Created in the 19th century on the grounds of a former farm, this pastoral cemetery was designed to take advantage of the land's natural undulations and picturesque features. Today, it's a lovely, landscaped area with a serene ambience. Listed...  Read More

Home of the world-famous Kentucky Derby horse race, this track hosts gorgeous, well-trained thoroughbreds from the end of April to early July. The complex also features what's considered the world's largest equine museum, an interactive facility...  Read More

Louisville Riverfront and Riverwalk

Enjoy seven miles of scenic trails along the Ohio River from Fourth Street to Chickasaw Park. Beautiful landscape of water fountains, wooded forests and historic markers.

Louisville City Hall

This "French Renaissance" building was completed in 1873 and has a clock tower and sculptures of horses, pigs and cows on the façade.

Main Street Historical District

Beautiful cast iron detailing is one of the reasons this district is so impressive. Tourist attractions like the Louisville Slugger Museum and the Louisville Science Center can be found in the area, which is also home to the Fort Nelson site,...  Read More