- TripBuzz found 78 things to do with kids in or near Louisville, Kentucky, including 52 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Clarksville, Corydon, Jeffersonville and Shepherdsville.
- From Louisville Slugger Field to Bluegrass Indoor Karting, the Louisville area offers 55 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Theaters, Specialty Museums and Movie Theaters.
- One of the largest cities in Kentucky, Louisville is home to the University of Louisville. Offering a rich sports history, the city features museums dedicated to resident Muhammad Ali and the baseball bat, the Louisville Slugger (once manufactured in the town). Other attractions include a science center, opera house, horseracing tracks and an art museum.
The Lanier Mansion Museum is housed inside an estate that remains an exemplar of 19th century Greek revival architecture. Registered as a National Historic Landmark, the museum offers visitors a glimpse of pioneer life during the antebellum period.
A National Historic Landmark which is included in the National Register of Historic Places, the Madison Railroad Station Museum was constructed in 1894 and stands to this day as a historical museum, restored to its former form and functionality.
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Collecting and preserving historical artifacts since 2003, the Hardin County History Museum is full of interesting memorabilia that tells a story of the nation's past. Visit the Civil War exhibit, Abraham Lincoln family and friends section, and honor soldiers who fought in wars to protect our country.
Classic movies, live concerts, comedy shows and more are available for the viewing audience at the Historic State Theater. Originally opened as a movie house in 1942, the building closed for 20 years after showing its final film, E.T.
Jeremiah Sullivan House was built for the lawyer and politician Jeremiah Sullivan. It is an example of federal architecture. Its simplicity and verticality is striking. It is designated as a national historical landmark.