Read on for the top 10 places to visit in Louisville and why. This city has many fun places you can visit, and they will definitely enhance your vacation.
Kentucky Derby Museum
This 2 floor museum talks about the history of the city when it comes to sports, and features children related exhibits as well as events. The museum is focused on horse racing, and 30 minute tours are available on a constant basis.
Visit the 21C
If you are a fan of art, all you need to do is visit the 21C in order to watch the colorful wallpaper art. This eclectic boutique is free to visit, so check it out when you have a couple of free hours.
Go to the Waterfront Park
Every Wednesday, this park features live music and events you don’t want to miss out on. The best local artists hold shows here, and the electric crowd will enhance your experience.
Muhammad Ali Center
Maybe you are a boxing fan or just want to learn more about this sport. In any case, the museum showcases memorabilia related to the famous boxing star, as well as pictures and temporary exhibits. If you want to see for yourself how Muhammad Ali used to live beyond his boxing career, check out this place.
Louisville Mega Cavern
The subterranean adventure park includes many attractions you should experience, such as an aerial rope course. If you want to go on a zip line tour, you should know that the prices start at $69 per person.
Go to the Flea Market
Even if you don’t have cash to spend, head over to the Flea Market for a day of window shopping. If you want to find a gift for a friend at home, or perhaps get a vintage piece, this place is your best bet.
Tim Faulkner Gallery
If you have a few hours to spend, head over to the Tim Faulkner Gallery in order to enjoy the art collection. The museum features big collections of modern art, and maybe get to see some artists at work.
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
Maybe you want to learn more about baseball and take a tour, so visit the Slugger Museum with your friends. The museum offers various tours and is open to the public everyday starting with 11 am and up to 5 pm.
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum
If you visit the city’s historic district, you will be able to see numerous Victorian style homes. One of these buildings is the historic Conrad-Caldwell House, a mansion with an amazing architecture style. The admission fee is $10 for adults, and the tours are mostly available in summer.
If you want to spend your day surrounded by animals, check out the Louisville Zoo. The Zoo has been opened since 1969, and is one of the city’s most popular attractions. The zoo features lions, tigers, monkeys, elephants but also a variety of attractions such as camel rides. Visiting the Zoo is not expensive, and you can see all the attractions for $16.