About Louisville

Louisville's major districts are best described as a series of spokes emanating from a central hub. Downtown sits on the southern bank of the Ohio river, and a number of happening thoroughfares jut more or less southward from there.

Downtown

Louisville was one of the original frontier cities. Downtown, that personality remains in many respects. Firstly, a gaggle of frontier-era buildings give the area a distinctive visual feel. Second, and more important, a no-holds-barred approach to urban revitalization keeps Downtown Louisville on the cutting edges of fun and culture. Still-vital relics like the Seelbach Hotel (inspiration for beloved sections of The Great Gatsby) anchor certain corners, while hotspots like Proof on Main (purveyor of specialty cocktails and modernized American cuisine) anchor others.

During the day, attractions like the Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory and Louisville Science Center brim with activity, catering to tourists and locals alike. After sunset, the party starts. Follow the flashing lights and bumpin' beats to Fourth Street Live, a centrally located and densely packed complex of fine dining and raucous nightlife.

Bardstown Road

Despite Downtown being home to the Muhammad Ali Center, Bardstown Road is the undisputed heavyweight champion of happeningness in Louisville, and the foremost of the aforementioned spokes. Dozens of the best bars, restaurants and retail are located along Bardstown or its companion boulevard, Baxter. This strip is perhaps most notable for its defining physical characteristic, which affects visitors in a somewhat jarring manner. Bardstown is a serious four-lane transportation corridor, but the catch is that each of the four lanes is subject to change. During certain hours, multiple lanes may be devoted to inbound or outbound traffic. During others, center lanes may be reserved for left turns only. On weekends, the curbside lanes are likely set aside for parking. Beware if you're behind the wheel on Bardstown. Nonetheless, businesses here thrive. For miles and miles, there's nothing but bustling storefronts and happy citizens striding up and down the walk.

The surrounding area is lovely as well. To the east is Cherokee Park, an expansive municipal park with rolling hills, wildflowers, a creek, a lookout, a golf course, and miles of trails. It is very easy to venture into Cherokee Park with the intention of taking a quick stroll, and then find yourself two hours later parched and beat. Luckily, cute neighborhood streets wind in and around the park, and they all feed back to the Bardstown corridor at one point or another, where electrolyte replenishment is a snap.

Old Louisville

Due south of Downtown, along the vertical spoke that is 3rd and 4th Streets, Old Louisville is a grand old district. Breathtaking southern mansions line street after street, with majestic fountains and grassy medians adding class throughout. Central Park is the neighborhood's focal point, with tennis courts, a modest amphitheater, and a visitors center keeping things lively. Branch out from the park, and you'll find homey coffee shops like Old Louisville Coffeehouse, and charmingly grungy neighborhood taverns like the Magnolia Bar & Grill (known affectionately around here simply as "Mag Bar").

Frankfort Avenue

Not nearly as energetic as Bardstown Road, Frankfort does show some major signs of life. It is Bardstown's sister spoke to the north, in the grand scheme of things, so a certain amount of trickle-up action is to be expected. Galleries, shops, bars and eateries line the way, and way out at the end, Frankfort turns into Shelbyville Road, the main drag leading into the cute little community of St. Matthews.

Germantown

Germantown is easy to write off as something of a post-industrial wasteland one passes en route from Downtown to the Bardstown Road strip. This is a grand mistake. Choose your route carefully, and you'll find some treasures tucked away into the hidden recesses of this sleepy district.

  • John B. Castleman Monument

    Cherokee Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 2121(Tourist Information)
    Situated at a prime location in Louisville, the John B. Castleman monument adorns the Cherokee Triangle. The monument is built to honor Castleman, who was a Confederate officer during the time of Civil War. The statue is made from bronze and stands 15 feet (4.57 meter) tall. The monument sees him riding on his favorite mare. 
  • Cathedral of the Assumption

    433 South Fifth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 582 2971
    The Cathedral of the Assumption was founded in 1811 and gave rise to an infirmary and orphanage. One of the oldest United States cathedrals still in use, today the church continues to aid those in need. It is comprised of over 54 separate ministries, and sponsors community outreach programs - including feeding the hungry and caring for the homeless.
  • Thomas Edison House

    729-731 East Washington Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 585 5247
    Although the 19-year-old Thomas Edison only resided at 729-31 East Washington Street for a year, it was during his time here working as a telegraph key operator that he explored improvements to the telegraph. Today, the Thomas Edison house continues to support the inquisitive spirit by organizing the annual Invention Convention, where school children compete with their own inventions. Another annual event takes place with the Edison Extravaganza evening with silent and live auctions. Have a party or group function that requires a historical inventor's living quarters (and tranquil backyard garden)? The house is available to rent for up to 50 people.
  • Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory

    800 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 877 775 8443
    Looming like an all-American obelisk over downtown Louisville, the Louisville Slugger Museum's signature giant-size baseball bat is recognized the world over as the biggest, bestest piece of ash in existence. Inside the facility, visitors are treated to as well-rounded a baseball experience as could be offered at even the most premiere ballparks in the league. You'll be immersed in history, technology and heart for the better part of an afternoon. The best part is the brief tour of the factory floor, where you'll see real live Louisville Sluggers being crafted out of raw timber like golden fleece spun out of dirty lamb's wool.
  • Cherokee Park

    745 Cochran Hill Road Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 5000
    Though it's located within mere blocks of one of Louisville's most thriving urban centers, Cherokee Park remains a bastion of rugged tranquility. With miles of trails, a range of exciting geography, and room for every sport or outdoor activity, CP is without a doubt a true Kentucky destination. In addition to its renowned golf course, there are facilities for archers, ball players, climbers, dog owners, fishermen, grill masters, horseshoe sharks, mountain bikers, birders, footballers, swimmers, and tennis enthusiasts.
  • Central Park

    1340 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40208 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 5000
    Old Louisville just might be one of the grandest old neighborhoods in the South -- if not the world. Ancient mansions and ancient oaks line ancient boulevards and avenues, and they all lead to one place: Central Park. It's a square block shrouded in shade and filled with neighbors enjoying their sunny afternoons. Kids play in the fountain, adults hone their backhand on the tennis court. All enjoy the pathways and shaded picnic spots. During the summer months, an amphitheater draws crowds, and they're kept safe by the on-site branch of the Louisville PD.
  • Cumberland Brews

    1576 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 458 8727
    On one of the most bustling blocks of the always-bustling Bardstown Road corridor, Cumberland Brews serves up tall pours of craft-brewed beer and healthy helpings of Southern-fried comfort food. Brews range from traditional English-style classics to decidedly experimental stuff like a pale ale spiced up with a hit of Yerba Mate. To eat, fried fish sandwiches and cheeseburgers go great with a side of fried green tomatoes. Enjoyment of all of the above is amplified by the fast-paced street scene out front viewable through big picture windows (or through your own two eyes if you grab a table out on the sidewalk).
  • Louisville Zoo

    1100 Trevilian Way Louisville, KY 40213 United States - Phone: +1 502 459 2181
    The Louisville Zoo is quite possibly one of the finest unsung zoos in the world. Though somewhat modest in size, in is nonetheless home to a solid bevy of beautiful beasts. Highlights include camels, baby elephants and the MANED WOLF, a creature seemingly ripped from the pages of some kind of fantastical, mythical fairybook! Tiger feedings are another must-see attraction. Guests are also invited to come within mere feet of the animal as it feeds on its lunch through a mesh-covered opening in its glass enclosure. Jaw-dropping fun! See website for complete list of animals and attractions, as well as news items, conservation effort info and more.
  • Iroquois Park

    1080 Amphitheater Road Louisville, KY 401214 United States - Phone: +1 502 368 5865
    Iroquois Park is a veritable outdoorsman's playground, located within minutes of Downtown Louisville. It's home to something of a mountain, from the top of which visitors get a panoramic look at the whole region. Why, on a clear day, one can see all the way to Indiana! Other park amenities include an archery range, basketball courts, disc golf course, fishing lake, miles of trails, horseshoes, picnicking, playground, tennis courts and more. On a cool Kentucky morning, one can set off up a narrow trail and quickly find one's self lost in the woods -- in a good way -- away from civilization, away from one's cares. And yet civilization and cares are just a few minutes away.
  • Maker's Mark

    3350 Burkes Spring Road Loretto, KY 40033 United States - Phone: +1 502 865 2099
    The Maker's Mark Distillery Tour is touted as one of the best even by some of its fiercest competitors, noted for a laundry list of qualities that set it apart. Maker's makes one product and one product only, unlike other distilleries that sometimes produce whole ranges of different bourbons. This focus lends an unparalleled quality to their bourbon, and makes for a distillery tour that goes down easy -- with a smooth finish. Furthermore, Maker's Mark is a family-style operation in many ways. The distillery grounds are beautiful but modest in scale, and are staffed by a small but extremely dedicated workforce. The tour itself is a thing of beauty in and of itself. Visitors are invited to see firsthand each and every step in the distilling process, from cooking and fermentation to aging and bottling. Charming and informative tour guides explain the intricacies of the processes and act as very human windows into the one-of-a-kind culture that is the Maker's Mark family. At tour's end, it's time to taste! Here, visitors are treated to an opportunity to sample the finished Maker's Mark product right alongside the unfinished bourbon-eligible distilled spirit (or BEDS), essentially the unaged moonshine that eventually becomes whiskey. Finally, the gift shop has its own wax station, where any citizen can strap on some gloves and goggles and dip their own bottle of Maker's into a vat of the company's signature bright-red sealing wax. Never in the history of civilization has there been a better tour souvenir.
  • Jim Beam American Outpost

    149 Happy Hollow Road Shepherdsville, KY 40165 United States - Phone: +1 502 543 9877
    Jim Beam is one of the most cherished American whiskeys, and thus its unique history is one worth celebrating, and the Jim Beam American Outpost is the place to do it. Your visit begins with a screening of a short film telling the Beam story. Then you tour past some historic buildings and machinery. Then you make it to the tasting room where somebody pours you a couple tastes of bourbon. Then it's over to the gift shop for a souvenir Jim Beam sweatshirt.
  • Lincoln Boyhood Home

    Bardstown Road Athertonville, KY 40051 United States - Phone: +1 270 358 3137
    Constituted in the Lincoln Living Historical Farm, the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial is situated in present day Lincoln City, Indiana. Predominantly the site where Lincoln spent his childhood, the park does provide for public to get a glimpse of the life of the 16th President of the United States. They also feature a museum with a variety of exhibits and a point of reference film. A great deal of joy is vented at the point where public can draft letters that automatically get converted to Lincoln’s handwriting. In the year of 2005, the locate was visited by a record 147,443 people round the year.
  • Church of the Annunciation

    120 Main Street Shelbyville, KY 40065 United States - Phone: +1 502 633 1547
    Church of the Annunciation is a charming red colored church which has been in existence since 1860. Built in the beautiful Gothic Revival style it is an evidence of the ancient time it belonged to. The pleasant and inviting atmosphere of the church makes it even more lovely. Services are regularly held even today and all other ceremonies are routinely conducted.
  • Belle of Louisville

    401 West River Road Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 2992 / +1 866 832 0011(Toll Free)

    The historic steamboat - Belle of Louisville is the oldest operating steam boat credited with maximum number of places visited and miles covered, ever since it was put into service on the Allegheny River in 1914. The boat is made of steel except the main deck, which is of asphalt. Since 1931, the boat has served the ports along the Ohio river, and was also operational during the World War II. It was listed in the National Register Historic Places in 1972 and was also awarded with National Historic Landmark in 1989. Besides, it was also one of the famous steamboats to participate in the Great Steamboat Race event of the Kentucky Derby Festival during the 1960s. Today, the boat can easily be chartered for family events and tour to its historic route along the Ohio river is also conducted from time to time. Refer to their website for more information. 

  • Wild Turkey Distillery

    1525 Tyrone Road Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 United States - Phone: +1 502 839 2182 / +1 800 455 5585(Toll Free) /+1 502 839 4544(Toll Free)
    The state of Kentucky is a major wine and spirit producer in the country. The distillery in Lawrenceburg is one of the oldest in the region. Tasting sessions and tours of the area are organized as well.
  • Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon Heritage Center (The)

    1311 Gilkey Run Road Bardstown, KY 40004 United States - Phone: +1 502 337 1000
    The second largest producer of Bourbon in the world, Heaven Hill Distilleries, provides whiskey lovers an opportunity to explore and know the whole process of making and marketing of their favorite labels. You can avail of various tours and tasting sessions at The Heaven Hill Distilleries Bourbon Heritage Center where these are conducted. Check website for further details.
  • Water Tower

    3005 River Road Louisville, KY 40207 United States - Phone: +1 502 896 2146
    Built in Greek Revival style in 1856, and designated as a National Historical Landmark, the Water Tower has the distinction of being one of the oldest water towers in the world which still stands proudly by the Ohio River. Having served the people of Louisville since the 17th Century, it was damaged several times over the centuries. Since 1977, the tower and its surrounding confines have been managed by the Louisville Visual Arts Association which organizes art-related, cultural and community events here.
  • MT. BRODERICK Pullman Lounge-Obs-Sleeping Car

    136 South Main Street New Haven, KY 40051 United States - Phone: +1 502 549 5470
    Mount Broderick Pullman Car is one of the prime rail cars on display at the Kentucky Railway Museum. The train, originally named Mt. Broderick, was created in 1926 by Pullman Company. It comprised of ten compartments and could accommodate a maximum of 52 passengers. 'Four star hotel on rails' is a common phrase used to describe this locomotive. It featured concrete flooring, lounge and buffet sections, and contemporary air conditioning system. Since 1958, the Kentucky Railway Museum are the proud owners of Mount Broderick Pullman Car.
  • Jefferson Memorial Forest

    11311 Mitchell Hill Road Louisville, KY 40118 United States - Phone: +1 502 368 5404
  • Crosby Park

    11500 Cedardale Road Middletown, KY 40223 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 1100(Tourist Information)
  • Church of St. Francis of Assisi

    1960 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 456 6394
    The Church of St. Francis of Assisi is a prominent church in the Catholic community of the city. The Gothic-styled structure lies on the popular Bardstown Road, in southern Louisville, and was designed by architects Walter Wagner and Joesph Potts. The compound of the church comprises the St. Francis of Assisi school and the famed statue of St. Francis. Besides providing spiritual solace, the church is also the venue for many community events. See the website for more information.
  • Louisville Mega Cavern

    1841 Taylor Avenue Louisville, KY 40213 United States - Phone: +1 877 614 6342
    Explore Louisville Mega Cavern with a Historic Tram Tour where you ride through part of 17 miles (27 kilometers) of underground passageways beneath the city of Louisville. Learn about the geology, history, mining techniques, recycling, and green business technology. See where 50,000 people would have been invited to stay during the Cold War Era. You can also go on Mega Zips the adventure tour featuring five underground ziplines, three challenge bridges including dual racing zips, and over two hours of adrenaline. Another great tour only offered from November through December is Lights Under Louisville an all underground holiday light show. Drive through a part of the of underground passageways beneath Louisville as you see and hear the sights and sounds of the holiday season.
  • Jim Beam American Stillhouse

    526 Happy Hollow Road Clermont, KY 40110 United States - Phone: +1 502 543 9877
    Introduced in the 18th century, Jim Beam is one of the oldest and most popular brands of bourbon in the country. Trace the brand's journey, of more than 200 years and global acclaim, at this delightful facility in Clermont. Guided tours of the facility take you through a fascinating journey through Jim Beam's history, as well as the complex process of distilling their world-famous bourbon from start to end. Lasting an hour and fifteen minutes, the tour includes tastings as well as a display of exhibits from the company's history. The Beam Bar at the facility serves up a selection of spirits from the company. Check website for more.
  • Mayor Andrew Broaddus

    4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States
    The Mayor Andrew Broaddus is a lifesaving station in Louisville that was named in honor of Andrew Broaddus, a former mayor of the city. Rescue crews were posted at this station to protect visitors from the rapids of the Ohio River. Launched in 1929, it was one of the first three to be featured on western waters.
  • Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historic Park

    2995 Lincoln Farm Road Hodgenville, KY 42748 United States - Phone: +1 207 358 3137
    The Abraham Lincoln Birthplace National Historical Park is a must visit when in the city. The park comprises of farm sites and a memorial building. Take 56 steps to the top and admire the architecture. Also visit the replica of the modest log cabin where the country's 16th President was born back in 1809. This historically significant site is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Abraham Lincoln Statue

    Lincoln Square Hodgenville, KY 42748 United States
    The Abraham Lincoln Statue commemorates the country's 16th President. This historic site was built in 1909 by Adolph Alexander Weinman on Lincoln's 100th birth anniversary. It is a 6 feet (1.8 meters) tall statue featuring a seated Lincoln, and is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Mordecai Lincoln House

    Lincoln Park Road Springfield, KY 40069 United States - Phone: +1 859 336 5440(Tourist Information)
    This historic home is built by Mordecai Lincoln, the paternal uncle of Abraham Lincoln. It is built in the Federal style of architecture and is the only home owned by the Lincoln family that is still in existence. The beautiful rectangular structure with a grass bed around it makes a beautiful sight. It is on the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Farmington Historic Plantation

    3033 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 452 9920
    The Farmington Historic Plantation is a recreational site for children and elders alike. Enticing tours are arranged for tourists visiting the grounds. These tours can be availed on all seven days of the week. The visitors' center provides a comprehensive map that is a great guide for sightseeing. The excursions to the historic house are offered from Tuesday to Friday, although it is to be noted that there is a weekly change in the schedule. The charges for exploring the plantation are modest and a great trip can be availed in minimal charges. Fees for adults are USD9, whilst that for seniors is USD8. Children can visit the site for USD4, and toddlers below six years of age can visit for free.
  • Pendennis Club (The)

    218 West Muhammad Ali Boulevard Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 4311
    The Pendennis Club stands as a monumental private club in the city of Louisville in the U.S. State of Kentucky. The site dates back to the year 1928, and this historical club still serves its members. For details about the membership and club services, check website or call ahead.
  • Fort Duffield Civil War Historic Site

    Salt River Road West Point, KY 40177 United States - Phone: +1 502 922 4574
    Fort Duffield was built in 1861 and was named in the honor of Rev. George Duffield of Detroit. Even during the Civil War this fort was mostly unused and no wars were fought here. Given its lack of use, Fort Duffield was eventually abandoned, Currently, Fort Duffield is managed and maintained by a voluntary group called 'Friends of Fort Duffield. Living History Program, Ghost Walks and similar other events are hosted here on a regular basis.
  • Louisville Free Public Library - Main Library

    301 York Street Louisville, KY 40203 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 1611 / +1 502 574 1616
    Louisville Free Public Library dates back to 1906, it was founded owing to the generous donations of Andrew Carnegie. The library building has featured in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 1980. Check website for details.
  • Confederate Memorial in Pewee Valley

    Maple Avenue Pewee Valley, KY 40056 United States - Phone: +1 502 241 8049
    Pewee Valley Confederate Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Pewee Valley, Kentucky. It is the site of the old Kentucky Confederate Home. It is the official state burial ground, and is the only cemetery for Confederate veterans. The monument is unique among Civil War monuments as they are built in zinc, whereas the others are made of marble or limestone. The cemetery got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 27, 1989.
  • Confederate Monument of Bardstown

    North 3rd Street Bardstown, KY 40004 United States
    Confederate Monument of Bardstown was built in 1903 in the Bardstown/St. Joseph's Cemetery to honor the sacrifice of 67 Confederate soldiers who died during the American Civil War. Most of the soldiers were under the command of Major General Braxton Bragg. The base of the monument is made of limestone, and the statue of the Confederate soldier is made of zinc. The monument got listed at the National Register of Historic Places on July 17, 1997.
  • Sara Shallenberger Brown Lobby

    316 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 1205 / +1 502 371 0956
    Originally known as the Southern National Bank, the Old Bank of Louisville is a great Greek Revival structure made up of brick and limestone. Considered to be as one of the most sophisticated and elite commercial structures, the bank looks great in it's interior and exterior styling. The bank stands original as it is even today, after it was built first, and is currently used as the lobby for the Actors Theater of Louisville.

  • Springfield Baptist Church

    305 Lincoln Park Road Springfield, KY 40069 United States - Phone: +1 859 336 3544
    The Springfield Baptist Church is a beautiful historic church that is located across the Lincoln Park Road. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it was erected in 1910.
  • Jefferson County Courthouse

    527 West Jefferson Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States
    Formerly known as the Jefferson County Courthouse, the Louisville Metro Hall was a Gideon Shryyock architectural style structure. Featuring the bays on the facade with a huge entrance that leads one into the building is absolutely stunning. The metro hall is a place that serves as a great county place for Louiville. There are several events organised by the officials for the young kids, one of the very famous event was plantation of trees throughout Louisville and the same was a great success.

  • Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral

    310 West Stephen Foster Avenue Bardstown, KY 40004-0548 United States - Phone: +1 502 348 3126
    The Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral is historic church located in Bardstown, Kentucky. Built in 1823, this Catholic parish was constructed by John Rogers using Greek Revival style influences. The church also features a number of paintings donated by notable personalities like King Louis-Philippe of France. This cathedral is also the first one to be built west of the Allegheny mountains. The site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
  • Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery

    Long Run Road Louisville, KY 40245 United States
    Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.

  • Peterson-Dumesnil House

    301 South Peterson Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 895 7975
    The monumental Peterson-Dumensil House is a finely structured house in the Crescent Hill vicinity of the city of Louisville in the U.S. State of Kentucky. The historical house was constructed from 1869 through 1870 and magnificently exemplifies the Victorian-Italianate style of architecture. It was incorporated in the National Register of Historic Places in 1975.
  • Washington Historic District

    E Street Washington, KY 41056 United States - Phone: +1 606 759 7411
    Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1970, the Washington Historic District developed during the 1700s era. Some of the important architectural landmarks of this historical district include Albert Sidney Johnston House, Marshall Key House and the The Paxton Inn.
  • Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Custom House

    601 West Broadway Louisville, KY 40203 United States

    The Gene Snyder U.S. Courthouse and Custom House, or the United States Post Office, Court House and Custom House is a historic government building situtated in Louisville, Kentucky. The building includes a post office, a custom house and a courthouse. The structure was constructed in 1932 in the Classical Revival style of architecture, with its limestone exteriors and elaborate pilasters. The site was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1999.

  • Cave Hill Cemetery

    701 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 451 5630
    A portion of the farm of Cave Hill was turned into a cemetery in 1848. Today, the garden cemetery is known for its beautiful headstones, traditional burial slots, monuments, mausoleums that bring out a different charm in the cemetery. There are group tours of the cemetery that are provided while you can go on a walking tour of the cemetery on weekends.
  • Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse

    401 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 515 0174
    Established in 2011, Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse is an ideal place to feast on freshly brewed beers and delicious food. Managed by a group of friends: Jerry, Adam, Sam and Andrew, this is the first traditional brewpub in the city. Against The Grain takes pride in brewing a vast variety of beers that are rich in flavor. Right from classic ales to special flavors like fruit, herbal, floral, citrus and more, are available here. Their menu features a delightful range of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and chicken that will complement your drink. Located on the grounds of Louisville Slugger Field, you can enjoy a drink and meal here before or after a game.
  • Evan Williams Bourbon Experience

    528 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 272 2622
    Whiskey connoisseur or not, the Evan Williams Bourbon Experience is a must visit when in Louisville. This establishment is named after Kentucky's pioneering distiller and offers an insight into Williams' life and work. A guided tour of the distillery features an audio-visual interactive exhibition on the history of bourbon and its manufacturing process through the times. Visitors can also witness the state-of-the-art mechanism in use. At the end of the tour, sample some varieties like rye bourbon and single barrel bourbon, and take home unique souvenirs like bourbon mustard, maple syrup and toffee.
  • Limestone Restaurant

    10001 Forest Green Boulevard Louisville, KY 40223 United States - Phone: +1 502 426 7477
    For all you Southern belles and gentlemen out there, Limestone serves up some of the most tantalizing country dishes in all of Louisville. Pick from such delicacies as Roasted Quail, Potato Crusted Halibut, and Lamb Wellington. There is also a most attractive wine list, and the hospitable staff will make you feel right at home.
  • Morton's Steakhouse (The)

    626 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 0421
    Prime cuts and fresh seafood is what you will find at Morton's. Start off with appetizers such as Smoked Pacific Salmon and Lobster Bisque and then make your way up to the meats- the Double Porterhouse Steak and the New York Strip Steak come highly recommended. The staff is highly efficient and obliging and there is an attractive winelist. Make sure, however, that you come well-prepared to foot an expensive bill.
  • Proof on Main

    702 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 217 6360
    Located in the heart of downtown Louisville on the ground floor of the 21c Museum Hotel, Proof on Main has captured the hearts, minds and bellies of diners throughout the city and beyond. Blending classic and modern, bare brick walls decked with lovingly chosen contemporary art make for one striking spot. The Tuscan-inspired American cuisine is often jaw dropping, particularly when accompanied by a selection from the in-house bar. The wine selection is thorough, though the specialty cocktails on offer have a keen ability to mix grit and whimsy.
  • Lucky Strike Lanes

    427 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 560 1400
    Bowling just became a whole new game. First opened in Hollywood, California, Lucky Strike Lanes' management envisioned a bowling alley celebrities would want to patronize - with top shelf food and ever-changing artwork showcased at the end of each lane. The idea proved popular, and Lucky Strike Lanes now has alleys across the country. The menu is surprisingly gourmet for a bowling alley; revitalized from the typical beer and nachos that may spring to mind at the mention of bowling alley food. The mouth-watering menu includes appetizers, salads, gourmet pizzas, burgers, sandwiches, desserts, and even all-day breakfast. Please note that guests are expected to adhere to a dress code.
  • Bourbons Bistro

    2255 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 894 8838
    Bourbons Bistro brings its guests outstanding Kentucky cuisine with a bourbon list of over 100 varieties. Bourbon connoisseurs will appreciate the quality and vast array of selections, while gourmands enjoy the tempting appetizers, salads, and entrees - a contemporary take on southern cuisine featuring meats, seafood, and more. Just two miles from Downtown, Bourbons Bistro offers seasonal outdoor seating and event catering. Their monthly Bourbon Dinner program is part dinner, part bourbon tasting, and part presentation by a master bourbon distiller.
  • Asiatique Restaurant

    1767 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 451 2749
    The dishes at Asiatique Restaurant aren't just pleasing to the eye, the Pacific Rim cuisine has won rave reviews from critics and several culinary awards. The gourmet appetizers, salads, entrees, and desserts appeal to a number of tastes, but seafood and Asian influences are largely represented on the menu. The restaurant's stylish contemporary decor sets the mood for a fine dining experience. Don't leave without a look at the award-winning wine menu. Asiatique caters, and can accommodate on-site parties of up to 60 guests.
  • Jack Fry's Restaurant

    1007 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 452 9244
    Emerging from the alcoholic waves of post-Prohibition activity, Jack Fry's tavern opened up way back in 1933. It's roots could not be further from the fine dining experience of today's Jack Fry's. Though the building holds on to its past (in refurbished antique touches and a live jazz band), the atmosphere is that of a four-star restaurant. An innovative menu of dishes range from Jack's signature burgers to foie gras. Parties of all sizes are welcome.
  • Lilly's

    1147 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 451 0447
    Lilly's proudly serves local farm-fresh food - so fresh, in fact, that some dishes include produce from their organic garden that only an hour before had its roots in the ground. These wholesome meals benefit the taste buds, body, and soul due to the fact that customers are helping support local farmers. Lilly's fine-dining experience has been lauded by everyone from USA Today to Rachael Ray. The constantly-changing menu is rooted in traditional Southern fare, but explores whatever inspires chef and owner Kathy Cary. Lilly's associated catering company, La Pêche, caters events for up to 500 guests and is one of the most respected caterers in the city.
  • Mark's Feed Store Bar-B-Q

    1514 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 458 1570
    For over 20 years, Mark's Feed Store has been serving Kentucky style barbecue, slathered with its famous secret sauces. These sauces represent many hours of honing the mixture to perfection, and the management is so serious about guarding its secrecy that the recipe is kept in a locked vault. Nevertheless, this winner of the American Royal International Sauce Contest is sold in retail bottles and even served on Papa John's pizzas worldwide. Genuine hospitality and real Southern cooking (with menu items like sweet fried corn and homemade buttermilk pie) keep customers coming back to this Louisville favorite.
  • Sapporo Japanese Grill & Sushi

    1706 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 253 0036
    Though Sapporo is known for its sushi, the menu varies between many types of authentic Japanese cuisine. Appetizers, soups, tempura, tataki, noodles, salads, desserts, fried rice, and teriyaki dishes, along with the entertainment of their Hibachi grill, represent the variety of a meal at Sapporo. They also offer monthly sushi classes and Make-Your-Own-Sushi on Monday and Tuesday nights.
  • Wick's Pizza Parlor & Pub

    975 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 458 1828
    Wick's is an independently-operated Louisville establishment serving appetizers, salads, pasta, sandwiches, desserts, and of course award-winning pizzas. Listen to a variety of live music gigs at Wick's, or watch the big game and take advantage of game-day discounts. Don't forget to check out their list of over 60 beers and 75 blended drinks for something to wash down that slice of cheesy goodness.
  • Porcini

    2730 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 894 8686
    Traditional cuisine from Northern Italy gets a gourmet twist at Porcini. The elegant atmosphere and outdoor seating create a memorable dining experience, while hearty courses will delight the true Italian food gourmand. A private room is available to rent for groups of 6 to 55, and special events take place at the restaurant throughout the year.
  • Buck's in the Mayflower

    425 West Ormsby Avenue Louisville, KY 40203 United States - Phone: +1 502 637 5284
    Located in the historic Mayflower apartment complex (once host to President Harry Truman), Buck's Restaurant and Bar encapsulates the gilt majesty of Old Louisville. Guests will find a menu of fine-dining entrees like Duck Hoisin or Bourbon Pecan Chicken, along with inspired appetizers, salads, and an international wine list. Luxurious furnishings and fixtures transport diners to a time when meals were an occasion.
  • The White Oak Restaurant and Bar

    620 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 583 4177
    Located at the Artemisia Gallery, the White Oak Restaurant and Bar brings together choice art, music, and food in a winning blend to delight the eye, ear, and palate.  Come for a gourmet meal or just one of their signature martinis at the bar,.  The gallery also provides an excellent place to view a variety of fine art mediums by different artists. Patio dining takes advantage of pleasant weather, and a private room is available for parties and events.
  • Bistro 301

    301 West Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 8337
    The management of Bistro 301 have converted what was once a sports bar into a fine dining luxury worthy of a big date night. Contemporary twists on favorite pastas, salads, appetizers, burgers, sandwiches, meats, and desserts are completed by a massive international beer and wine list. Located near the Actors Theatre of Louisville, the bistro makes a great beginning to an entertaining night.
  • Caviar Japanese Restaurant

    416 West Muhammad Ali Boulevard Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 625 3090
    Located in the historic Walnut Street Theater in downtown Louisville, Caviar Japanese Restaurant is conveniently situated to afford guests a view of the city. The clean modern style of the dining room decor compliments the large and varied menu of appetizers, salads, soups, entrees, and sushi. A private room provides an ideal setting to accommodate parties or meetings. Caviar Japanese Restaurant is a non-smoking facility.
  • English Grill at the Brown Hotel

    335 West Broadway Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 583 1234
    This AAA four-diamond restaurant is located within the extravagant Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville. Guests can rest assured they are being served the finest quality ingredients prepared by world class chefs. Many of the meals, such as the Hot Brown (a gourmet open-faced roasted turkey, parmesan, bacon, and tomato sandwich), reflect local Louisville traditions. In fact, the Brown Hotel was the first to begin serving these Kentucky favorites. Diners have the choice of the restaurant's over 200 variety wine list. Please note that dress code is observed and reservations are required to dine here.
  • Oakroom (The)

    500 South 4th Avenue Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 807 3463
    Winner of a coveted AAA five-diamond award (among numerous other honors), the Seelbach Hilton's Oakroom provides its guests the same service F. Scott Fitzgerald and John F. Kennedy enjoyed during their visits. The menu draws its inspiration from all over the globe, combining foreign cuisines with local traditions. Check out the Sunday brunch buffet (complete with omelet station, live piano music, and free champagne after 1pm). Extensive wine and bourbon menus complete the meal.
  • Toast on Market

    736 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 569 4099
    There's nothing better than beginning the morning (or afternoon) with a proper stack of pancakes or a savory omelet, and Toast on Market satisfies that desire - with breakfast served all day (or at least until they close at 3pm). Toast has all the crucial items (pancakes, French toast, eggs, omelets), and some of the unexpected (lemon soufflé pancake, gingerbread pancake, beefcakes). Lunch extends the offerings with soups, salads, and sandwiches (including four types of grilled cheese). Add the benefit of their free wireless Internet, and the day is off to a great start.
  • Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant

    150 South 5th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 580 1350
    Brothers Agostino and Vincenzo Gabriele, of Palermo, Italy, were both respected in the culinary field long before they opened Vincenzo's Italian Restaurant. Vincenzo prepared the food for President Reagan's inauguration, was given the key to the city of Louisville, and honored with the city's "Distinguished Citizen Award," while Agostino has almost fifty years kitchen experience and a handful of his own culinary awards. Over the years, Vincenzo's has welcomed countless celebrities - from Billy Crystal to Sarah Ferguson, Duchess of York. The menu offers a wide selection of traditional Italian fare and an award-winning international wine list. Facilities may be rented for functions of up to 250, and catering is available.
  • Yaching's East West Cuisine

    105 South Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 585 4005
    Yaching's East West Cuisine blends Eastern and Western fare for an extraordinary fine-dining experience. The menu showcases plenty of traditional rice and noodle dishes along with entrees enhanced by Asian seasonings. Even the interior reflects Asian influences - with touches like red Chinese lanterns floating in the dining room. Yaching's is available to host parties or other functions for up to 72 people. They also provide catering for any type of event.
  • La Bamba

    1237 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 451 1418
    La Bamba is renowned in Louisville for serving "burritos bigger than your head" and while they don't literally reach these proportions, they come awfully close. One burrito could feed two or three people. The exterior of La Bamba resembles a revamped fast food joint, but diners say that even though the food is served fast, it doesn't taste like fast food. The food is authentically Mexican and La Bamba is open late, so it's a popular place for bar hoppers to check out after last call.
  • Bearno's Pizza

    1318 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: + 1 502 456 4556
    This classic Sicilian pizzeria brings you all your Italian favorites, from pizza to lasagna, with some interesting new dishes to try like BBQ chicken pizza. Bearno's also serves a variety of salads, sandwiches, and appetizers for kids and adults alike, such as their "cheese stix." They often post coupons on their website, so be sure to look for them before you make a trip to one of their Louisville locations.
  • Cafe 360

    1586 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: + 1 502 473 8694
    This all night diner is appropriately popular among late night crowds, including those getting off the third shift and those leaving after last call. It is noted more for its ambiance (Indian decor, hookahs) than for its food (a mix of classic American and Indian cuisine) but there are several tasty dishes to be had, especially the samosas. The decor walks a fine line between kitschy and decrepit and the servers walk a fine line between aloof and rude. But any way you slice it, there is something here for everyone.
  • Za's Pizza

    1573 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: + 1 502 454 4544
    The ambiance inside Za's is more New England than Old South, with it's dark, rich wood and cold stone floor. This makes it less suited to daytime dining (unless you sit outside) than happy hour beer and pizza, the former of which is dirt cheap with several varieties offered. Za's offers the usual Italian fare-pizza, calzone, subs, and salads-and also offers a great selection of toppings. There is live music here sometimes, and on those nights, the bar stays open later.
  • Cunningham's

    630 South Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: + 1 502 587 0526
    Cunningham's, which lost its home in 2001 due to a fire that destroyed the 131 year old building, has been recreated in its new home three blocks away. Meals here tend to be on the cheap side and the waiting crowds testify both to the quality of the food and the service. Servers here, especially those that have been there a long time, are known for calling their customers sweet names and remembering detailed orders without writing them down. The old Cunningham's was just as popular for its dark, historical ambiance as it was for its food, and much of that ambiance has survived its reincarnation to the new location.
  • Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge

    446 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 568 9009
    In the heart of downtown Louisville is an entertainment complex known as Fourth Street Live. In the heart of Fourth Street Live is a dining-and-drinking hot spot like none other, known as the Maker's Mark Bourbon House & Lounge. Seating is comfy, decor is sleek, and the bar is long. Pull up a stool and order a Manhattan as good as any you'll find in the Midwest, or grab a table and drink your bourbon-based cocktail alongside a hearty American meal. As the evening progresses, the music gets louder and the atmosphere gets warmer. See website for event announcements and more.
  • Cumberland Brews

    1576 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 458 8727
    On one of the most bustling blocks of the always-bustling Bardstown Road corridor, Cumberland Brews serves up tall pours of craft-brewed beer and healthy helpings of Southern-fried comfort food. Brews range from traditional English-style classics to decidedly experimental stuff like a pale ale spiced up with a hit of Yerba Mate. To eat, fried fish sandwiches and cheeseburgers go great with a side of fried green tomatoes. Enjoyment of all of the above is amplified by the fast-paced street scene out front viewable through big picture windows (or through your own two eyes if you grab a table out on the sidewalk).
  • Spinelli's Pizzeria

    614 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 568 5665
    For a taste of Philadelphia in Louisville, Spinelli's is the place. They make big glorious pizza pies, they make big glorious hoagies, they're open late, and they deliver. And if you choose to eat there, they've got a Burt Reynolds mural on the wall. That's reason enough to visit right there, so it only helps that the atmosphere is warm, the food is hot, and the beer is cold. See website for complete menu and ordering details.
  • O'Shea's Irish Pub

    956 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 589 7373
    Of the numerous Irish Pubs along a certain block on Louisville's Baxter Avenue, O'Shea's is the godfather. It was the first to set up shop and remains among the liveliest. Revelers from all over town gather here on many a night for an atmosphere that includes live music and dancing, and a bar and kitchen serving up hot food and cold drinks. See website for live music schedule, menu, beer list and more.
  • Flanagan's Ale House

    934 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 585 3700
    After a long afternoon of shopping on Bardstown Road and hiking through Cherokee Park, a pleasant place for a refreshment is Flanagan's. Less a party spot than neighboring O'Shea's, Flanagan's offers an commanding selection of beers -- both imported and craft brewed. The kitchen is no slouch either, keeping up with the beer selection with a menu of better-than-average pub grub, some traditionally Irish, some not so much. Note that barkeeps here are spirited ambassadors for their city, so if you require tips on where to go and what to see, ask away.
  • North End Cafe

    1722 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 896 8770
    Once upon a time, Americans ate exclusively food that was seasonal and local, for there were no interstate trucking to ferry tomatoes around in the dead of winter. Therefore, traditional American home cooking was just naturally health conscious and sustainable. Somewhere along the way, however, "home cooking" came to mean processed this and high-fructose that -- and canned everything. North End Cafe signals a return to the old days. Hearty comfort food (from biscuits and gravy to scallops and grits), prepared with an eye toward healthfulness and environmental responsibility. The place definitely has at least one foot in the present, with its full bar and lounge and a number of international influences on the menu.
  • Irish Rover

    2319 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 899 3544
    Many locals agree that of the numerous traditional Irish pubs in Louisville, the one most worth a visit is the Irish Rover. Like every Irish pub, it's got traditional food and lots of Guinness, but here they go the extra mile. The recipes are extra traditional. The Guinness is poured just right. And thanks to all of that, locals pack the place, creating a true feeling of community on any given night. See website for menu, sister location and more.
  • Cahoots

    1047 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 454 6687
    A popular bar among the locals, Cahoots is a typical dive bar: dark inside, smokers outside, drinks cheap, food decent. On weekends, especially, the bar is packed with folks, local or visiting, who want to drink and enjoy good company till the early hours of the morning. The bar is also knows for the interesting line-up of musicians it hosts. Do checkout Cahoots if you want to experience warm service, good drinks, and a very good time. Call for more details.
  • Bard's Town (The)

    1801 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 749 5275
    Located across Bardstown Road, the Bard's Town is a local restaurant that is popular amongst one and all. What sets it apart from the rest is the fact that it serves artisan food and even the names of the dishes are symbolic, savor the Julius Ceasar Salad or simply order Mushroom of Venice. Right from the dishes to the events held here, everything is in sync with the theater theme of the restaurant. Happy hours, live music concerts and similar events are a regular feature at the Bard's Town. That’s not it, there is another surprise awaiting you on the second floor, the Bard's Town Theatre of the restaurant. This theater showcases works of new play-writers and stages innovative plays. Truly, Bard's Town offers a great mix of entertainment and tasty food.
  • Sol Aztecas Grill & Cantina - Bardstown Road

    2427 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 459 7776
    Sol Aztecas Grill & Cantina - Bardstown Road is located in the center of Louisville and stays true to its Mexican roots. Inspired by Mexican cooking and techniques, the menu showcases a variety of dishes from across Mexico such as the delicious Enchilada Verdes, Fajita Burrito Grande, Seafood Fajitas, Huevos Con Chorizo, and many more delicious fares. Diners have a lot of options from seafood to vegetarian delights, to meat and poultry specialties, or just choose from the la carte menu. If you are someone who loves their desserts, you do have have some nice options like Flan (Mexican custard), Xango (a rich creamy cheesecake in a flaky pastry tortilla, topped with whipped cream and cherry) etc here. Keeping up with the Mexican tradition, they have a bar stocked with a lot of margaritas, daiquiris and Mexican and American beers. You can enjoy the delightful food with live entertainment at an affordable price. Sol Aztecas is a fabulous place to be with your family and friends with its warm hospitality and great food.
  • Varanese

    2106 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 899 9904(Reservations)
    Varenese is a chic and modern restaurant and is known for their New American and Mediterranean cuisines. The restaurant is passionate about the concept of farms to table and you will find only the freshest local ingredients used in the food. Their four seasons patio is a beautiful extension of the building and has a breathtaking 20-foot slate water wall. It is enclosed by winding glass doors which can be retracted to give you a great outdoor dining experience. You will just relish their signature dishes like stuffed crab avocado, curried lamb and lentil soup, a flat-iron steak with mushroom and Parmesan risotto, and the bourbon barrel-smoked pork chop. Chef’s specials are really amazing, and there three or four each evening. Their yummylicious Tres leches cake and the toffee-marshmallow bread pudding with salted caramel ice cream makes choosing a tussle. Veranese has a good list of wine and special cocktail lists to go with the menu. You will surely be pampered by their great customer service, food, live entertainment, and making it into an amazing dining experience.
  • Equus and Jack's Lounge

    122 Sears Avenue Louisville, KY 40207 United States - Phone: +1 502 897 9721
    Equus & Jack's Lounge is a place where you can just relax, get comfy in the deep leather sofas and chairs, and love the tête-à-tête with each other. They have an eclectic mix of cocktails, beers and wines which will surely dazzle you. The menu is customized for casual dining and specializes in the New American cuisine from dainty bar bites such as fried calamari to an appetizing beef filet. You will simply love their signature dishes such as the creamy, spicy mushroom fumé, nachos, bourbon-laced shrimp Jenkins, and fried chicken with mashed potatoes and kale. The menu changes often as they only use fresh, seasonal produce. Equus & Jack is a fun place to be in with good gourmet bar food.
  • Simply Thai - St. Matthews

    323 Wallace Avenue Louisville, KY 40207 United States - Phone: +1 502 899 9670
    Simply Thai is an inexpensive, gem of a restaurant in Louisville. Being a local favorite, you will always find it bustling with patrons who just adore their food. The restaurant in St. Matthews offers great, flavorsome Thai food. They use only the freshest and finest ingredients in their food which takes their dishes to a higher level of deliciousness.
  • Shalimar Indian Restaurant

    1850 South Hurstbourne Parkway Louisville, KY 40220 United States - Phone: +1 502 493 8899
    Shalimar Indian Restaurant is a family owned restaurant for the past 20 years in Louisville. The restaurant specializes on traditional North Indian cuisine and Tandoori dishes. It has a cozy and calm atmosphere and allures diners to bask in the Indian hospitality and heritage. The food is decadent and tasty, and infuses a lot of warmth and love from its maker. They do cater to various events and offer a private dining room at their restaurant. Alternatively you can enjoy their buffets if you don't want to order from the menu.
  • Hiko-A-mon

    1115 Herr Lane Louisville, KY 40222 United States - Phone: +1 502 365 1651
    Hiko-A-mon is chef Hiko's brainchild offering a combined Japanese and French dining experience. The contemporary restaurant is a delight to the senses right from the artful decor, organic ingredients, aroma, taste to the entire experience of dining here. The menu is inspired by the signature dishes in traditional restaurants in Kyoto, Japan from where the chef is. Hiko-A-mon is traditional yet modern to its approach in food. It also has a well stocked bar offering good wines and an extensive sake and soju list. Hiko is known for its sushi bar and delicious seafood. Private dining room as available as well. You will enjoy the great service and lovely food in Hiko-A-mon.
  • Corbett's Fine Dining

    5050 Norton Healthcare Boulevard Louisville, KY 40241 United States - Phone: +1 502 327 5058
    Corbett's is housed in the historic Von Allmen mansion and is known for their New American cuisine and amazing wine list. The building is known for its exceptional architecture, elegant staircase, huge ceilings, and an all-brick and limestone cellar. This 150 year old grand old dame was recently restored to her full glory with award-winning patio & grounds. You can feel the love, labor and passion all around Corbett's. It is not only the building that allures you, the food is equally inviting with its culinary delights. Corbett's indulges you with the Chef's Tasting Room where you get to interact with him, distinct limestone Wineskellar, exquisite front porch dining, to name just a few. This Louisville gem is also known for their extensive collection of over 50 Kentucky Bourbons! You will truly have an extraordinary dining experience in Corbett's.
  • Mitchell's Fish Market - Louisville

    4031 Summit Plaza Louisville, KY 40241 United States - Phone: +1 502 412 1818
    Mitchell's Fish Market welcomes you to uncover their obsession with seafood where the fish is fresh off the boat. A seafood lovers paradise, Mitchell's offers you the freshest catch and serves the best available. They have an extensive menu influenced by the sea such as Cedar Roasted Atlantic Salmon, Shang Hai Sea Bass, Fresh Scallops and Garlic Shrimp. A great advocate of seafood conservation, Mitchell's is a delightful place for fresh fish at an affordable price.
  • Village Anchor Pub & Roost (The)

    11507 Park Road Anchorage, KY 40223 United States - Phone: +1 502 708 1850
    Village Anchor Pub & Roost is a bistro pub offering traditional local food with a twist. Settled in the remarkable town of Anchorage, KY, this enchanting restaurant with its lovely patios, one with a dainty garden touch with plants and wrought iron table and chairs, a covered terrace and a cozy dual sided stone fireplace has been delighting the locals for some time now. The farm to table approach in the menu gives a lovely flavor to its satisfying food such as the Blackened Fish Tacos, Cobb Rollers, Spicy Beef or Chicken Kabobs, Sweet Potato Fries with Marshmallow Creme, fried Bologna sandwich, cast iron scallops, banana pudding and much more deliciousness. Their bar known as the Sea Hag is a treasure house of 62 craft beer, boutique wine and 55 various bourbon selections. Though the prices are a bit high, it is well worth it for its fab food, drinks and beautiful ambience. Truly a local gem.
  • Eddie Merlot's

    455 South Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 3266
    Housed in the Starks Building, Eddie Merlot's is a restaurant fit for many occasions, be it a business dinner or a fun meal with the family. Serving succulent steaks and absolutely fresh seafood, it has something for everyone. Appetizers like the sesame calamari and barbecue shrimp are a great way to start a meal that could comprise bone-in filet, trio of medallions, beef bourguignon, New Orleans mixed grill and more. An excellent wine list further enhances the meal.
  • Harvest

    624 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 384 9090 / +1 502 384 9092
    Harvest is a Downtown Louisville restaurant that makes use of the freshest local produce to offer you lunch, dinner and brunch menus of mouthwatering American fare. It's not just the food that's 100 per cent local; the decor incorporates reclaimed materials from all over the city. As there is a focus on fresh ingredients, the menus change regularly, but if you're lucky enough to drop by at the right time, you could get to feast scrumptious preparations like the hugely popular buttermilk fried chicken with peppercorn gravy and bread pudding. Check the website for the varying bar hours.
  • Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse

    325 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 0102
    A classy restaurant with numerous beautifully decorated dining spaces, Jeff Ruby's Steakhouse is perfect for a good time with a group. This vibrant restaurant does not limit its menu to steaks, but also has seafood and sushi for you to enjoy. Starting off with crispy duck ravioli and herb grilled oysters, you can gorge on entrées like the signature bone-in filet mignon, steak Collinsworth, diver scallops, steak and lobster and more. An excellent wine list is also on offer.
  • Marketplace

    651 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 625 3001
    If you plan to catch a performance at the Louisville Palace, the Marketplace makes for a great pre-show stop. The cuisine on offer is Italian-inspired Southern fare, and there is even a lounge with great drinks and live jazz for your entertainment. The food is absolutely delicious, and dishes like garlic beef tenderloin, balsamic-marinated NY strip and roasted spaghetti and lamb bolognese will definitely leave you wanting more. The patio features a dessert counter where you can enjoy numerous sweet treats.
  • Café Lou Lou

    2216 Dundee Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 459 9566
    Located in the Highlands, an area populated with eateries of all kinds, Café Lou Lou manages to stand out because of its delicious Italian fare. Local produce is used to create some mouthwatering calzones, pizzas, pastas and sandwiches. The list of gourmet pizzas is long, and you can have anything from the smoked salmon to the all meat pie. If you're in the mood for pasta, black bean lasagna, pasta Jambalaya and saffron seafood rotini are good options. Delivery services are offered.
  • Seviche

    1538 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 473 8560
    A venture by renowned chef Anthony Lamas, whom you have probably seen on the Food Network, Seviche is the place to head to for delicious Latin fare. Making use of local ingredients, the chefs at this restaurant whip up some mouthwatering creations. The menus are constantly evolving, but no matter what else changes, you will always get to enjoy scrumptious ceviche, whether smoked salmon, wild caught shrimp or tuna. The bar features a long list of beers, wines and cocktails.
  • DiFabio's Casapela

    2311 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 891 0411
    Family-owned and managed, DiFabio's Casapela is a restaurant that welcomes other families looking to enjoy a delicious Italian meal. With some scrumptious pastas, seafood and meaty dishes, this eatery has something to suit every palate; even the little ones are sure to be happy with their own menu of treats. Tuna Florentine, garlic mayonnaise salmon, Fabio filet and chicken savory are just a few of the many dishes to feast on. There is also a wine list from which to pick.
  • 610 Magnolia

    610 West Magnolia Avenue Louisville, KY 40208 United States - Phone: +1 502 636 0783(Reservations)
    Inspired by its location in Old Louisville, 610 Magnolia serves quality traditional American food. Each dish has beautiful flavors complemented by creative presentation that keeps you craving for more. The preparations tell a story of the richness of agricultural lands that once belonged to the locality. Don't miss out on good cuisine and fine wine.
  • Garage Bar

    700 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 749 7100
    Housed in a former garage, The Garage Bar is one of the most popular hangout spots of the NuLu neighborhood of Louisville. The place is always thumping with excitement and the two crashed cars at the entrance surely cannot be missed. Try out their wood-fired oven pizza and wash it down with some craft beer. Other favorites include the Bloody Mary and the turkey wings. Also, there is free WiFi and a ping-pong table for a match with friends.
  • Nord's Bakery

    2118 South Preston Street Louisville, KY 40217 United States - Phone: +1 502 634 0931
    A local favorite, Nord's bakery serves pastries, donuts, cookies and cupcakes. The bakery also prepares wedding cakes, birthday cakes and makes customized cakes with great presentation and taste. Choose anything from the variety offered and get it at reasonable rates.
  • Indi's Fast Food Restaurant

    3820 West Market Street Louisville, KY 40212 United States - Phone: +1 502 778 5154
    Indi's Fast Food Restaurant is one of the best fast-food joints when you want to satisfy your hunger on-the-go. The place is simple and unpretentious but it serves delicious food at a fast pace and also has packed lunches for people in a hurry. Their fried chicken wings and nuggets are exceptionally tasty making it popular among the locals. Visit their website for more details.
  • Decca

    812 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 749 8128
    Interiors that are attractive and classy, dishes that are cleverly plated, fine quality food is what Decca has to offer its guests. From the sides to the main course, every dish has something delightful about it, be it part of the dish like flavors or the entire dish itself. Reserving your seats is advisable.
  • Blue Dog

    2868 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 899 9800
    Loaves of bread and other goodies baked in the traditional way using a wood-fired brick oven is what brings out the freshness of each item sold at Blue Dog. Red hogs that feature on their menu in tapas is their speciality. Don't forget to indulge in the desserts before leaving the cafe.
  • Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse

    401 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 515 0174
    Established in 2011, Against The Grain Brewery & Smokehouse is an ideal place to feast on freshly brewed beers and delicious food. Managed by a group of friends: Jerry, Adam, Sam and Andrew, this is the first traditional brewpub in the city. Against The Grain takes pride in brewing a vast variety of beers that are rich in flavor. Right from classic ales to special flavors like fruit, herbal, floral, citrus and more, are available here. Their menu features a delightful range of burgers, sandwiches, ribs and chicken that will complement your drink. Located on the grounds of Louisville Slugger Field, you can enjoy a drink and meal here before or after a game.
  • Silver Dollar (The)

    1761 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 259 9540
    Located on Frankfort Avenue, the Silver Dollar, is a bar, that serves a diversified range of whiskeys. Famous for their bourbon-based drinks, this bar also serves some lip-smacking southern cuisine. A well-lit decor, with medium-sized bar, is what will set you in the relaxed mood for a drink. The staff is friendly and attentive to your needs, while the crowd is what gives the place a hip ambiance. An unending list of bourbon, rye and scotch is available with comfort food dishes like fried dill pickles, barbecue pork, double cheese hamburger and fried oysters.
  • Mayan Cafe

    813 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 566 0651
    Mayan Cafe, as its name suggests, reflects the culinary heritage of the Mayan culture. Chef Bruce Ucán, with Mayan Indian roots himself, showcases a unique style of cooking backed by the ethos of sustainability. This downtown restaurant in the East Market Gallery District offers authentic dishes prepared with farm-to-fork, locaovore ingredients. Some of the specialties include Black Bean Stew Huevos Motuleños and Papadzules, as well as a number of gluten-free and vegetarian items.
  • Rye on Market

    900 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 749 6200
    Rye on Market, located in NuLu or East Market district, is all about sustainable dining. As advocates of the locavore culinary ethos, their team of chefs put together a menu created from seasonal and farm-fresh produce. Start of with their meat or cheese platter, or pair shucked raw oysters with signature cocktails like Bourbon-based Bite The Bulleit or gin-infused French Girls. On the main course are Squid Ink Fettuccine, Braised Red Wattle Pork and Atlantic Monkfish served with Roasted Candy-Stripe Beets, Caramelized Fennel and other sides.
  • Hammerheads

    921 Swan Street Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 365 1112
    The giant faux fish at the entrance of Hammerheads is hard to miss when driving down the Germantown neighborhood. This restaurant is popular among locals for its classic American cuisine and laidback vibe. On the menu are Chorizo Burger, Pork Belly Tacos, Beef Brisket Sandwich and hand-cut fries. Their specialties include Chicken & Waffle, Shrimp & Grits, Crispy Catfish and House Smoked Baby Back Ribs.
  • Rodes

    4938 Brownsboro Road Louisville, KY 40222 United States - Phone: +1 502 753 7633
    Founded in 1914, Rodes is recognized as a premier store in Louisville that offers quality clothing for men and women. This family owned and operated showroom showcases a remarkable collection of traditional garments, Italian designs, sportswear and other accessories. Whether you want to sport an elegant and mild look or a trendy and loud look, Rodes has all things right to match your attitude.
  • Merkley Kendrick

    138 Chenoweth Lane Louisville, KY 40207 United States - Phone: +1 502 895 6124
    Mainly a family business, Merkley Kendrick Jewelers have been in existence since 1832. The shop keys have been passed down from one generation to the other and so has the attitude towards business. A good place to drop by if you are looking to gift someone on almost any kind of occasion. The collection on offer is pretty decent as well and has its own share of fans. A good point to note is that this business is the third oldest jewelry store in the whole of the United States and still running!
  • Three Dog Bakery

    3929 Chenoweth Square Louisville, KY 40207 United States - Phone: +1 502 897 3364
    It's about time you gave your pooch a delectable treat for all the tail-wagging, affection and constant companionship they have been showering on you. Three Dog Bakery is a bakery for dogs. Aware of the fact that unhealthy eating can risk a dog's health, Three Dog Bakery specializes in healthy, wholesome and baked snacks that are easy on their tummy but heavy on satisfaction. Apart from this they also stock a creative range of bowls and leashes. However the most fun part is the remarkable little party room where your bundle of joy can frolic to his heart's content as well as dine at a table with individual bowls.
  • Glassworks

    815 West Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 992 3270
    The multi-dimensional Glassworks is a gallery, workshop, studio, gift shop, and event venue all in one. Come watch glassmakers transform globs of melted glass into exquisite pieces of art. Tours are offered every day but Sunday. Those eager to learn the trade themselves can take classes or drop in to the Walk-In Workshop. Glassworks also hosts birthday parties, and is available to rent for group functions (event planners even have the option of renting glass-making demonstrations during their function).
  • Hadley Pottery Company

    1570 Story Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 2171
    Isn't it a shame that some beautiful dishes never get used? Never intended for holding a scoop of mashed potatoes or slice of meatloaf, they sit for years atop a sideboard, gathering dust, or hang in little metal hooks specifically designed to support plates no one uses. The Hadley Pottery Company blurs the boundaries between aesthetic and practical with its renown pottery that can indeed be used for food and drinks. In 1940, artist Mary Alice Hadley began the stoneware line that soon developed into a worldwide pottery sensation. Today, her original designs are still used, and thanks to the process of "underglaze decoration," are highly durable.
  • International Mall

    737 South 8th Street Louisville, KY 40203 United States - Phone: +1 502 561 8871
    The Louisville International Mall brings many cultures under one roof. Enjoy the traditional cuisine of the global neighborhood. In addition to restaurants, the mall offers a market, clothing stores, office services, a barber shop and salon, and even banquet facilities.
  • Muth's Candies

    630 East Market Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 585 2952
    Muth's Candies' legacy of traditional candy-making has been passed down since its opening in 1921. Today they produce mouth-watering creations like chocolates, caramels, creams, dipped pretzels, chocolate jellies, turtles, bourbons, and Modjeskas (caramel and marshmallow), in addition to one-of-a-kind Louisville favorites like Kentucky Derby chocolate medallions and chocolate-bourbon horseshoe gift bags. Muth's is a great place to find unique and delicious gifts for any occasion.
  • Fourth Street Live

    420 West Liberty Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 7170
    Fourth Street Live is the soul of a revitalized downtown Louisville. Dozens of dining and entertainment outlets under one huge roof mean there is always a crowd. On select nights, the section of 4th Street right outside is barricaded, a stage is put in place, and any number of rollicking musical acts bring the funk. Whether it's music, eats, drinks or dancing you're after, it can be found here, withing walking distance of all the best hotels and all the finest attractions Louisville has to offer. See website for complete business listings and dress code information.
  • WHY Louisville

    1583 Bardstown Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 456 5400
    Discover a unique array of gifts and souvenirs at this cheerful shop located on the arterial Bardstown Road. Established in 2005, WHY Louisville offers a diverse choice of objects from funky clothing and accessories to art and books. There's a strong local focus to the store's collection, with local artists contributing a major part. There's also a screen-printing service on offer which lets you print a custom design of your choice on a t-shirt. The store's regularly changing collection means that there are newer delights and finds with each visit. Check website for more.
  • Goss Avenue Antiques & Interiors

    946 Goss Avenue Louisville, KY 40217 United States - Phone: +1 502 637 4878
    What was a huge textile manufacturing plant is now an antiques mall. Goss Avenue Antiques and Interiors can give your house an entirely new look and also a collection of good quality antique items. This is a venue where sellers and buyers of antiques would be interested to visit time and again.
  • Carmichael's Bookstore

    1295 Bardstown Raod Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 896 6950
    Carmicheal's is a book store that has seen that many years of business and is still going strong. The store has several literary journals, magazines, book written by local authors, autographed books, fiction, non-fiction and children's books. If you run out of books when at home, the store provides you with e-books that can be ordered from the website.
  • Nord's Bakery

    2118 South Preston Street Louisville, KY 40217 United States - Phone: +1 502 634 0931
    A local favorite, Nord's bakery serves pastries, donuts, cookies and cupcakes. The bakery also prepares wedding cakes, birthday cakes and makes customized cakes with great presentation and taste. Choose anything from the variety offered and get it at reasonable rates.
  • Antique Market at Distillery Commons (The)

    200 Distillery Commons Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 583 5510
    Collectors and lovers of antiques visit The Antique Market at Distillery Commons to buy well-preserved antiques, be it paintings, jewelry, furniture or other accessories. Friendly and knowledgeable staff make it easy for you to pick the right pieces. Those in search of furniture are sure to be pleased by the range on offer, which includes English, Asian and American pieces.
  • Canoe

    216 South Shelby Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 561 1234
    Feel the Central Asian touch in products sold at Canoe, a textile store that offers variety of Uzbek, Turkish, Egyptian work on rugs, suzanis and carpets made of different fabrics. The store also sells furnishings, tribal jewelry, pottery, metal items and other collectibles.
  • Guestroom Records

    1806 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 883 0478
    This 2013 addition to the Louisville music scene has been welcomed by all since the closing of the popular Ear X-tacy. Guestroom Records is a haven for all those who love music as they have an impressive collection. Featuring a vast genre of music which covers the old and the new, it is indeed a small treasure trove of musical gems. They also host concerts occasionally.
  • Angel's Rock Bar

    432B South Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 540 1461
    With live music every Thursday night, special deals for women (like free Friday night admission), and a full bar, Angel's Rock Bar is a trendy place to be seen on a weekend night. Extravagant touches, like a 130-foot bar, a 20-foot high video wall, and their aim of having the glitz of a nightclub with "none of the pretense," give Angel's Rock Bar a unique edge on the nightclub scene.
  • Hotel Nightclub

    410 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 540 1116
    Hotel Nightclub throbs until the wee hours with the beat of their international DJs. Inside, first-class accommodations, signature mixed drinks, gorgeous decor, and the dazzle of Louisville's bright young things, set Hotel Nightclub in a bracket of its own. Parties can enjoy an exclusive VIP lounge or even rent the entire club. This is one hotel where the party lasts past checkout.
  • Stevie Ray's Blues Bar

    230 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 582 9945
    Feeling blue? Stevie Ray's has the cure: signature margaritas, an enthusiastic clientele, and some of the top names in blues music playing every week. Go big on the dance floor and enjoy the tunes of a mixture of well-known and local talent. A small cover charge varies by night of the week, but Thursdays are bike nights - where bikers get in free. Some guests may wish to note that this bar is smoke-friendly.
  • Phoenix Hill Tavern (The)

    644 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 United States - Phone: +1 502 589 4957
    Grill and Bar featuring live music including rock and classic rock. Exciting, loud, and great live bands are the talk of the bar.
  • Petrus

    116 East Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 583 3772
    Petrus is the equivalent of a night-long party in Old Louisville as this club plays on until the wee hours making sure that everyone's having the time of their life. The DJ belts out hip hop through most of the night while the clientele consists mainly of 18 year olds so if this scene doesn't appeal too much, head someplace else. Call for details and timings.
  • Prime Lounge

    106 West Main Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 587 7463
    Prime Lounge is one of the hottest places to party in the city. The lounge is a contemporary place with decor by local artist, Maureen. The wood and white interiors go well with the art and although by day this place is great dining or lunch place, by night it takes on a completely different avatar. When the DJ hits his booth, the visual display coupled with the sound quality and music, the experience will blow your mind. The DJs here at Prime are all extremely good at what they do and are recognized locally or even nationally. It's a great place to celebrate your birthday or even a bachelorette, so do check their website for details about the kind of deal you can make. The venue is also host to a number of big music events like the official 50th Playboy Anniversary party or The John Sutton Band and more. Do visit their website for those and other details.
  • Louisville

    Louisville Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 584 2121(Tourist Information)
    Visit Louisville and experience a burst of cultural treasure as you go about hunting for artsy haunts. Studded with a passel of sport and art museums, art gallery, quaint stores, exhibits among other things. Nature lovers can commune with mother nature as they follow the nature trails or lounge around one of the city's 122 parks! Play a round of basketball, attend a music concert, take a tour on the Belle of Louisville or be there for a cultural event or festivity and let the city enchant you with its dynamic shades.
  • Church of the Annunciation

    120 Main Street Shelbyville, KY 40065 United States - Phone: +1 502 633 1547
    Church of the Annunciation is a charming red colored church which has been in existence since 1860. Built in the beautiful Gothic Revival style it is an evidence of the ancient time it belonged to. The pleasant and inviting atmosphere of the church makes it even more lovely. Services are regularly held even today and all other ceremonies are routinely conducted.
  • Kentucky International Convention Center

    221 Fourth Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 595 4381
    Size does matter and especially so at the Kentucky International Convention Center, that spreads across 300,000 square feet. The type of events held here vary from trade fairs to meetings and others. Besides a ball room that provides for an expanse of unending space there 52 meeting rooms covering the whole area and a conference theater besides other facilities . For your caffeine cravings there is a Star bucks on the premises and a lunch joint. Catering facilities are also available at the convention center. Call ahead for more details.
  • Saint Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church

    6710 Wolf Pen Branch Road Louisville, KY 40027 United States - Phone: +1 502 228 1176
    Saint Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church is an eclectic church in the city of Louisville that aims to create a positive energy of harmony, spirituality and faith in the community. The church also a has a youth ministry that carries out many choirs, holy readings for children and young adults. The community also has many activities throughout the year like hiking, rock climbing, game nights and so on. There are also musical programs where spiritual ballads and hymns are sung. You can also contribute in the social work and services of the church.
  • Ballard High School

    6000 Brownsboro Road Louisville, KY 40222 United States - Phone: +1 502 485 8206
    Established in 1968, Ballard High School is one of the most respected schools in Louisville. This senior high schools excels in academics, sports, arts and other extra-curricular activities. The school offers several academic programs, courses and a curriculum that is known for its premium standards. The school is also known to have a very good faculty. Ballard is known to produce toppers in SAT and CAT exams. The school has a well equipped art center for theater and performing arts along with having its own orchestra, choir and band. The school is also a champion in sports like basket ball, foot ball, tennis, baseball and has won many awards and accolades. The graduation rate of the school is a strong 98% and is counted amongst the five star schools of Kentucky.
  • Louisville Male High School

    4409 Preston Highway Louisville, KY 40213 United States - Phone: +1 502 485 8292

    The Louisville Male Traditional High School is an old school that started in the mid-nineteenth century and has come a long way since then. It is known for it's exceptional students-faculty ratio, and is now a co-educational school although it started as a boys-only school. It is a public secondary school and is well known for its academic results as well as the extra-curricular achievements. They have a graduate diploma in commonwealth studies and also excel in their foreign languages. They also have a number of clubs like an active art club, and are also associated with the YMCA. The students also have a very strong and active alumni. Do contact for details.

  • Bellarmine University

    2001 Newburg Road Louisville, KY 40205 United States - Phone: +1 502 272 8131
    With their motto being "Healthy mind, healthy soul", the Bellarmine University focuses on the overall round development of its students. The university offers courses in diverse genres conducted by a highly-qualified and knowledgeable staff. The university has a library and athletic facilities that make it perfect for students with varied interests. If you are interested in taking up a course here, or simply want to marvel at the grand architecture, Bellarmine University is the place to go. To know more about the courses offered here, check the website. 
  • St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church

    639 South Shelby Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 582 2827
    Built way back in 1853 and named after the erstwhile bishop Martin John Spalding, The St. Martin of Tours Catholic Church is easily one of the oldest in the area. As the years passed, the church got subsequent additions like the organ and the Stations of the Cross from Germany, the stained glass windows and the skeletal relics. Check the website for a list of upcoming events and mass schedules.
  • Lawrenceburg

    Lawrenceburg Lawrenceburg, KY 40342 United States - Phone: +1 502 839 5372(Tourist Information)
    Lawrenceburg is one of the tiniest cities in Kentucky which covers only 3.7 sq.miles. It traces its origins back to the 1780's when an immigrant from Germany called Jacob Kaufman settled here. Lawrenceburg was finally incorporated in 1820. As of now, it still continues to exude an old-world charm with its old houses, cafes and small streets. Festivals and holidays like Christmas and Remembrance Day are taken seriously here, and celebrated with great enthusiasm.
  • Jeffersontown

    Jeffersontown Jeffersontown, KY 40299 United States - Phone: +1 502 267 1674(Tourist Information)
    Formerly known as Brunerstown after being discovered by Abraham Bruner, the city was incorporated and named after Thomas Jefferson in 1797. One of the most popular tourist attractions is the Bluegrass Research & Industrial Park which sprawls across 600 acres. Well-equipped for tourism, the city is dotted with accommodation options and restaurants. One of the biggest events that draws close to 200,000 visitors annually is the Gaslight Festival that takes place over 9 days each September.
  • Panther Lane

    Panther Lane Elizabethtown, KY 42701 United States - Phone: +1 270 765 2175(Tourist Information) /+1 800 437 0092(Toll Free)
  • Oldham County Middle School

    4305 West Highway 146 Buckner, KY 40010 United States - Phone: +1 502 222 1451
  • Middletown Elementary School

    218 North Madisaon Avenue Middletown, KY 40223 United States
  • All About Kids Sports Center

    2531 Blankenbaker Parkway Jeffersontown, KY 40299 United States - Phone: +1 502 809 1386
  • Bandit Field

    4235 Curtis Avenue Louisville, KY 40213 United States
  • Beechmont Youth Sports

    5401 Southside Drive Louisville, KY 40214 United States - Phone: +1 502 366 5829
  • Highview Youth Sports

    6415 Outer Loop Louisville, KY 40228 United States
  • Louisville Metro

    Louisville Metro Louisville, KY 40202 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 5000 / +1 502 584 2121(Tourist Information) /+1 800 626 5646(Toll Free)
  • MidAmerica Sports Center

    1906 Watterson Trail Louisville, KY 40299 United States - Phone: +1 502 736 0800
  • Middletown United Methodist Church

    11902 Old Shelbyville Road Louisville, KY 40243 United States - Phone: +1 502 245 8839
  • Mayor Andrew Broaddus

    4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 United States
    The Mayor Andrew Broaddus is a lifesaving station in Louisville that was named in honor of Andrew Broaddus, a former mayor of the city. Rescue crews were posted at this station to protect visitors from the rapids of the Ohio River. Launched in 1929, it was one of the first three to be featured on western waters.
  • Bardstown

    Bardstown Bardstown, KY 40004 United States - Phone: +1 502 348 5947(Tourist Information) /+1 502 348 4877(Tourist Information) /+1 800 638 4877(Toll Free)
    The proud owner of the title, “The Most Beautiful Small Town in America,” Bardstown is located in Kentucky in the Southern part of the United States. A small religious Catholic town, with a population of approximately 11,700, there is so much for visitors to experience here. A beautiful mix of culture, history and modernity, Bardstown is home to the Old Kentucky Home, The Stephen Foster Story, vintage trains, Civil War museums, railroads and Bourbon. There is also a diverse range of stores and dining options within the town. Some event is always happening at Bardstown, so be sure to check the local festival calendar before you plan your trip to ensure you don’t miss out on some memorable fun and Southern hospitality.
  • Christ Episcopal Church

    206 West Poplar Street Elizabethtown, KY 42701 United States - Phone: +1 270 765 5606
    Established in 1850, Christ Episcopal Church is one of the oldest places of worship in Elizabethtown. The majestic church building, featuring Gothic Revival and Romanesque architectural influences, was constructed to house the growing congregation established in 1840. The church actively engages with the community through its ministries and events.
  • Crescent Hill Branch Library

    2762 Frankfort Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 United States - Phone: +1 502 574 1793
    The Crescent Hill Branch Library is located at Louisville, Kentucky, and was built with the money donated by Scottish-American businessman and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. It was constructed in 1908 and has a Beaux Arts architectural style. There was an addition done to the west side of the library in 1961, and the entire building went for renovations in 1988. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on March 10, 1981.
  • Saint James' Episcopal Church

    401 LaGrange Road Peewee Valley, KY 40056 United States - Phone: +1 502 241 8136
    Saint James' Episcopal Church is a historic place of worship belonging to the Episcopal Diocese of Kentucky. Located in Pewee Valley, this parish hosts weekly Holy Eucharist and services. It was built in 1869 and illustrates the Gothic Revival style of architecture replete with a towering belfry.
  • St. Aloysius Church

    212 Mount Mercy Drive Pewee Valley, KY 40056 United States - Phone: +1 502 241 8452
    The St. Aloysius Church is a beautiful historic church that serves the Peewee Valley region. Included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places, it continues its efforts of bringing the community together and conducting religious services for its parishioners. For more details, check website.
  • St. Dominic's Church

    303 West Main Street Springfield, KY 40069 United States - Phone: +1 859 336 3569
    The St. Dominic's Catholic Church is a Thompson Romanesque style church which was established in 1890. The congregation continues to function even today. Services are held routinely at the church. The church building was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989 owing to its beautiful architecture and design.
  • Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral

    310 West Stephen Foster Avenue Bardstown, KY 40004-0548 United States - Phone: +1 502 348 3126
    The Basilica of St. Joseph Proto-Cathedral is historic church located in Bardstown, Kentucky. Built in 1823, this Catholic parish was constructed by John Rogers using Greek Revival style influences. The church also features a number of paintings donated by notable personalities like King Louis-Philippe of France. This cathedral is also the first one to be built west of the Allegheny mountains. The site was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1974.
  • Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery

    Long Run Road Louisville, KY 40245 United States
    Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.

  • St. Rose Roman Catholic Church Complex

    Loretto Road Springfield, KY 40069 United States - Phone: +1 859 36 3121
    Located on the outskirts of Springfield, St. Rose is a historic Catholic religious complex. This priory is home to the Dominican order of saints. The credit for the establishment of the St. Rose Roman Catholic Church Complex go to priest Edward Dominic Fenwick, who later became the bishop of Cincinnati. It included the priory, church and a school. They were brick buildings that featured Tudor architecture.
  • Portland Historic District

    West Market Street Louisville, KY 40212 United States
    Northwest of downtown Louisville is sited the historically significant district of Portland. It is precisely located at the bend of the celebrated Ohio River, in close proximity under the Falls. The earlier period of its origin ensured the site to stands as one among the six major settlements near the Falls. The district is a fine sight for tourists and contains a range of historical sites. The Squire Earick House is touted to be the oldest wood frame structure in the whole of Louisville is particularly a great destination for visitors. The Montgomery Street School, River Walk, the Valley Station are some other prominent tourist attractions. 
  • St. Thomas Roman Catholic Church and Howard-Flaget House

    870 Saint Thomas Lane Bardstown, KY 40004 United States - Phone: +1 502 348 3717
    Established in 1812, Saint Thomas is the earliest Catholic church in the state and is regarded as 'The Cradle of Catholicism in Kentucky'. The church is a brick structure, nestled to the south of Bardstown. Featuring beautiful Greek Revival architecture, the church was designed by Maximilian Godefroy. A walkway at the entrance of the church, includes stone plaques that takes visitors through the history of the church.
  • Cooper Memorial United Methodist Church

    9901 Cooper Church Drive Louisville, KY 40229 United States - Phone: +1 502 969 4792
    Though its history dates back to the 1820s, this red bricked Gothic style sanctuary was built in 1860. The Cooper Memorial United Methodist Church was initially called the Bethesda Chapel in 1839 when the first building was constructed which later paved way to the present structure. Besides the regular Sunday fellowship and Sunday school, the church regularly hosts bible studies and community outreach programs.