Things to do in Louisville, KY
Aloft Louisville Downtown is located in the heart of downtown, and minutes to the Ohio River, giving guests easy access to a variety of attractions. A number of these make up the Museum Row on Main, an easily walkable way to see 10 of Louisville's best sites.
- Belle of Louisville
- Big Four Bridge
- Frazier History Museum
- Kentucky Center for Performing Arts
- Louisville International Airport
- Louisville Slugger Field
- Louisville Zoo
- Muhammad Ali Center
- PARC Garage
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Explore some of the top things to do in Louisville:
- Churchill Downs
- KFC Yum! Center
- Nulu Neighborhood
- Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
- Kentucky Bourbon Trail
- Whiskey Row
We also invite you to explore some of our other favorite things to do in Louisville:
Muhammad Ali Center - This multicultural center pays homage to the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali, one of the greatest to ever step into the ring. Explore Ali's Six Core Principals through interactive exhibits, galleries, and film.
Louisville Zoo - Lions, tigers, and bears - oh my! The Louisville Zoo is home to over 1,500 animals, including endangered species like elephants and snow leopards. The zoo is open daily and offers tours, a splash park, and a number of rides.
Louisville Slugger Field - Home to the Louisville Bats Minor League Baseball team, you can catch baseball games April through September.
Belle of Louisville - The oldest steamboat still in operation in the country, the Belle was built in 1914 and is available for tours and cruises along the Ohio River.
Frazier History Museum - Take a step into the past as costumed historians walk you through exhibits covering a vast span of global history. Current exhibits include the Lewis & Clark Experience, Cowboys of the Wild West, and Industrialization.
Kentucky Center for Performing Arts - There is always something new to see at this major performing arts center, including concerts, Broadway shows, the Kentucky Opera, and Louisville Ballet.
Big Four Bridge - Get out in the fresh air, rent a bicycle, and head across the Ohio River into Jeffersonville, Indiana for a day. This bridge was originally built for railway use, but now is exclusively for cyclists and pedestrians.