Breckinridge Inn

2800 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, 40220, United States
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For 2 weeks now or 1 month in summer time???

by arinizy

Hi All,

My friend asked me to come to Louisville by end of this week till May 10, 2004..

Do you think is it worth to come for 2 weeks for this month? what the weather would be this time? I really dont know anything about this place.. as my friend will work during teh day.. so anything I can do.. during teh day?? dont want to stay at the hotel during my whole 2 weeks...!!.as i live thousand miles away (take me at least 20 hrs flight!)

Any recommendation .. or do I have to wait until summer to go there for a month??

Thanks for your help!!!!

RE: For 2 weeks now or 1 month in summer time???

by valita1984

Come NOW! This is Spring in Kentucky, and there is no prettier time, IMHO. Summer, comparitively speaking, is the antechamber of gives a whole new meaning to hot and muggy!

You will have a great time...Derby stuff to do (entertainment at areas called "Chow Wagons" of all things, for the cost of a $2.00 Pegasus pin that you wear to all events; have your friend get you one), take a ride on the Belle of Louisiville, go and see the Falls of the Ohio. Downtown has a new area called "Fourth Street Live" that has clubs and shops. The Bardstown Road area is a mecca for younger people than myself--great clubs, they tell me!

Louisville is one of the best-kept secrets in the country (I speak as a native Chicagoan who has learned to say "all y'all" with best!). Pleasant drivers, and it is an easy city to get around in.

Travel Tips for Louisville

Hospitality Tents at Churchill Downs

by ATXtraveler

One of the major things you want to do if you are looking to be a "local" is to find a hospitality tent to get invited to for Kentucky Derby. Various tents are rented out by most of the major local corporations and here is where you get your mint juleps and your race day food.

Each of the tents is equipped with televisions to know when the next race is scheduled for, and they are strategically located close to betting stations. Remember, you have to bet big to win big!

In our hospitality tent, we were served macaroni and cheese, potato salad, fresh roasted ham and turkey, as well as the infamous derby pie!

Check out Fort Knox, which is...

by dzni

Check out Fort Knox, which is about an hour south of Louisville on Dixie Highway (US 31W). You'll be able to see the outside of the famous vault, from a distance of course. It hold a good chunk of the US gold (which does not back our currency anymore). The Crown Jewels were stored here temporarily during the war. Anywho, there are snipers everywhere for this place, and I've heard of the place being pretty well booby-trapped for those wishing to sneak in. Also, a at a good distance from the vault, you'll be asked to state your business, so basically, you shouldn't be there!! :) The only other thing of interest here is the Patton Museum, which has all sorts of military memorabilia.

KFC. The one and only Kentucky...

by John195123

KFC. The one and only Kentucky Fried Chiken. As gross as this stuff is, and as horrible as it is for you, it began here in Louisville, and it's a local bigshot. We love KFC, even if we hate the food. Found all over the world, KFC, like McDonald's and Burger King cater to the working class, the upper class, the lower class, all classes and types of people. The food isn't good, or good for you, but we buy and we eat. Why? We are gluttons for the abdominal punishment it so readily serves up. That, and it doesn't taste that bad. ;) For info on locations world-wide, visit .

Col. Sanders' Grave

by leplaya

Col Harland Sanders, the founder of Kentucky Fried Chicken is buried at the Cave Hill National Cemetery in Louisville. To find his grave, follow the yellow painted line from the main entrance of the cemetery.

Frazier International History Museum

by TravellerMel

This was a fun place to visit. We went in for the current "Pirates!" exhibition, which was a very cool interactive exhibit. Geared toward a younger audience, we still had fun - get a treasure map as you enter and collect the stamps at various stations. Redeem the completed map in the gift shop for a free chocolate coin! Climb under the pirate ship, ring the bells, read the hidden messages on the pirate flags - it was informative, interesting and fun! Pirates! runs thru September 7, 2010.

Also in the museum are three floors worth of exhibits; armaments - suits of armour, swords, guns, bow-&-arrow; a section devoted to the American Old West (Annie Oakley, Jesse James), George Washington's rifle, and other interesting exhibits.

Admission is $9 for Adults, $7 for children. Be sure to pick up a flyer in the entrance to the museum which will save you $2 per admission!


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Address: 2800 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, Kentucky, 40220, United States