Louisville, KY is home to more than 120 parks covering approximately 15,000 acres. In addition to parks, the city offers golf courses, community centers, walking and biking trails, swimming pools, campgrounds, nature centers and more.
Louisville is known for several signature dishes, from the savory Hot Brown to the whitefish sandwich. Follow them up with a slice of Derby Pie®, wash it down with a Mint Julep, and a menu of favorites from this Ohio River city is complete.
The Kentucky Center for the Performing Arts is Louisville's premier venue for live performances. It is home to five resident performance companies and three theaters; in addition, the Kentucky Center manages the nearby historic Brown Theatre.
The Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory, located on "Museum Row" in the West Main District of downtown Louisville, KY showcases the history of the sport of the baseball and the Louisville Slugger baseball bat.