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From well-known stops like Churchill Downs, to where to find the best burger in town, we've got the inside track. Browse our insider tips to discover hidden gems and must-sees!

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Churchill Downs

 

 

Home of the Kentucky Derby, Churchill Downs officially opened in 1875. The Derby is the longest continually-running sporting event in America and is known as the most exciting two minutes in sports.

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Whisky Row

 

 

A revived entertainment district in the 100 block of W. Main and Washington St. Once used as offices and warehouses for the bourbon and tobacco industries it now holds some of the coolest bars and restaurants in town.

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Old Louisville

 

 

Old Louisville is a charming area known for its many restored Victorian mansions. The leafy streets are lined with restaurants from upscale farm-to-table foodie favorites to casual BBQ places and craft breweries.

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Big Four Bridge

 

 

A bicycle and pedestrian bridge that spans the Ohio River and connects Louisville to Jeffersonville, IN (a great place to explore as well). The two-mile trip journey offers breathtaking views of the river, city, and Waterfront Park. 

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Muhammad Ali Center

 

 

A visit to the Center is not just an experience, but a journey into the heart of a champion. The Center’s three levels of award-winning exhibits and galleries invite visitors to explore Muhammad Ali’s legendary life,

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Speed Art Museum

 

 

From concerts and exhibitions to gallery talks and film festivals, there’s never any shortage of activity at the Speed. It's also a great place to spend a contemplative afternoon exploring.

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