Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this museum chronicles the history of the company's... Read more »
The Louisville Science Center strives to bring out the scientist in you via exhibits, programs and IMAX®... Read more »
Kentucky's largest art museum was instituted in 1927 and occupies, with later additions, a limestone, Greek... Read more »
A unique collection of arts and crafts handmade exclusively by Kentucky artists. The 12 annual exhibitions... Read more »
Climb onto a model horse and pretend to be a jockey in the starting gate; watch lifesized videos of what it's like to be in front of the riders.
- Type: Museums
- Neighborhood: Downtown
Considered a "mini-museum," this display pays tribute to the man behind the lip-smackin', finger-lickin'... Read more »
This museum presents a rare collection of artifacts related to both the educational history of the blind... Read more »
A fascinating glimpse at an American classic. The company's 114-year history parallels the history of... Read more »
Founded in 1884 for the purpose of collecting, preserving, and publishing historical material —... Read more »
Thomas Merton was a prolific 20th-century author and Trappist monk of the Cistercian Abbey of Gethsemane in... Read more »
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