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Batter up! It takes a special place to craft the #1 Bat in Major League Baseball. At Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, experience history-in-the-making as you stroll through the actual factory where world-famous Louisville Slugger bats are...more
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I’m not a huge baseball fan, but still enjoyed the tour, as it’s moderately hands-on and very informative. Tour guide hands out mini baseball bats at the conclusion (plus one for the little guys/gals).
Growing up, I always thought the iconic Slugger must be produced in a massive factory. Not so! Right in the heart of the city, you can even see inside from the street. I was in manufacturing, so this was of particular interest to me, to...More
The $15 entry fee (for adults) is worth every penny, and you get half that back with a souvenir bat. We got the choice of the regular or Valentine's version. They take you through the factory with a lot of interesting information on the history...More
I grew up loving baseball, played it every chance I got. So visiting the Slugger Museum and Factory took me back to my childhood. It’s truly an amazing place. Our tour guide was awesome. He explained the history behind the Slugger, very interesting!! You would...More
As a baseball fan, this was a really cool tour to take!! You get to see people hand making bats and then you get to see a machine make them faster!!
Would recommend it to everyone heading to Louisville!!
Great museum visit for anyone, but especially the baseball fan. Very good experience . Tour the gift shop, the area where the bats are made and even have a baseball bat personalized for yourself, or to give as a unique gift for someone soecial.
Amazing tour through the factory. You are right on the floor with all the wood working equipment making the MLB bats right in front of you. It’s baseball history. Just make sure if you are flying home to put the souvenir bat in your checked...More