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Heading over to Louisville, Kentucky?
We have a few places in mind to add to your itinerary and make the most of your visit to the Bluegrass state.
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If you’re ready to do some mega underground adventuring, the Louisville Mega Cavern awaits.
Explore the history, geology, mining, and building technology in Louisville, which also has the world’s only underground zip line course.
This man-made cavern was once a limestone mine in the 1930s.
Now, it runs down 17 miles of corridors below the city to take locals and tourists on exciting adventures.
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Calling all boxing fans, this one’s for you. The Muhammad Ali Center opened in 2005 and is a part of Louisville’s West Main District “Museum Row.”
The center is devoted to the renowned boxing champ and features a 40,000 square foot two-level theater, interactive exhibits, galleries, and a plaza.
In 2013, the museum added a walkway that lets guests stroll over to other downtown highlights.
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All you sluggers will be pop-flying when stepping foot into the famous Louisville Slugger Field.
For more than two decades, the field has supported the Louisville Bats baseball team and the Louisville City FC professional soccer club.
The stadium has a seating capacity of 13,000 and was designed around the concept of an old train shed, which guests walk through in order to enter.
The shed was actually a former Brinly-Hardy Company warehouse.
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In Louisville’s downtown theater district lies the historic theater that will reach 100 years old in 2028.
The seating capacity here is an intimate 2,700 and hosts a variety of events like concerts, films, and performances from the Louisville Orchestra. There are many turrets on the building’s exterior, which was built in the Spanish Baroque style.
The curved lobby ceiling features 139 sculptures of faces of famous historical figures, and the venue itself is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.
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The famous Kentucky Derby and the Kentucky Oaks are held here, two of the longest-running sporting events in the country.
This legendary race track opened on Central Avenue in 1875 and is home to three different race meets every year. It’s even held the famous Breeders’ Cup World Championship eight times.
Feast your eyes on where history was made, a 147-acre race track, a seven-furlong turf racecourse, and a one-mile oval-shaped dirt race track.