Of all the neighborhoods across the city of Louisville, Old Louisville undoubtedly boasts the longest and richest history- hence the name Old Louisville.
In this Old Louisville Neighborhood Guide, you’ll learn everything you need to know about exploring Old Louisville!
The Whizzburger is a true Louisville original, and much better than that other fast food option!
Originating in nearby Lexington, Kentucky, North Lime provides a fresh spin on the classic donut while also whipping up new and exciting flavor combinations.
The museum features rotating exhibits on a diverse array of ancient, classical, and modern art. As a bonus, the museum is free to visit on Sundays!
Constructed in 1895, this Richardsonian Romanesque castle is one of the most unique mansions in the neighborhood of Old Louisville.
This delightful 1891 chateauesque-style home has a peculiar past complete with gorgeous stained glass, elegant woodwork, and, of course, a bright pink exterior.
Mag Bar is one of the best place to meet some cool people and grab a cold beer.