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Top 7 Museums In Louisville

Posted on 14 February 2017 by Todd

Categories: Louisville

Topics: Museums

Kentucky Science Center

Louisville may not be the place a lot of people would recognize for museums, but the city has a wide selection of museum to visit. With all the selection of museums to go to, we have decided to rank the top 7 museums in Louisville for you to enjoy.

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  • 7. The Muhammad Ali Center @AliCenter -

    The Muhammad Ali Center is one that can provide you with a unique perspective on the career of a legend. However, you will also learn how the cultural impacts have been made on the world and how these have been changing over time to include more of the changes that you would expect to see in the future because of the expanding education and acceptance people learn through the center. 

  • 6. Kentucky Derby Museum @derbymuseum -

    The entire family is going to love this museum. They have 2 stories full of interactive, family friendly exhibits. Throw in the tours that are going to take you around the historic Churchill Downs raceway and you will have a museum stop that you are sure to remember. 

  • 5. Jim Beam American Outpost -

    This is a museum that is going to be for all the bourbon lovers out their. The guest are going to be guided through several hundred years worth of bourbon making history and shown some of the artifacts that helped to evolve this great bourbon into the world leader it is today. 

  • 4. Louisville Slugger Museum @sluggermuseum -

    Louisville Slugger is a name any baseball fan will recognize. What some people do not really know is the museum. The museum has some legendary pieces inside of it, but also in the museum is the factory tour so you can see the beautiful bats being made.

  • 3. Frazier History Museum @FrazierMuseum -

    This has to be one of the most famous museums in the world. The museum has artifacts that go back a thousand years. However, the Frazier also has demonstrations and costume attired workers to provide additional insight to what is going on in the displays. 

  • 2. Locust Grove @locustgrove -

    Locust Grove is a house that now serves as a museum. The location has a great feel to it, but also has a lot of the same restored historical look that it had in the 1790's. A great place to tour and have a great time exploring the grounds that are around the region.

  • 1. Kentucky Science Center @KYScience -

    The Kentucky Science Center has something for everyone to enjoy. The Center has exhibits meant for adults and children as well. These exhibits are very educational and makes it easy for you to get the education you want to have when you decide to visit a museum.

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