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Located at Gate 1 of Churchill Downs, this museum pays homage to the world's most famous horse-race -- the Kentucky Derby -- as well as the thoroughbred horses that run it. Your ...
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For the first time since 2009, Kentucky Kingdom in Louisville opens with 48 rides and attractions, including a new steel roller coaster. The new park operators will double the ...
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Delve yourself and your family into some of Louisville's richest history by spending a day at Locust Grove, a 55-acre farm established by William, George Rogers Clark's ...
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Located in a 100-acre former limestone quarry, Louisville Mega Cavern is a 17-mile manmade underground cavern that is now home to the world's only underground zip line. The new ...
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The largest hands-on science center in Kentucky, the Louisville Science Center is loaded with fun interactive exhibits (and even an IMAX theater). The World Within Us explores the ...
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This is where the official bats for Major League baseball have been crafted since 1884, so touring this museum and factory is like stepping back in time. A 120-foot-tall baseball ...
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The undisputed star of the Louisville Zoo is a furry local celebrity named Qannik (meaning "snowflake"), an orphaned polar bear cub found wandering alone on an oil field in ...
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