One of the many things Louisvillians pride themselves on is the city’s culture. We have professional theatre, Broadway, opera, ballet, orchestra, and of course, plenty of start-of-the-art museums in Louisville!
Nestled in the heart of UofL’s campus this gallery is a perfect hub for contemporary and classic art.
This is one of the most fantastic museums in Louisville that is working tirelessly to preserve the legacy of the Kentucky Derby.
Constructed in 1895, the Richardsonian Romanesque castle is one of the most unique mansions in the Old Louisville neighborhood.
Ready to feel like a kid again? You can expect to get some instant creativity when you walk in the doors as you are surrounded by colorful displays and plenty of science.
Ready for some local history, ya’ll? You’ll learn about the story of bourbon, the role of Kentucky in the Civil War and the Lewis & Clark expedition.
Take a tour of the Louisville Slugger factory to see the bats being made, try your hand at the batting cage using bats from famous baseball stars, and walk away with an awesome souvenir.
Two things Louisville loves – theater and bourbon – merge at one of the distilleries / museums in Louisville.