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1301 Kentucky Mills Dr, Louisville, KY, US, 40299-6308

  • Phone: (502) 267-8100
  • Fax: (502) 267-8951
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Attractions

»Bluegrass Indoor Karting

This state-of-the-art facility features 40 mph Sodi GT5 karts, a professionally designed 1,000 foot long track, and a computerized timing system.

2520 Ampere Drive
Louisville, Kentucky 40299

»E.P. Tom Sawyer State Park

Tom Sawyer Park is a mecca for indoor and outdoor rereation enthusiasts.

3000 Freys Hill Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40241

»Confederate Memorial in Pewee Valley

Pewee Valley Confederate Cemetery is a historic cemetery located at Pewee Valley, Kentucky. It is the site of the old Kentucky Confederate Home. It is the official state burial ground, and is the only cemetery for Confederate veterans. The monument is unique among Civil War monuments as they are built in zinc, whereas the others are made of marble or limestone. The cemetery got listed on the National Register of Historic Places on November 27, 1989.

Maple Avenue
Pewee Valley, KY 40056

»Zachary Taylor National Cemetery

Located in Jefferson County, Kentucky, in northeast Louisville, Zachary Taylor National Cemetery "was established in 1928 by an act of Congress initiated by the Taylor family to have the government take title to the family burial site where President Zachary Taylor was interred." Zachary Taylor National Cemetery is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

4701 Brownsboro Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40207

»Farmington Historic Plantation

Thomas Jefferson designed this archetypal Federal-style mansion on the sprawling estate of slaveholders John and Lucy Speed. It was built using slave labor sometime between 1815-16 on the site of a former hemp plantation. Abraham Lincoln spent three weeks on the plantation in 1841, while courting Mary Todd. The home still contains period furniture from the early 19th Century, a stone barn, blacksmith's shop and museum store. Seven days a week, the staff arranges tours for tourists visiting the grounds and the visitors' center also provides a comprehensive map that is a great guide to the 18-acre estate.

3033 Bardstown Road
Louisville, KY 40205

»Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery

Popularly known as the Lincoln Cabin Site, the Long Run Baptist Church and Cemetery is a historic site. This historic site consists of the demolished remains of the church. The beautiful grass grounds that is a cemetery is serene and gives one inner peace while a simple visit or mourning for a loved one.

Long Run Road
Louisville, KY 40245

»Whitehall House & Gardens

This aristocratic antebellum estate located in lower Crescent Hill faithfully displays the splendor in which many of its owners lived since its creation in 1855. The mansion was originally built in an Italianate manner, however when the property was transferred in 1909, the new owners reformed the house into a Greek Revival style. It continued to receive renovations over the years until it's final private owner bequeathed it to the Historic Homes Foundation in 1994. The tour includes a walk through the rooms as well as to the magnificently manicured gardens. These include the Arboretum, the Woodland Fern Garden, the Formal Florentine Garden and the Specimen Garden, respectively.

3110 Lexington Road
Louisville, KY 40206

»Whitehall

Whitehall, thought to have been built by John Marshall, began as a modest two-story brick house in the Italianate style. Guided tours of Whitehall House & Gardens are offered to the public Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m

3110 Lexington Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40206

»Locust Grove

This mansion from 1790 is older than the state of Kentucky itself (it entered the Union in 1792), and it stands as a symbol of American land usurpation against the backdrop of the Northwest Indian War. The 55-acre estate once belonged to William Croghan, slave-owner and businessman, then it passed hands frequently after he sold it in 1878. The Waters family bequeathed it to the Commonwealth as a state treasure in 1964. Today the estate staff conducts tours around the house as well as the property. They last anywhere from 45-minutes to an hour. 

561 Blankenbaker Lane
Louisville, KY 40207

»Uptown Art Uncorked

Uptown Art Uncorked makes art instruction accessible by appealing to small groups. Relax, bring your friends and create something you will be proud to showcase in your home. Wine and craft beer are available for purchase.

2458 Bardstown Road
Louisville, Kentucky 40205

»Cherokee Park

Though it's located within mere blocks of Kentucky's largest city, Cherokee Park remains a bastion of rugged tranquility. With miles of trails, a range of interesting topography, and room for every sport or outdoor activity, this park offers a look at the Kentucky backwoods without venturing too far. It contains a golf course and there are facilities for almost every type of outdoorsman. Whether you are an archer, basketball player, jogger, fisherman, grill master, mountain biker, birder, swimmer or plain ol' dog walker, it's perfect.

745 Cochran Hill Road
Louisville, KY 40206

»Frankfort Avenue

Frankfort Avenue is a thoroughfare that starts in the suburb of St. Matthews and ends at the conjunction with Brownsboro Road near the Ohio River. Along the way, visitors will find many hip restaurants, bookstores, boutiques, bakeries and much, much more. Most of the shops are locally owned and operated; in fact, there is nary a trace of a big-box store. The Avenue also traverses through the historic, charming neighborhoods of Crescent Hill and Clifton, which are treasures in themselves. 

Frankfort Avenue
Louisville, KY
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