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How could we possibly fit everything Louisville has to offer your group in one itinerary? Very carefully.
Louisville Waterfront Park
This spot is one of the most popular public event/ green spaces in the city, plus one of the most popular riverside scenic spots. Sitting on the Ohio River, the Louisville Waterfront Park has several onsite attractions, eateries, and recreation options for your group. This is the perfect spot to start your trip and get acquainted with the city.
Belle of Louisville
Climb aboard the Belle of Louisville and enjoy a historic sightseeing tour along Ohio. This is the oldest Mississippi River-style Steamboat in operation in America, a great way for your group to get a good tidbit of history while having a lot of fun cruising the afternoon away.
Muhammad Ali Center
Learn about the legend himself at the Muhammad Ali Center, the award-winning museum and cultural center that dives deep into the life of this local, and world renown, legend. Explore 3 floors of exhibits surrounding Ali's 6 core principals and enjoy the journey through his life.
Frazier History Museum
If you have time this evening before it closes we'll try to get you to Frazier History Museum, the locally loved Louisville learning center where history comes to life and 'the world meets Kentucky'. Enjoy local history subjects and artifacts such as Geronimo's bow and Lewis and Clarks 7k mile journey.
Kentucky Science Center
Start your day at Kentucky's largest hands-on science center, and one of the best science centers in the nation, the highly popular Kentucky Science Center. All throughout this 3-level learning adventure-land, your group will encounter fun (and educational) interactive exhibits covering all things science, as well as have a chance to visit the onsite theater for a scientific cinematic adventure.
Take in the local scenery and enjoy some fresh Louisville air as you and your group hunker down for a picnic at Iroquois Park, one of the most scenic park spots in town. Surrounded by rugged forested hills and amazing views of the city, this spot certainly won't let you down with its views!
Kentucky Derby Museum
Of course, you can't come to Louisville without visiting the Kentucky Derby Museum, the extremely popular museum dedicated to the history and culture of American Thoroughbred horse racing. Whether you are here on a Derby Day or just here for a tour of the grounds, we guarantee you are going to learn something new and be highly entertained while doing so. There is nothing more essentially 'Louisville' than a day at the derby!
It goes without saying that you will also be spending some time at Churchill Downs, the home of the Kentucky Derby. Take your time, look around, enjoy the culture that is horse racing!
Louisville Mega Cavern
This morning you are going to start with a serious thrill at the Louisville Mega Cavern, the largest BUILDING in all of Kentucky, though truly it is a massive 100 acre underground recreation playground. Your group will not only be able to stand in awe of this massive underground world, but you will also have the choice of enjoying some extreme BMX biking or zip lining in what is considered to be the world's only fully underground zip line course.
Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory
One of the absolute best museums in the entire city, perhaps even the state, is hands down the Louisville Slugger Museum and Factory. Here your group can learn all about the city's integral role in the history and culture of baseball and sporting in America in general. Take a look around the museum for a comprehensive look at the making of the sluggers, then head to the factory to see how they are actually made yourself!
Louisville Slugger Field
Hopefully there will be a game during your visit and you can spend your evening enjoying America's favorite past time with your buddies, but if not you can still come to visit the field (during away games or off-season open hours) and enjoy a behind the scenes tour of the home of the Louisville Bats.
We think your final day/morning should be spent at a more relaxed, but still highly entertaining and educational stop, the Louisville Zoo. Enjoy a leisurely stroll around this 134-acre park and see any of the several award-winning animal exhibits such as Glacier Run, Islands, and Gorilla Forest. You can also opt in for a close-up animal encounter program with the trainers or even take a ride on the zoo tram and see all that the park has to offer.