Nelson County Courthouse - Bardstown, Ky.

I didn't know this before, but Bardstown is the second-oldest city in the Commonwealth, having been settled in 1780. As was already mentioned by Peter in a previous post, Nelson County's Old Courthouse sits in a roundabout at the center of downtown, and the current "justice center" has been built closer to the BG. Currently, the old courthouse functions as the visitors' center. When I first came into town and was trying to navigate the roundabout, I thought Peter had to have been mistaken about this building being the courthouse, because from almost any angle it looks like a church. But it is in fact the old courthouse.
Bardstown was the first place I'd visited that had a ton of tourists, and they were everywhere. But I guess there's a lot to see here with the Old Talbott Tavern, a ton of bourbon distilleries, Federal Hill and the Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral - at one time the center of the Catholic Church from the Allegheny Mountains to the Mississippi River.