Welcome to the vibrant city of Louisville, Kentucky! Nestled along the banks of the Ohio River, this captivating destination offers a perfect blend of rich history, cultural diversity, and southern charm.
Here is a quick overview of our neighborhood guides that detail every corner of the city.
The Highlands is one of the most iconic neighborhoods in Louisville, and for good reason: it has amazing food, a hip atmosphere, and is the perfect place to find out why “Keep Louisville Weird” is one of the city’s slogans!
Historic brick buildings painted with vibrant murals line the streets, hip local restaurants & bars pour craft beer and bourbon, and art galleries and eclectic shops are all at the core of NuLu.
Clifton and Crescent Hill are two neighborhoods off of the eclectic and bustling thoroughfare Frankfort Avenue, just minutes from downtown, with unique shops, beautiful Victorian houses, and plenty of gardens and flowers lining the streets.
Of all the neighborhoods across the city of Louisville, Old Louisville undoubtedly boasts the longest and richest history
Butchertown is a neighborhood that is rooted in culture, vibrancy, and history – it’s actually one of Louisville’s oldest locations dating back to the 1800s.
Germantown may come across as a quiet, more residential neighborhood, don’t let it fool you – sprinkled throughout the neighborhood are a vast array of cool businesses, incredible restaurants, and unassuming taverns around every corner!