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  • 1 Kentucky Derby Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    704 704 Central Ave. USA - Louisville, KY 40208

    While visiting Churchill Downs don't miss a stop at this museum to see the amazing Kentucky Derby video presentation projected on a panoramic 360-degree screen. The museum possesses tapes of every Derby since 1918 and offers interactive exhibits wher..

  • 2 Churchill Downs Recommended Recommended

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    700 Central Ave. USA - Louisville, KY 40208

    Perhaps no Kentucky landmark is more familiar than the twin spires of Churchill Downs, home of the famed Kentucky Derby. Located on 80 acres of "the old Churchill property," Churchill Downs opened in May 1875 with the running of the first K..

  • 3 Locust Grove Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    561 Blankenbaker Lane USA - Louisville, KY 40207

    Historically important as the last home of Louisville founder George Rogers Clark, this sweeping l790s homestead was owned by his sister Lucy and her husband, William Croghan. William Clark (George and Lucy's brother) and his partner Meriwether Lewis..

  • 4 Louisville Slugger Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    800 W. Main St. USA - Louisville, KY 40202

    It would be hard to miss this downtown attraction with the 120ft-high baseball bat marking its threshold. Hillerich and Bradsby Co., manufacturers of the world-famous bats, have been a Louisville mainstay since 1884, when the company called J. Freder..

  • 5 Speed Art Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    2035 S. 3rd St USA - Louisville, KY 40208

    This classically inspired building adjoining the University of Louisville's Belknap campus houses a permanent collection of more than 12,000 pieces spanning 6,000 years. Founded in 1925 by Hattie Bishop Speed as a memorial to her husband, Louisville ..

  • 6 Farmington Interesting

    Museums and art

    3033 Bardstown Rd. USA - Louisville, KY 40205

    It's easy to see the Jeffersonian influence in this recently restored 1816 Federal home, with its secret stairway, wide central hallway and many-sided rooms. The spacious, 14-room home was the centerpiece of a 550-acre hemp plantation operated from 1..

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