436 Baxter Avenue Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 639 8371
Looking for a music venue in Louisville? The Brewery Thunderdome is a popular venue where you will come across the best music talent. It is a great place to enjoy rock, pop, punk and other genres. The spacious place comes alive with rock fans and musicians alike on show days. Come be a part of the rock scene at Thunderdome. Call ahead for hours and other details.
Clay Street & Franklin Street Louisville, KY 40202
Louisville Extreme Park is one of the foremost action sports facilities in the country. Pro athletes from around the world travel from far and wide to show off their skills at this expertly designed concrete mecca. While many skate parks feature a half pipe, this one features a full pipe! Other features include bowls, fun boxes, banks, ledges, rails, and a vert ramp.
Cherokee Road Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 584 2121(Tourist Information)
Situated at a prime location in Louisville, the John B. Castleman monument adorns the Cherokee Triangle. The monument is built to honor Castleman, who was a Confederate officer during the time of Civil War. The statue is made from bronze and stands 15 feet (4.57 meter) tall. The monument sees him riding on his favorite mare.
301 South Peterson Avenue Louisville, KY 40206 +1 502 895 7975
The monumental Peterson-Dumensil House is a finely structured house in the Crescent Hill vicinity of the city of Louisville in the U.S. State of Kentucky. The historical house was constructed from 1869 through 1870. It encompasses a massive land cover of 31 acres (130,000 square meters). The house magnificently exemplifies the Victorian-Italianate style of architecture. It stands listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
4th Street Louisville Riverwalk, Ohio River Louisville, KY 40202
The Mayor Andrew Broaddus is a lifesaving station in Louisville that was named in honor of Andrew Broaddus, a former mayor of the city. Rescue crews were posted at this station to protect visitors from the rapids of the Ohio River. Launched in 1929, it was one of the first three to be featured on western waters.
1127 Logan Street Louisville, KY 40204 +1 502 637 9639
The Keswick Democratic Club is a fairly popular cultural venue in Louisville that has been entertaining the people for quite some time now. The interiors have been refurbished, and are now more suitable to large scale events. Call for upcoming shows.
424 South 4th Street Louisville, KY 40202 +1 502 568 2202
This Hard Rock Cafe located in the Bluegrass State of Kentucky is located downtown featuring memorabilia from Muhammad Ali, Beatles, Elton John, Rod Stewart, and Madonna. Also features the one and only Aerosmith display outside of Hard Rock Cafe collection.
Muhammad Ali is without a doubt Louisville's favorite son. Thus,
the city center's centerpiece is a stunning multipurpose facility devoted to the boxing great in name, in image, and in purpose. Standing mightily at the base of the city's ...
Looming like an all American obelisk over downtown Louisville, the
Louisville Slugger Museum's signature giant size baseball bat is recognized the world over as the biggest, bestest piece of ash in existence. Inside the facility, visitors are treated to ...
Fourth Street Live is the soul of a revitalized downtown
Louisville. Dozens of dining and entertainment outlets under one huge roof mean there is always a crowd. On select nights, the section of 4th Street right outside is barricaded, ...