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|Entertainment and Attractions|
|Attractions – This page by gotolouisville.com is easy to navigate, and can be browsed by location and category.
It also lists the top 16 attractions of the city.
|Search the event calendar to see what is happening when you visit Louisville:
|Fourth Street Live! – Downtown entertainment and retail district, walking distance from the conference hotel.
Fourth Street Live! boasts venues such as Hard Rock Café, Red Star Tavern, Lucky Strike Lanes, and Maker’s Mark Bourbon House and Lounge.
|Belle of Louisville – Take a cruise on an authentic riverboat. One of the crown jewels of Louisville.
|Louisville Bats – Official site of the Triple-A affiliate of the Cincinnati Reds.
The beautiful new Louisville Slugger Field is definitely worth the time to visit.
|Horseshoe Indiana – If casino gambling is your thing, there is the Horseshoe Casino a short drive from downtown
|Night club/bar directories
|Kentucky Bourbon Trail – This tour connects the nation's Bourbon distilleries, where you can see the art of Bourbon-making being practiced much as it
was 200 years ago. Visit the producers of "America's ONLY Native Spirit" and experience the magic and science of the Master Distiller's craft - all
within an easy day's drive through the rolling Kentucky hills.
|Other Attractions: Arts
|Other Attractions: Historical
|Other Attractions: Outdoor
|Restaurants – Browsable by location
|Filson Historical Society – Nationally known historical museum focusing on Kentucky and the Ohio Valley.
|Frasier International History Museum – Collection focuses on arms and related artifacts made between the 16th and the 20th centuries.
|Kentucky Derby Museum – Located at the famous Churchill Downs race track.
|J. B. Speed Art Museum – Kentucky’s oldest and largest art museum with over 12,000 items in its permanent collection.
The collection spans 6000 years, from Egyptian to Contemporary art.
|Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory – One of the most visited attractions in Kentucky.
A fun and fascinating museum dedicated to the Official Bat of Major League Baseball.
|Muhammad Ali Center – Preserving Muhammad’s legacy. Promoting personal best. Pursuing a more respectful world.
An international education and cultural center that is inspired by the ideals of its visionary founder Muhammad Ali.
|Louisville Science Center – The region’s leading resource for informal science education. It houses 150 interactive exhibits and a four story IMAX theatre.
|Embroiderer’s Guild of America, Inc. – EGA National Headquarters is located in downtown, Louisville.
There is an excellent gallery and library, and is definitely worth looking at.
|American Printing House for the Blind – The APH Callahan Museum actively collects artifacts relating to the education of the blind.
|Other Museums/Educational Tours:
|Louisville features many shopping possibilities. We have major shopping malls with nationally recognized retailers such as
Dillard’s, Chico’s, William Sonoma, Old Navy, etc. If you have time, be sure check out the Bardstown Road or Frankfort
Avenue corridors, which are loaded with antique shops, art galleries and unique boutiques
|Louisville Free Public Library
|University of Louisville Libraries
|Bellarmine University – W. L. Lyons Brown Library
|Indiana University Southeast Library
|Spalding University Library
|Speed Art Museum Library (Restricted use, by appointment during museum hours)
|Sons of the American Revolution Library – National Headquarters of SAR
|Filson Historical Society Library
|Jefferson Community College Library
|Southern Baptist Theological Seminary – James P. Boyce Centennial Library
|Louisville Presbyterian Theological Seminary – E. M. White Library
|Courier Journal, the daily newspaper