Louisville

Each year, horse enthusiasts hoof it to Louisville and Churchill Downs, the legendary home of the Kentucky Derby. In addition to equestrian endeavors and bluegrass roots, Louisville boasts a range of exciting attractions the whole family can enjoy. Stroll through Central Park, in the historic district, to people-watch and get a real feel for the city. Visit other nearby parks for hiking, biking and fossil finding. Baseball fans will love the Louisville Slugger Museum, a celebration of the sport’s legends. The museum is easy to spot, just look for the humongous bat that leans against the building.

Frazier History Museum

The Frazier History Museum is a world-class museum that provides an unforgettable journey through history with ever-changing and interactive exhibits, daily performances by costumed interpreters and engaging special events and programs. To complement our amazing permanent collection, which includes thousands of items from famous world leaders and one of the country's largest toy soldier displays,...

Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse

The Jim Beam(R) Urban Stillhouse - Located on 4th Street Live - Louisville, KY. Here you'll find a small working distillery, tasting & visitors experience. Immerse yourself in our urban experience and sample the World's No. 1 selling Bourbon? Just in town for a short stay? Swing by the Jim Beam Urban Stillhouse and taste what makes Jim Beam(R) special - even fill, seal and stamp your own bottle -...

Waverly Hills Sanatorium

The Waverly Hills Sanatorium is on the U.S. National Register of Historical Places. The massive five story hospital was built in 1926 and sits atop Waverly Hill today. It housed 400 patients and was one of the largest facilities of its kind. Waverly served the community through decades of the worse TB outbreak in the country. After closing in 1961, due to the introduction of life saving...

Historic Locust Grove

Built in 1792, Locust Grove, a three story brick Georgian home, is the final home of General George Rogers Clark, the founder of Louisville, and conqueror of the Old Northwest Territory. The house was built by his sister Lucy Croghan and her husband William Croghan who raised 8 children here and hosted their brother William Clark, of Lewis and Clark fame, as well as Presidents Monroe, Jackson and...

Muhammad Ali Center

Located in the heart of historic downtown Louisville, Kentucky, the Muhammad Ali Center is a cultural attraction and international education center inspired by the ideals of hometown hero Muhammad Ali. The Ali Center features 2 levels of award-winning exhibits, a five-screen orientation theater film, historic Civil Rights era media footage, video of Ali fights, interactive boxing fun, two art...

21c Museum Hotel

Consume global culture and connect with local communities when you visit 21c Museum Hotel - a multi-venue contemporary art museum, coupled with a boutique hotel and chef-driven restaurant. Founded by Laura Lee Brown and Steve Wilson, contemporary art collectors and preservationists who believe in the power of contemporary art. Experience our curated rotating exhibitions, commissioned...