What to Do in Louisville
Whether you are a sports fan, history buff, or urban explorer, there are plenty of things to do throughout Louisville!
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
Celebrate the role of the Louisville Slugger in baseball's past, present and future.
Visit the home to America's greatest race, the Kentucky Derby, since 1875.
Explore an 85-acre municipal park adjacent to downtown Louisville and the Ohio River.
With shopping districts of all stripes located throughout Louisville and surrounding communities, it’s no wonder Louisville has become a shopping destination for much of the South and Midwest. Shopping in downtown Louisville is as varied as its dining scene. Find an authentic Louisville gift from the glass creations at Glassworks, the Kentucky-made crafts at the Kentucky Museum of Art and Craft or the state's oldest handmade pottery at the 200-year-old Stoneware.
Welcome to an entirely new, New Southern Cuisine experience. A city with more than 2,500 restaurants - including James Beard nominated options, Louisville is the Culinary Capital of Bourbon Country. Bon Appetit Magazine has called Louisville “One of the best foodie small towns in America”. And Food & Wine Magazine calls Louisville’s East Market Street “One of the 10 Best Foodie Streets in America.” After all, when you put so many award-winning chefs and restaurants so close to so many award-winning distilleries, something tasty is bound to happen. Click here for a list of restaurants that offer perks and discounts to CPI attendees.