Best Western Envoy Inn & Suites

9802 Bunsen Way, Louisville, Kentucky, 40299, United States
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Travel Tips for Louisville

Just how do you say Louisville?

by V_Minx

Louisville's own visitor's center makes light of the various pronunciations that people have for their city with this neon sign in the window.

It doesn't matter what you call it, just so long as you come here and give the city a try. For the record, I tend to say Looeyville or Looaville.

O'Shea's Traditional Irish Pub

by dzni

O'Shea's Traditional Irish Pub
I don't know if this is really a 'traditional' pub, but it certainly is nice. There WAS a $1 cover at the door, which slightly annoyed me, but oh well. The place can be pretty loud with the music and people talking, but it's not incredibly crowded either, so you can move around fine! They have Guinness and Harp, and other wonderful beers on tap here.. I've decided I'm not a big fan of Harp. ;) Anyway, there's a back room with a couple pool tables, and then there's a large enclosed patio off the to the side. Really nice place... was busier later on in the night after we had left and repassed it. Anyway, quality place to go! Just casual... nothing fancy

Homemade Ice Cream & Pie...

by dzni

Homemade Ice Cream & Pie Kitchen
Large selection of fresh pies from which to choose. Either get a slice or a whole pie. They also have ice cream here, and the inside looks very much like the ice cream stores I remember from where I grew up in the 80's, or maybe it's more reminiscent of something older than that.

Locust Grove Historic Home

by V_Minx

Talk about starting a trip off right. This was it. My girlfriend and I arrived on the hour, just as a tour was heading out to the house. (You can tour the grounds for free, but need to pay for a guided tour to get inside the home.) Our guide was extremely passionate about her job, the history she was sharing and all the great Americans who once walked the lands and used the home. She made you feel as if you were living in the late 1700's as the Clark family and their friends help shape the course of the United States of America. As our guide said - Locust Grove is unique because nothing historically significant happened here, but so many key people in history used this place.

As quoted in a website (http://www.kytravel.com/hist1.htm)
"This 1790 Georgian plantation house, owned by Jefferson County, was the last home of General George Rogers Clark. A smokehouse, servant quarters and gardens are also found on the 55-acre grounds. On Natl. Register and a Natl. Historic Landmark. Gift shop offers unique Kentucky items. Open all year. House open daily 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m., Sun. 1:30-4:30 p.m., last guided tour 3:30 p.m. Admission $6, seniors (60+) $5, students & children 6-12 $3, under 6 free."

During the summer, there are activities such as weaving and candle making that children and adults can participate in. I loved this tour and hope you give this site a try. It is a great way to gets your hands around life in the "western frontier" when the Indians roamed the land and the United States was in its infancy.

Right across the river, follow...

by John195123

Right across the river, follow signs for Falls of the Ohio Visitors Center. The waterfalls on the Ohio River, over a century ago, when Louisville was founded forced travelers to get out and portage around. Louisville was founded to support this activity. Years later, a dam was constructed. Today, you can go visit, when the dam is closed, the Falls of the Ohio, and walk around below the dam. It is really cool and kids will love it. The visitors center has much more information on the history of the area. Also, along with the falls, a little ways down river, are the McAlpin Locks. These are also old, yet still functional pieces of Louisville history.

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Address: 9802 Bunsen Way, Louisville, Kentucky, 40299, United States