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The Steamer Belle of Louisville, a National Historic Landmark and The Riverboat Spirit of Jefferson serve as the western anchor of Louisville's award winning Waterfront Park in downtown Louisville, Kentucky. With the playing of her calliope, the Belle, now in her 95th year, continues to beckon one and all to join her on a journey back to the time when she carried passengers and goods to ports all along the beautiful Ohio River. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisville is the largest city in Kentucky. It is situated on the Ohio River in north-central Kentucky at the Falls of the Ohio. Although situated in a Southern state, Louisville is influenced by both Southern and Midwestern culture. It is sometimes referred to as either the northernmost Southern city or the southernmost Northern city in the United States. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisville Slugger Museum
It takes a special place to craft the Official Bat of Major League Baseball. Since 1884, Louisville Slugger has put prime lumber in the hands of the greatest players of the game. A visit to the museum shows you how the sport has changed a bit between then and now, but the crack of the bat remains one of the sporting world's most thrilling moments. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Horse racing in Kentucky is rich in history, dating back to 1789 when the first race course was laid out in Lexington. Nearly 100 years later, in 1875, Churchill Downs officially opened and began its tradition as the home of the Kentucky Derby. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Alternatively referred to as “The Run for the Roses” or “The Most Exciting Two Minutes in Sports”, the Kentucky Derby is a 1.25 mile race for three-year-old thoroughbred horses. The Kentucky Derby draws an average of 150,000 visitors each year including locals, celebrities, presidents, and royalty. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Home to many of the city’s major arts organizations, The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts brings the finest in music, dance, theater and more! It is the home for Louisville’s nationally-renowned arts scene, to The Louisville Ballet, Stage One and PNC Bank Broadway Across America – Louisville, as well as a host of community theaters and our own Kentucky Center Presents performances. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Fourth Street Live!
Fourth Street Live! is Louisville’s premier dining, entertainment and retail destination located on Fourth Street, between Liberty Street and Muhammad Ali Boulevard, in the heart of historic downtown Louisville, KY. Just a short walk from downtown hotels, waterfront park, Main Street, Slugger Field, and other major attractions Fourth Street Live! is your one-stop destination for dining, entertainment, and shopping! Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
KFC Yum! Center
The KFC Yum! Center is the fifth largest college basketball arena in the nation. The University of Louisville men's and women's basketball teams are the primary tenants of the arena complex; but this center also houses conventions, ice shows, and collegiate sport championships also use the facility. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Thunder Over Louisville
Rated as one of the top 100 events in North America, the Derby Festival's Opening Ceremonies is truly a sight to behold. The breathtaking and 28-minute show includes Thunder's signature one-mile waterfall effect off the bridge, making the fireworks seem to rain down. After more than a decade, the show remains the largest annual pyrotechnic display in North America. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Louisville Waterfront Park is the front door to Kentucky, a playground for people of all ages, and a gathering place for folks from all over the community. It offers a grand view of the river; space for concerts and festivals; quiet places to read a book; and picnic spaces for your family and friends. Photo courtesy of Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
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