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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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Lifelong baseball fan, so this was on the bucket-list. The factory tour is relatively short, but very informative. Worth the entry fee for sure. If you’re a baseball fan, this is a must. Tour guide was very personable and did great. Customer service while buying...More
This exceeded both our expectations. The mechanics and history of the bat was very interesting. It was more then a lesson in baseball playing history. Love the military piece about some players and how the company supports the military. Overall I think Louisville, KY is...More
This was a highlight of our trip through Kentucky. Seeing the contrast of how they used to make bats vs. how they are done today was really neat. Best part was getting to see/hold different players throughout the history of baseball and seeing just how...More
This is a great tour even if you don’t like baseball. It is an interactive tour where you can see all of the history of baseball and all the greats who have graced the game. It is amazing to watch how fast and pristine a...More
We have been through the Slugger museum numerous times with guests, and it never disappoints. We love looking through the museum, watching the short film, and seeing how the bats are mad. Good for all ages!
We loved it! We went when kids got in free on New Year’s Day, which was a nice little savings. We immediately got into a tour. Our tour guide was funny and very informative. The tour was short enough to hold the interest of my...More