Park, rests a living tribute to Kentucky's servicemen and women who have fallen in the war on terror.