Day 1 You'll See:
Day 2 You'll See:
- Kentucky Science Center
- Kentucky Derby Museum
- Churchill Downs
- Waverly Hills Sanitarium OR Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
Day 3 You'll See:
- Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay
Take in the local sights, culture, attractions, and fook with the 3-day whirlwind Louisville adventure, taking you to all the most iconic local spots, from Churchill Downs to the Louisville Slugger Museum.
Louisville Waterfront Park
Welcome to the center of it all in Louisville, the highly popular Louisville Waterfront Park. 85 acres of scenic Ohio riverside, endless entertainment options, and local attractions and eateries await, with plenty opportunity for adventure and attraction visits along the way.
Belle of Louisville
The only one of it's kind still operating that was built during the actual steamboat era, the Belle of Louisville is always a great choice for riverside education and entertainment while here. Since 1963 over 7 million people have taken a cruise aboard the Belle, though it was built in 1914, it's longstanding history making it a National Historic Landmark as well.
Old Louisville will provide your group with over 45 square blocks of interactive history, this 1200 acre area holding 6 churches, 4 museums, 6 parks, 10 schools and university's, 11 inns, and countless Victorian style homes from the past. You will see Victorian Gothic, Italianate, Renaissance Revival, Queen Anne, Tudor, Shotgun, Eclectic, Bungalow, Richardson Romantic, Beaux Arts, and Chatesque architectural styles all throughout the neighborhood, plus countless local attractions and eateries.
Kentucky Science Center
Kentucky's largest hands-on science museum, the Kentucky Science Center, has 3 floors packed with exhibits and an onsite 4 -story movie screen. This center has a long-standing relationship with Louisville, first founded in 1871. It considers itself to be the state's top 'entertainment and education resource for everyday life', the perfect daytime stop for locals and visitors alike.
Kentucky Derby Museum
This American Thoroughbred horse racing museum is located on the grounds of Churchill Downs and has been an integral part of this community since 1985. The museum celebrates the tradition, history, hospitality, and pride of the world-renowned Kentucky Derby and allows guests to enter an immersive world of racing themselves. Inside the museum you will find such exhibits as Winning Colors/Famous Fillies, It's My Derby, Dwayne Lukas Collection, American Pharough, African Americans in Thoroughbred Racing, International Horseshoeing HOF, and many, many more.
Welcome to the most popular attraction in town, entertainment-wise, history-wise, and culture-wise. The Churchill Downs, a true American Icon, is located on Central Avenue in Louisville, which is appropriate because it is very much the central attraction in the area.Home of the annual Kentucky Derby, the longest continually running sporting event in America, as well as the Kentucky Oaks, this famous thoroughbred racetrack is a MUST VISIT while in Louisville. Here's a bit of history for you.
Waverly Hills Sanitarium OR Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
Kentucky Kingdom and Hurricane Bay
The entire park consists of 63 acres filled with roller coasters, thrill rides, kid fun zones, a water park area, and even several gorgeous themed gardens throughout. In its entirety, there are over 70 rides and attractions within the park. In Kentucky Kingdom, you will find such rides as the T3, StormChaser, Ferris Wheel, and many classic kiddy rides (plus so many more not listed). At Hurricane Bay, The Adventure River, Deepwater Dive, and Vanishing Falls will greet you.