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Whitehall House & Gardens
Points of Interest & Landmarks, Gardens
The Louisville Quest
Scavenger Hunts, Historic Walking Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Louisville Water Tower Park
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Zachary Taylor National Cemetery
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Louisville Mega Cavern
#1 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Cool Air on a hot day, beautiful sights to behold, exciting and exhilarating zip lines, and feeling safe an secure due to the excellent guides (Jorden and Dustin) .
TREY and SAVANNAH were fun, informative and engaging with the entire group!! Thank you so much for inviting us into the darkness and guiding us to zipline through some amazing views and speeds!!
Conrad-Caldwell House Museum (Conrad's Castle)
#2 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
That it sits on the very site of the Louisville Southern expo, and Edison himself lit up the center, so many educational things to discover!
At Barb's advice, we continued our historic tour by walking around the neighborhood and stopped to view the pink house at the end of the block.
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The Louisville Quest
#3 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
great way to explore the historical sites of downtown Louisville, while having fun.
This was a fun way to get to know your team workers betters, as well as visit local sites you haven’t seen before.
Cave Hill Cemetery
#4 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
We were able to visit the graves of Kentucky legend Colonel Sanders, basketball player Derek Smith, Muhammad Ali, Louisville's honorary City Magician Harry Collins, and saw many other memorable grave sites during...
I visited the grave sites of KY greats, Kernel Harland Sanders (Wife Claudia) Kentucky Fried Chicken, military officer, George Rogers Clark, and Louisville ambassador and boxing champion, Cassius Clay or Muhammad...
The Big Four Bridge
#5 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
The lights and music on the bridge make it an enjoyable experience to stroll across and enjoy a birds-eye view of the Ohio River, and the shops and restaurants on the Indiana side make it well worth the walk!
It is an amazing walk on either side of the bridge, with gorgeous parks on both sides, great views on the entire walk, and an overall neat experience for any and all.
Churchill Downs
#6 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
It was very interesting tour, our tour guide Angie, she was very good, we got to see the horse training and where the horse barn is at the back site, also we got the chance walk on the stakes patio, it was a great...
... Row including the balcony area filled with all of the famous people on race day, and had a casual lunch in a private restaurant accessible only to owners and trainers with a perfect view of the track.
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Louisville Slugger Field
#7 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
This is a great place that has views of the Ohio river and is in the Nu Lu district of great shops and restaurants-the Park has its own micro brewery attached!!
Food, drinks, roving vendors, a giftshop and a nice view of the riverfront in the distance make the stadium a really pleasant night out.
Historic Locust Grove
#8 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
We stopped here because of the connection to the Lewis & Clark expedition (it's the only still-extant site west of the Appalachians where both Lewis & Clark stayed together) but it ended up giving us insight into...
I would highly encourage anyone to visit this priceless historical site.
Old Louisville
#9 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
A great place to walk and view spectacular Victorian architecture.
Downloaded a guided tour to help find the best interesting sites.
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Waverly Hills Sanatorium
#10 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
We were escorted through the gated area and I must say, the first view of the place is stunning.
There are several tours you can take through this historical site.
Fourth Street Live!
#11 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
My wife and I happened to be in Louisville on a Friday and we had seen most of the sites we wanted to see, so we headed over to Fourth Street Live in Louisville.
there is sooooo much to see and do! tons of sights and sounds!
Historic Frankfort Avenue
#12 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Louisville Water Tower Park
#13 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
It's an incredible sight inside this old pumping station plus there are gorgeous views of the Ohio River to boot.
This was one of the landmarks they told us about on our lunch and sight seeing cruise :) was very pretty!
Farmington Historic Home
#14 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Starting at the Visitor Center, we enjoyed a 17 minute presentation, including the sights and sounds of what it would have been like living on this hemp plantation of 550 acres with the Speed family and their slaves.
If you have an interest in history, Farmington is a wonderful site to visit.
Cathedral of the Assumption
#15 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Zachary Taylor National Cemetery
#16 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
As a history buff, one of my goals is to visit every presidential burial sites.
My wife and I visited as it is close to where we live and enjoy visiting presidential sites.
West Main Historic District
#17 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Great walking tour of historic sites and museums
If you have not walked down Main Street to get a good view of the Historic District you are really missing a wonderful opportunity.
Cardinal Stadium
#18 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
The new Addidas zone has excellent views and sight lines , but is topped with 2 crystal clear jumbo screens and pulsating acoustic system and electric ribbon boards .
The view of the field is excellent even from the second deck.
Whitehall House & Gardens
#19 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Thomas Edison Butchertown House
#20 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Riverside Farnsley-Moremen Landing
#21 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Central Park
#22 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Freedom Hall
#23 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Muhammad Ali Boyhood Home
#24 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
There is ample street parking in front of the site, the admission price is reasonable, the tour is as long as you want it to be and the film is wonderful.
I also took the opportunity whilst in the USA to view his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame as it is the only one that's not on the pavement but is affixed to a wall.
McAlpine Locks and Dam
#25 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
This is a very interesting site with lots of information signs to learn all the history.
Follow the directions on the Corps of Engineers Web site.
The Filson Historical Society
#26 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
The Filson just recently finished a total remodel of their facilities, and now they have an amazing set of auditoriums for conferences, and an expanded on site collections.
Heigold House Facade
#27 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Rodin's Thinker
#28 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Rodin's Thinker is a cool piece of art that is a must see when checking out the unique sights and sounds of The Derby City!
The Belvedere
#29 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville
Just a nice, quiet spot that provides a good view of both the immediate skyline of Louisville as well as the Ohio River without having to cross the highway.
Beautiful views, extremely educational, larger than life statues, and free for all to enjoy.
The Little Loomhouse
#30 of 49 Sights & Landmarks in Louisville