The 10 Best Tourist Attractions in Louisville, Kentucky
1. Classic Biplane Tours
- 40 Reviews
2. Koi Gallery
- 10 Reviews
5. Louisville Downtown Partnership
- 3 Reviews
15. Trolley de 'Ville
- 97 Reviews
16. Fire Studio & Gallery
- 83 Reviews
Some of the most higly rated Tourist Attractions in Louisville are:
- Classic Biplane Tours (5/5)
- Koi Gallery (5/5)
- Bullitt Estate (5/5)
- Winter Woods Spectacular (5/5)
- Louisville Downtown Partnership (5/5)
- Louisville Knot (5/5)
- Osage Orange Explorer Trail (5/5)
- Oxmoor plantation (5/5)
- First Friday Hop (5/5)
- Historic Homes Foundation (5/5)
- Wesley Methodist Church (5/5)
- Kentucky Rushmore (5/5)
- Welcome to Kentucky Sign (5/5)
- Cardinal Hill Reservoir (5/5)
- Trolley de 'Ville (4.9/5)
- Fire Studio & Gallery (4.9/5)
- Wild Hyacinth Trail (4.9/5)
- Crescent Hill Reservoir (4.9/5)
- The Strand (4.9/5)
- Big Beech Trail (4.9/5)
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If your reading this it’s simple, just do it. The pictures say it all. Thank you for an amazing smooth flight. October 9th pm tour.
Koi Gallery is unique. Some of my favorite pieces of jewelry have been designed by Delanor. Always classy and wearable! She has sold several pieces of my artwork in her gallery as well. She has a variety of artisans work in her inventory. It is always interesting and energizing. I would recommend Koi Gallery for a one-of-a-kind upbeat experience!
Wonderful and informative tour. I went with our walking group and I think our guide was named Susan? She was so knowledgeable and entertaining. She made us feel right at home and had so many fun stories to share. “Winston Churchill sat here” and so did I! Would love to bring others back for this hometown jewel.
We went on Wednesday after Christmas at 6 pm (this is when they open). We felt like this year was an improvement over last year. They added christmas trees everywhere, as well as a huge light tunnel. Our son watched out the sunroof and loved it. We will definitely be returning next year!
I am visiting from out of town and was walking from my hotel trying to get to Cathedral of the Assumption and got a little lost. I saw one of your employees named JAY and asked him for directions..instead of just giving me directions or pointing the way he actually made sure I got there. We had a lovely conversation along the way. He was so kind and friendly. He is a wonderful example of dedicated and caring employee. You need more like him. I am hoping our paths cross again. He deserves so many KUDOS. Great man.
Awesome pieces of art. Worth the visit..
My kids love to walk this trail every time we go to the park! It is very short and ends where it began, so it's great for younger kids. There's a fun story area with benches and my kids like to take sit and take turns telling stories.
Toured the home and site on Sat 9Nov. Wonderful host/historian and tour as she walked me through about years of family history in this location. Extremely well done and detailed.
Bardstown in Louisville is one really neat stretch of road with all sorts of shops, pubs, restaurants, and an excellent piece of public art. Quintessential Kentuckians include Muhammad Ali, Honest Abe, Colonel Sanders and Secretariat. All that's missing is a bottle of bourbon.
Nicely visible and good photo opp.
I'll call it a 4.1 or 4.2, rounded up to 5. Doubling back on routes was a bit peculiar, as I feel like seeing the same roads/sights could be avoided with an amended route. One, big circle with different roads or streets would be nice, rather than criss-crossing what we already saw. That being said, Adam was very helpful on the phone (needed parking suggestions) and extremely informational, warm, educational and entertaining during our tour. He's a true professional and clearly knows what he's doing - both with the tour and somehow navigating that trolley through some of those narrower streets. Hearing and seeing more about Louisville than I previously knew was cool. Stopping at Churchill Downs was a nice touch; never been there, so kind of cool to say I'd been there now. Don't be afraid to ask questions; Adam answered several for the folks on our tour. Parking suggestions: it's very hard to tell on Google maps, but the trolley is right across of the hotel entrance. A garage is on the hotel entrance side (opposite of the trolley). There is a ramp/road/street that goes DOWN (a hidden/sneaky underside parking area ($) is available down there on your left). Or, if you stay on that same street level that the trolley is on, just drive past it - like you're going towards the river - and there's a lot on your left at the end of that building.
Yesterday my fiancé and I had a wonderful experience at Fire glass blowing studio. We got to pick our colors and then watched as Mike created our glasses all the while explaining the process and answering any questions we had. Everyone at the shop was friendly and knowledgeable. I definitely recommend and hope to go back soon!
This is a fabulous hike. It's marked rugged but I would call it moderate. It's a bit confusing. There's a leg there's a straight shot perhaps the 1.5 MI marked on the sign. Then at the Louisville Loop, it connects to what might be another 1.5 MI that does circle around. There's sections on the circle that are confusing and branch off to areas of uncertain destination.
A hidden gem of the city. Beautiful place. We went there yesterday and it was a scenic drive through the historical driveway. Good way to spend an hour or half there with kids. You can go for a good walk around there along with taking beautiful pictures. Would totally recommend. Its a beautiful place with such a historical importance.
We had a nice relaxing afternoon on the water. Beautiful scenery with lots of wildlife to watch.
Great place to hike with your dog!