Louisville Things to Do

  • Things to Do
    by riorich55
  • Things to Do
    by riorich55
  • Things to Do
    by riorich55

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  • 1. Belle of Louisville

    Originally built to haul coal, named the Idlewild, the Belle of Louisville offers narrated excursions on the Ohio RIver, providing plenty of the history and geography of the city. This is an authentic...

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  • 2. Frazier International Museum

    This recently remodelled museum has become Louisville's premier attraction. It displays the history of arms and warfare in the US and UK. Especially good is the...

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  • 3. Get Your Pie and Ice Cream Fix

    One of my favorite places in Louisville is Bardstown Road. Up and down about a 3 mile stretch you will find a variety of restaurants, music stores, book stores,...

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  • 4. Visit the sites of the Galt House

    The Galt House was, in the early 19th century, the residence of Dr. W.C. Galt. His house was located at the corner of Second and Main Streets.In 1834, the first...

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  • 5. Kentucky Derby Museum/Churchill Downs Tour

    Churchill Downs is home to the Kentucky Derby, and even if you aren't a racing fan, the huge interactive museum and tour of the grounds is something that...

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  • 6. Louisville Slugger Museum

    Time to see how all the bats for MLB are made! This is a pretty neat little tour/museum. Located on the north side of the city, you start by getting your...

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  • 7. Kentucky Science Museum

    We didn't stop in, as it's ads reflect many hand-ons activities for kids and the youngest in our group was 24 and well versed in science. It sounded great and...

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  • 8. Frazier Museum of History

    Home to the Royal Armouries USA, which is a mini-tour of English History as told through the Armour and weapons used from the early Celts through the Romans,...

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  • 9. The Louisville Slugger

    Come to the factory/museum where the Louisville Slugger baseball bats are made. There is a gift shop where you can buy so many baseball souveniers. I loved the...

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  • 10. Churchill Downs Walking Tour

    The tour of the track was included in the admission price to the museum and we took it because we could not go to see races as we had at Oaklawn in Hot Springs....

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  • 11. The Holiday House Tour

    I was fortunate enough to be visiting my friend who lives in Old Louisville and took me on the house tour. I've added a few of the pictures from the outside...

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  • 12. Cave Hill Cemetery

    Chartered by the Kentucky General Assembly in 1848, this cemetery is the final resting place of many luminaries, including Colonel Harlan Sanders and George...

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  • 13. Churchill Downs.

    The Kentucky Derby is run here each May. This is the most famous horse race in the world. To win the Triple Crown, a horse must win this, the Preakness, and the...

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  • 14. Small interesting Museum

    I would not have thought I could spend 3+ hours in a small museum that had a fabulous pirated exhibit and exhibits on armour and arms. Though I had seen many of...

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  • 15. Ghost Tour

    There are 2 operators of Ghost Tours in Louisville. I have now taken one and hope to take the other! We took the Old Louisville neighborhood ghost tour by...

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  • 16. Tired Of The Same Old Coffee Chains?

    This delightful coffee house on Frankfort Avenue was my final eating/drinking spot on my almost 3 week business trip to Louisville. Their motto: "When ordinary...

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  • 17. Cefiore - Frozen Yogurt Delight

    After a somewhat disappointing trip down to 4th Street Live in downtown Louisville I dropped off my 3 co-workers at their hotels and headed back to mine (the...

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  • 18. Tutankhamun - Wonderful things from Pharaoh's Tomb

    Exhibit runs from March 9 - August 29, 2010Admission $5 adults, $3 students/seniors over 65, $3 advance group tickets (10+)This was a wonderful presentation of...

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  • 19. Frazier International History Museum

    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...

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  • 20. Art-o-Mat at Kentucky Center - Cheap Art!

    Art-o-Mat machines are refurbished cigarette vending machines, reconfigured to dispense artwork. For $5 each, you select the artist/artwork you want by pulling...

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  • 21. Cave Hill Cemetry

    Visits various famous residence from Louisville such as Col. Harlan Sanders who started "Kentucky Fried Chicken Restaurant chain and also Patty & Mildred Hill...

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  • 22. Unique bikes from Wheel Fun Rentals

    Take a ride on one of the unique cycles offered by Wheel Fun Rentals around the Waterfront Park in Louisville. Cycles range from traditional beach cruiser...

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  • 23. Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

    Very cool tour - I went on a Sunday, when there is no production (also, no noise and dust). Tour starts with a short film that fires you up for baseball season...

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  • 24. Public Art - Gallopalooza

    I love this stuff! To celebrate the spirit of the Kentucky Derby, and to raise money for charity, local businesses sponsor an artist to decorate a life-sized...

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  • 25. Speed Art Museum

    This is Kentucky's oldest and largest art museum. Established in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed, it was a memorial to her late husband. Since then, the collection...

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