Muhammad Ali Center

The Muhammad Ali Center is a must-visit hidden gem, dedicated to preserving and sharing the legacy of Louisville’s most famous son. This interactive museum lets you immerse yourself in the life journey of the legendary boxer and activist through state-of-the-art exhibits and multimedia presentations. See Ali’s boxing memorabilia, including his Olympic gold medal and gloves. Test your boxing skills against a virtual Ali. And learn about Ali’s humanitarian work and how his message of peace and justice still resonates today. Don’t miss seeing the breathtaking atrium with quotes and reflections in Ali’s own words. Address: 144 N 6th St, Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 584-9254

Big Four Bridge

Take a stroll across the iconic Big Four Bridge, a former railroad bridge converted into a pedestrian walkway connecting Louisville to neighboring Jeffersonville, Indiana. Enjoy stellar views of the city skyline and Ohio River from the bridge’s observation deck. At night, the bridge lights up with a mesmerizing LED light show. Walk or bike across the bridge to explore charming Jeffersonville, with restaurants, antique shops, an art gallery, and Falls of the Ohio State Park. The Big Four Bridge is a lovely spot for a leisurely riverside walk, family bike rides or just soaking in Louisville’s beautiful waterfront setting. Address: 401 River Rd, Louisville, KY 40202
Phone: (502) 584-2191

Cave Hill Cemetery

Far from your average cemetery, Cave Hill is a lush Victorian-era cemetery and arboretum with rolling hills, beautiful sculptures and noteworthy residents. Take a self-guided walking tour to see the graves of famous Louisville locals like Colonel Sanders of KFC fame and legendary boxer Muhammad Ali. Marvel at the one-of-a-kind artwork adorning family plots, like an angel statue missing its head and arms. Cave Hill is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is full of intriguing history and haunting beauty just waiting to be uncovered. Address: 701 Baxter Ave, Louisville, KY 40204
Phone: (502) 451-5630

Old Louisville

With the largest collection of Victorian homes in the U.S., Old Louisville is a treat for architecture aficionados. Take a stroll through this historic neighborhood to admire the ornate 19th century mansions, with intricate turrets, columns, stained glass and ironwork. The neighborhood boasts over 48 blocks of beautifully preserved homes in a variety of Victorian styles. Many homes are open for tours during the Old Louisville Holiday Home Tour. Don’t miss St. James Court, a cobblestone street that hosts the Victorian-themed St. James Court Art Show every October. Address: S 3rd St & W Oak St, Louisville, KY 40208

Louisville Mega Cavern

The Louisville Mega Cavern is a subterranean adventure land with underground zip lines, challenge bridges, tram tours and more. This 100-acre former limestone mine has been converted into an underground playground, concert venue and recreational center. Take a tram through 17 miles of caverns, go on a ropes course 60 feet below ground or zip line 1,100 feet through complete darkness. With year-round activities, Mega Cavern is fun for thrill-seekers and families alike. Discover a totally unique Louisville experience beneath the city’s streets. Address: 1841 Taylor Ave, Louisville, KY 40213
Phone: (877) 614-6342

Big Rock Mini Golf

Enjoy a round of mini golf with a unique twist at Big Rock Mini Golf. This dinosaur-themed course brings prehistoric fun to Louisville with 18 holes surrounded by hand-painted dinosaur replicas. Putt your ball past stegosauruses, triceratopses and the ferocious T-Rex. Finish off your game with a ride down the giant dino slide. Big Rock also has an arcade, snack bar and plenty of shaded seating. It’s a roaring good time for family fun. Don’t miss this hidden gem for a memorable mini golf experience. Address: 7710 Beulah Church Rd, Louisville, KY 40228
Phone: (502) 239-9653

Bernheim Arboretum

Escape to nature at Bernheim Arboretum, a sprawling 15,000-acre forest and botanical garden. Explore over 80 miles of hiking trails and walking paths winding through diverse wooded areas and gardens. See gorgeous collections of azaleas, magnolias and wildflowers in bloom. Check out art and architecture installations tucked into the forest. Have a family picnic or go on a guided Canopy Tree Top tour for panoramic forest views. With so much natural beauty and fun outdoor activities, Bernheim Arboretum is a hidden Louisville gem for nature lovers. Address: 2499 Clermont Rd, Clermont, KY 40110
Phone: (502) 955-8512

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