Beautiful Ashland Park offers some of the greatest views of the Downtown Louisville skyline. A great spot for a picnic with the family. Also features a playground, shelter, and bathrooms. A great spot for a picnic with the family. Also features a playground, shelter, and bathrooms.
Take exit 27 for US-60/Shelbyville Rd toward Middletown/Eastwood Turn right off the exit onto US-60 E/Shelbyville Rd Drive approximately 1.5 miles and enter the park on the right across from Valhalla Golf Course (by turning onto Beckley Creek Parkway)
Recognized in 1997 by Landscape Architecture Magazine as an award-winning park, Brown Park—being 28 acres in size—is designed for all ages. The park is located just a few blocks away from Arthur K. Draut Park, which allows visitors to leisurely walk between each, utilizing the public sidewalk system.
Cherokee Park's main feature is the 2.4-mile Scenic Loop, with separate lanes for vehicle traffic (one-way) and recreational users. One of the original parks designed by Frederick Law Olmsted, the park provides a pastoral setting amid rolling hills, open meadows and woodlands of the Beargrass Creek valley.
Louisville-area pet owners who would like to memorialize a pet and benefit The Arrow Fund can select a tree from the list at Louisville Tree Service. Louisville Tree Service will plant the selected tree in your yard or at Creasey Mahan Nature Preserve, which has partnered with Louisville Tree Service on this project.
E.P. Tom Sawyer is the ideal urban location with a park setting for any gathering. Teambuilding and recreation activities can be planned and several meeting space options are available. Located at 3000 Freys Hill Road, Louisville, KY 40241. Contact number 502-245-2296. Click to view our Meeting Facility page.
The East Market District, colloquially referred to as NuLu (a portmanteau of "New" and "Louisville"), is an unofficial district of Louisville, Kentucky, situated along Market Street between downtown to the west and the Highlands neighborhoods to the east.
Farmington is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit 19th century home and former hemp plantation. The historic home, completed in 1816, is located on 18 acres in the heart of Jefferson County. Farmington provides the community with a fun, family-friendly environment to learn about Louisville’s rich history and life on a 19th century farm through preservation, exhibitions and education.
Welcome to Flame Run, where creativity and teamwork fuel our passion for hot glass. Located in the heart of downtown Louisville, in the Museum Row District, Flame Run offers a one-of-a-kind interactive, artistic experience that brings you up-close to 2000 degree hot glass at the largest privately owned glassblowing studio in the midwest. At Flame Run, the focus is glass.
Welcome to Louisville Nature Center A truly unique community resource, the Louisville Nature Center offers wonderful opportunities for nature study and recreation–right in the heart of the city! The Louisville Nature Center provides nature education and encourage stewardship in an urban forest.
The Louisville Bats and the City of Louisville broke ground on Louisville Slugger Field back on November 13th. In front of a crowd estimated at about 1000, Mayor Jerry Abramson and Governor Paul Patton cut out the first home plate before they broke the ground with Bats President Gary Ulmer and other officials.
Trip Advisor’s #1 attraction in Louisville features the world’s only fully underground Zip Lines & Adventure Tour 10 stories underground, a Historic Tram Tour, a 320,000 square foot underground bike park, and the world’s only fully underground Holiday light show.
The Muhammad Ali Center is a multicultural center with an award-winning museum dedicated to the life and legacy of Muhammad Ali. The Center museum captures the inspiration derived from the story of Muhammad Ali’s incredible life and the Six Core Principles that fueled his journey.
Photo: The Rose Island storyline. // Mickie Winters The Devil’s Backbone is a high ridge, his vertebrae spiking up into a dreary sky, forested green and deciduous on this cool September day, just a few leaves predicting fall with their yellow, the Ohio River furling like a pale-green scarf down the hollow of his back.
The Belvedere is an elevated event space located on the riverfront between 4th and 6th streets in downtown Louisville. This is the only event space that we coordinate that is not actually within Waterfront Park. Venue features: Approximately 7 acres of multi-use park. Open lawn suitable for festivals or concerts.
The Highlands is an area in Louisville, Kentucky which contains a high density of nightclubs, eclectic businesses, and many upscale and fast food restaurants. It is centered along a three-mile stretch of Bardstown Road and Baxter Avenue (US 31E/US 150) and is so named because it sits atop a ridge between the middle and south forks of Beargrass Creek.
The mission of the Waterfront Botanical Gardens is to develop experiences that promote appreciation and understanding of plants for a more harmonious and sustainable world. Our vision is to create a botanical garden and conservatory of extraordinary beauty that engages, enlightens, and inspires people about plants and nature.